An Open Letter to the Exhausted Online Teacher

    An Open Letter to the Exhausted Online Teacher

    My Dear Friend,   When you read this letter, I will be in a different place. I’m not sure what it will look like and how I get there. You might be frustrated that I left you all by yourself when you’re stuck and overwhelmed, but I had no choice. I felt like both...

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    How to Use Creative Storytelling in Your Marketing

    How to Use Creative Storytelling in Your Marketing

    “Storytelling is more than simply an art – it is a crucial skill for life and commerce.” - Tim Lott   Which is easier for a child to comprehend?   "2 plus 2 equals 4 (repeat 10 times and memorize)." OR "I have 2 apples, then a friend brings me 2 more. How...

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    3 Things to Fix When Your Online Course Doesn’t Sell

    3 Things to Fix When Your Online Course Doesn’t Sell

    You’ve spent months working on your brand new online course. You’ve read marketing books. Watched webinars. You’re excited and filled with entrepreneurial fervor.   Now you publish your course so it’s visible to thousands of potential clients online, and you wait...

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    6 Sneaky Lies About Teaching Languages Online

    6 Sneaky Lies About Teaching Languages Online

    No distraction, fix, frivolity, or formula will provide what the balm of truth can. ~ Ruth Chou Simons   When I was in elementary school, I used to envy teachers’ kids. I felt like by virtue of living in the same household with a teacher, they were privileged to...

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    10 painful truths about teaching languages online

    10 painful truths about teaching languages online

    How would you like to get a book review that goes like this,   “It is hands-on, very clear and concise, and full of the information you don't want to hear. But it is exactly what you need to hear.”   This is one of the Amazon reviews of our book.   I...

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