After years of creating, marketing, and growing a platform on TPT, I have tried a lot of different methods and tools. I believe that there is one most important tool that you need as Teachers Pay Teachers seller: Canva.
As a new teacher, perusing the Teachers Pay Teachers website for lesson ideas, I thought the sellers surely had to have some special gifts or talents. A marketing background? A minor in graphic design? I had no idea how one would go about learning how to sell on Teachers Pay Teachers.
So, if you need a business book that doesn’t read like a business book, if you have no idea how you should manage your business’s finances, or you just want to make sure you continue to grow your side hustle, then I can’t recommend Mike Michalowicz’s Profit First enough.
If you’re like most teachers, you’re on a budget. And if you’re like me and many other educators, nothing beats a Teachers Pay Teachers sale! But are you maximizing your spending? This post will cover the must-dos before each sale in order to stretch your dollars as far as possible.
This book review is for teachers who want to become teacherpreneurs but just can’t get started. If that’s you, then go get Do It Scared by Ruth Soukup NOW.
But the transition from employee to entrepreneur has completely rewired my brain. Starting a business, even just a side hustle like Teachers Pay Teachers, requires overcoming a tremendous amount of fear, self-doubt, imposter syndrome, and just a lot of stumbling as you learn.