Back in 2013, I awoke in the middle of the night to an unshakeable thought that I simply had to act on. A podcast dedicated to highlighting the entrepreneurial journeys of teachers from all over the world. I was super excited to make this happen and immediately grabbed my phone and emailed my graphic designer in the UK who got into action and produced the podcast graphics you see today.
While I had every intention of releasing the podcast in 2013, the timing wasn’t right and it went into hibernation waiting for the right time to make it happen, and make it amazing.
The time is now and I’m super excited to announce the long awaited ‘Teacherpreneur Podcast’ is now available online.
So what’s it all about?
Essentially each episode hosted by me, Jarrod Robinson, will dive deep into how Teachers from all over the world are leveraging their own skills, knowledge and abilities to generate an income online. So if you’re interested in developing passive income streams that work for you so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love, whether it’s traveling the world, having the funds for a family vacation or going big with a 7 figure business. We’ve got you covered.
I’ve never been more excited to dive into a new project and I cannot wait to share some amazing Teacherpreneurs with you all.
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In episode number one of The Teacherpreneur Podcast, we explore the background story behind how I was able to turn a humble teacher blog into a multi six figure business and beyond. We dive deep into my online business journey and how I’ve been lucky enough to have worked in over 30 countries, training thousands of teachers.
Finally, we shed light on the reasons why I believe teachers make exceptional candidates for online businesses and discuss the format of the upcoming episodes with inspiring teachers moving into entrepreneurship.