Planning the Perfect Weekend

Karen EvansBlog, Lead Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better, Self Care Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR Schedule cleaning tasks and errands during the week so you can have the full weekend for fun. Every weekend, include 1) something social, 2) something physical, and 3) something spiritual into your schedule. Reflect and tweak your plan as needed. Engaging in self care and having a fun weekend benefits your students too! We Are Busy! This season is … Read More

3 Lessons I Learned After Starting a Business at 20

Sebastian SandersBlog, Connect Better, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Reflect Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR: Sebastian started his own business at 20 years old. This post shares what he has learned in the first 4 years. You are never too old or too young to do anything in this lifetime. Carve out your niche. Find your lane and find out what makes you different than your competition. Communication is powerful when building a resourceful … Read More

Should Teachers Have a Side Hustle?

Tim StephensonBlog, Connect Better, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Reflect Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR: This post evaluates and thoroughly examines the two sides of whether teachers should have a side hustle.  Two differing scenarios are mentioned, for and against having a side hustle. Five reasons why you should start a side hustle are shared.  This is an interesting thought to reflect on because there is no easy answer, nor is there one single … Read More

Using the 10/100/1,000 Exercise to Improve Your Time Management

Jeff GargasBlog, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Manage Better, Professional Development, Self Care Better, Teach Happier, Teacherpreneur Better, Video(s)

Jeff Gargas discusses how to use the “10/100/1,000” exercise to improve your time management.  [scroll down to keep reading] Time management has always been an issue with me. The line between what’s important and what is essential can oftentimes become so blurry. A few months ago, a friend of mine recommended the High Performance Planner by Brendon Burchard. This … Read More

6 Steps to Start Your Edupreneur Journey

Jeff GargasBlog, Innovate Better, Teacherpreneur Better

TL;DR: Using your strengths and skills as an educator to start an entrepreneurial journey. Finding your passion, planning, building a team, forgetting perfection, reflecting and adapting, and committing are 6 simple steps you can take to become an edupreneur. I’ve been saying it for quite a while now: educators make awesome entrepreneurs. You’re built for it. You’re passionate, driven, educated, … Read More