If you've always wondered about starting your own ESL business then you're in for a marvelous surprise.
Most ESL teachers don't realise their worth, but those who succeed are doing something very different.
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Dear ESL Teacher
If you’re like most ESL Teachers then you’re probably working many hours for a company who pays you by the hour but from one day to the next you don't know how many hours you'll work.
Working for a company is a good solution because you're students come to you through the companies marketing.
But there’s one huge, looming problem…
English teaching is becoming more and more competitive, big companies pay their teachers less and less and there just isn't the job security you'd like. It's frustrating, unpredictable and you just can't make a living in these circumstances.
You know what I’m talking, about right?
The problem is teaching is highly undervalued, you work countless hours for minimum wage, you're sick of getting good results for your students but feeling like you're burnt out and chasing your tail. You think you could start you're own business but you have no idea how or where you're going to find your students.
It’s enough to make you want to give up completely and do something different.
But hold up – it doesn’t have to be that way…
Instead of working for these ESL companies, feeling stuck wondering how on earth you're going to make a living teaching English, imagine if you were able to find the students you want to teach, teach them what you love teaching and earn what you're worth. Would that interest you? This is exactly what I do and I want to show you how I've done it and to believe it is possible.
Here Are 3 good reasons WHY My eBook is the
best way to help you be on the way to starting your own ESL business …
Reason 1: This is the fastest way to get clarity from someone who has already done it, faced challenges and knows what works
I'll help you understand how I went from changing my mindset of teaching general English and then onto teaching in a Niche, teaching the students I absolutely love teaching.
Reason 2: This is the easiest and simplest way to plan and step out your method to start your teaching business and use LinkedIn.
I did a lot of learning and soul searching before I started my business and I wished that I had someone to help me understand how to stay motivated and feel confident it was going to work.
Reason 3: The ebook will help you to answer lots of the questions I have from many other ESL teachers especially when it comes to sales and marketing
I'll explain all the courses I did, the questions I had, what I post on LinkedIn, what works for me, what doesn't work, how I approach sales a little differently and why it's worked for me and my quieter personality.
I'll also introduce you to some tools and templates that will help to make marketing easier.
You can see there are a whole lot of benefits to solving a problem in this certain way
You're ready to take action with your ESL business and stop being poorly paid.
You've worked as an ESL teacher before and you want to start niche teaching.
You've seen lots of courses and people talking about niche teaching but you're not sure where to start.
You want to work with another teacher who has been there, done all the courses and has started their own niche business and can share what has and hasn't worked.
You're not comfortable with sales and marketing and you're more of a quiet behind the scenes kind of teacher.
You want to show up as your sensitive, caring, teacher self without feeling like an uncomfortable pushy salesperson.
The ESL market is extremely competitive and with the boom of online teaching in 2020 you're wondering how you can stand out and market your business without being a pushy salesperson.
You'll find out :
How to figure out your niche and what to teach
How to set up your LinkedIn
The courses I did to help me including:
Helen Pritchard's free LinkedIn challenge
My biggest do's and don'ts
What to post on LinkedIn
How not to be a pushy salesperson
How to determine who your students are
How to show the world your amazing teacher self and to just be yourself
You believe education should be relevant, engaging and personalised for the students we teach and you want to make the difference you set out to achieve when you became a teacher.
You'll find out how I organise my time, my curriculum, and create resources and interact with my students. I'll also share all the online digital tools I use to make my teaching relevant and engaging for my students and how I get them to contribute to choosing the materials we use.
"I was told that I needed to simply change my mindset to become a salesperson and as a teacher, it didn't sit well with me. So I developed my own strategy that has helped me to be more comfortable with sales and marketing while still being true to my own personality. "
What's in the guide:
Understanding the differences between niche teaching and general English teaching based on my own experiences.
Learning the steps I have taken to be where I am to making by my teaching engaging, enjoyable, highly relevant and appreciated.
How you might find your own niche
Knowing what to teach
Setting up your LinkedIn account based on what I have learnt so far.
3 Practical worksheets to help you get started
Advice and introduction to tips and tools for websites, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook. You don't need to do it all but you do have access to the tools that will help you to get started.
You'll have a much better idea of whom you're teaching, the problems you solve and how to use Linkedin.
Inside the book, I also show you how you can make time with me if you feel like you need to nut out more of the details or pick my brains.
Listen to me speak more about the education style I'm so passionate about: