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- identify the money blocks that are holding you back
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023 Possible careers after teaching: Starting your own business
Many of us choose teaching as a profession because of our passion for educating others but sometimes because of various factors, some of us lose that passion and then don't know what to do.
I am delighted to have Claire Riley on the show and have a chat about teachers leaving teaching and the money aspect to that. She co-founded Classroom Secrets and hosts two fabulous podcasts, The Education Business Podcast and The Teachers’ Podcast. As an ex-teacher, a very busy woman and a mum, Claire has surely got a wealth of knowledge about so many areas and she's joined me in this episode to share some tips for those who are thinking of starting their own business.
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[02:09] Claire’s Background in Teaching
[06:24] Claire’s advice to those who are unhappy in teaching
[16:30] Idea behind Classroom Secrets
[23:32] Tips on building a network
[24:55] Leaving teaching and starting a business
If it's an idea that keeps coming back, then you have to find a way to make it possible.
This is such a lovely episode with another brilliant guest, Claire Riley of Classroom Secrets, host of The Education Business Podcast and The Teachers’ Podcast. Teaching is a secure yet challenging profession, but running your own business has its risks as well and I thank Claire for sharing her experiences to give us an idea on what you can do, especially if you are feeling unhappy in teaching.
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