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Teaching for Profit is the most valuable investment you will ever make in how you do business. Teaching for Profit is an online multi-course program which starts with your knowledge and expertise as a provider of a service and turns you into an industry leading instructor putting you into the top 1% of your field.

why teaching for profit is for you

Do you want a new way of doing business?

When you start Teaching for Profit, you no longer have to continuously service and support each and every customer you have one-on-one. Instead you’re now able to educate scores of clients simultaneously and grow their abilities so you can focus on bigger and better things.

Work with the highest quality clients

When you’re Teaching for Profit, you’re working with the top end of the market that wants to know “How.” When you educate the top end of your market, you’re no longer just providing the service, but you’re setting yourself up as the ongoing source of knowledge that your clients will keep coming back to.

Instant Authority, Recover Time and Massive Profits

As an instructor in your field you’re not just an expert—you’re an educator who does what few dare to do. Forget time for money! You’re Teaching for Profit. Imagine educating 10 or even 20 times the amount of clients in the time it would take to service a single client. When you’re Teaching for Profit, you’ll recover time and massively boost your bottom line.

who should teach for profit?

If you’re a provider of high value, high use skills that solve real world problems then Teaching for Profit is designed for you and your business.

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5 Factors that Determine ‘How fast you can teach.’

“This training should only take about 15 minutes to deliver. It’ll be quick and pretty simple so . . . I can’t imagine it taking too long.”

This comment is something that I’ve heard a few times recently and more times than I can count over the years. It’s the same phrase that creates a little smile on my face as I now realise another capital instructional offense is about to be committed.

But seeing it happen again and again, it makes me wonder a few things—why do we tend to rush training? More appropriately why do we think that we can teach people quickly? Why do we fail so badly?

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