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How to Set Goals

Setting and achieving our goals is the backbone of our existence and evolution

Simple goal setting 

Simple goals mean attainable goals that can be done soon and in a realistic and concise manner, this also makes sure we minimize our chances of failure.

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Online teaching apps: must-haves and nice-to-haves

 

Congratulations!

You've had that ‘AHA!’ moment where you have realized your worth, and you feel ready to put your potential to the test. Starting your own ESL business can be quite daunting as there are literally thousands of software programs...

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Analogies that teach

                                                                   

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How to Make People Think You Are Poor | Why You Shouldn't Tell People That You Don't Have Time

One of the best ways to make the worst impression is to tell someone that you don't have time.

When you behave as if external factors control your behavior, instead of internal factors like your choices and decisions, then you tell people that you are not in control of...

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How to Write a Lesson Plan

 

Creating a well-rounded lesson has always been a challenge. For novice teachers, the question may be where to start whereas for more experienced teachers, it can be daunting when you’re constantly thinking about making your classes more engaging,...

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How to Advertise Teaching Services

When advertising teaching services most people only think about offense. They understand that they need to do direct outreach and paid ads, but they don't consider how they are going to protect their investment of time, energy, and money. 

Here's a list of some of...

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Teaching English Pronunciation Online

As online ESL teachers, we often find ourselves adapting to the needs of the students in order to create custom-made lesson plans.  I believe one of the most difficult types of lessons to create from scratch can be pronunciation lessons.

Not only would you have to...

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Hugh Dellar Interview | The Business of ELT Authorship | Teaching English Online as a Business

The English language teaching industry is full of specializations and niches that provide opportunities for teachers with different skillsets to push their career forward. Some teachers focus on teaching students from specific geographic locations, countries, or...

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Reading Exercises for Teaching Online English Lessons

When prepping for your online ESL teaching job, you probably find yourself overwhelmed by the plethora of information at your fingertips by simply searching “best articles for teaching English online.” Long gone are the days of relying on textbooks for...

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Finding Students | Defining Your English Teaching Niche and Target Audience

When starting to teach English online or getting started as an independent online teacher focusing on a particular area of knowledge or skillset is of the utmost importance. Most online teachers start out by selling anything and everything, which is a mistake, because it...

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