Starting an online tutoring business: 1. Find a niche: What are you good at? What do you enjoy teaching? What are you passionate about? Find a focus for your online tutoring business and build your brand around it. 2. Start small: Don’t try to do too much too soon. This episode will show you a new perspective. Want to start your own online tutoring business? Here’s how to get started.
“I just remember just being like, this is what I want. Like, I want to be able to work from home and be able to help kids. And if I were to tutor online, I could tutor kids from all over the world.”
Joanne B. Kaminski is an online tutor and coach who helps children from all over the world improve their reading skills. She is the author of How to Start an Online Tutoring Business making Four to Five Figures a Month.
This is Joanne B. Kaminski’s story…
I remember my fifth-grade teacher, Mr. Cohen. He was one of the teachers that really poured into me, and I am still a reader to this day. And so, I think that it’s so important to have some key people in our lives that kind of push us and challenge us. If we don’t have that, then we need to really take an honest look at our circle and say, who do we need to get to so that we can have what it is that we need? And so that’s why I’m so excited about this conversation that I am having with my guest today. My name is Joanne B. Kaminski, and I actually struggled with reading a lot as a child as well. I felt like I could read the words, but I was
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. The importance of having someone in your life who can push and challenge you
2. The difference between “good” and “mediocre” tutors
3. The possibility of making a full-time income from online tutoring
[00:00:03] – It’s important to have some key people in your life who push and challenge you. If we don’t have that, we need to take a look at our circle.
[00:01:15] – Joe and I are going to have a conversation about a core memory.
[00:01:41] – Joanne B. Kaminski struggled with reading as a child. She was always in the lowest reading group. In 6th grade, her mom read Anna Green Gables to her to help her understand what she was reading. Joan works with kids from all over the world who are struggling with reading.
[00:05:36] – There’s a fear that kids don’t want to ask for help in school. Now, there are assessments in most schools that can start to diagnose that there’s a problem. Some states, like California, will find out when a kid is in kindergarten if they could possibly have dyslexia.
[00:08:34] – Roxanne has been tutoring children all over the world for a long time. She has impacted over 200 tutors through YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and a podcast called Access. She wants to start a business where she can help children all around the world.
[00:16:11] – Joanne B. Kaminski is a guest on Alexander’s show today. Joanne B. Kaminski shares her tips on how to start an online tutoring business and how to get students. Alexander is grateful to Joanne B. Kaminski for being on the show. Alexander wants to know how the episode resonates with his listeners.
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