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To Charge or Not To Charge? Once upon a time, there lived a Chinese Emperor who dearly wanted a beautiful black lacquered box adorned with a graceful picture of a heron – a symbol for strength, purity, patience and long life. A local artist was found and the Emperor was told he could pick up […]

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Do You Know Your Resentment Number?

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The resentment number is unique, personal and differs from freelance teacher to freelance teacher. It has to remain a secret. Do you know yours?

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Protected: 10 Tips on How to negotiate prices (Part Two)

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What Ball-and-Chain Fetters Most Freelance Teachers?

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The chains that hold you (and many Freelance Teachers, too).
Freelance teachers do not earn well. The cause is invariably focused in the wrong place – on its symptoms — rather than focusing on the cause itself.

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Are You Being Too Much Of A Generalist In ELT?

Who do you turn to if your tooth is trying to make you lose your mind? If you should have a problem with your heart – you’d go to a heart specialist not a general practitioner, wouldn’t you? Aren’t you envious of parents with computer freaks for children when you can’t get your computer working […]

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