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Are you a teacher who has ever felt like you needed a little more? What if there was a way to improve both your teaching, your learning and your finances?
Generated another source on income: No problem.
Had you solving new problems on a daily basis: Yup!
Bring your students into line with what is needed in a modern, freelance workforce: Absolutely.
Contrary to what you might think there is a way to reach these goals.
Repeatable and flexible strategies. They aren’t complicated. However, in a world where teachers are over-worked and underpaid, they are hard to find.
My name is Vince Massara, and I want to share an idea with you; However, these ideas aren't for everybody.
I want to help you implement strategies that bring innovation and entrepreneurship into your life, and your classroom.
Step 1: The teacher spreads their entrepreneurial wings, learning how to run a business and solve a new set of problems.
Step 2: You naturally pass on these skills and ways of thinking to your students, giving them the skills needed for the new workforce.
I wanted to make changes to my lifestyle to be the best person, and the best teacher I could be. I began a journey of self-help books, training, and countless hours of further learning. Through that, I was able to create systems to facilitate change.
From there I began my career as an Edupreneur. Or, should I say that I fell into it. I always wanted a little than what the classroom offered. While I absolutely adore teaching, and my students, there is more than being solely a teacher. I studied marketing before my switch to education and had always had an interest in starting a business; it was only a matter of time until I began my private 'genius hour'.
What started off as a fashion label quickly turned into a bit of a craze, with features in GQ, The Herald Sun, Label Magazine, and more. From there, I turned my new found love of entrepreneurship into a freelancing marketing business and a podcast.
Then I noticed the gap in what I was learning as a part of the new business world and what we were teaching in schools. Now, passing on these skills for the freelance workforce to my students has had me fall back in love with teaching.
The results speak for themselves: I started a profitable business and gained a new lease on my teaching life. I am also happier inside and outside of the classroom.
The best part? This strategy and these results are achievable for anybody.
The method isn’t hard. It’s not complicated. However, it can be daunting to start.
That’s why I'm here.
I help educators like you get started in making their side-hustle deams a reality, and championing classroom innovation
The best place to start is to fill in the form below and download my 50-page e-book of the tools I use every day.