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Today's guest is Guy Cihi. Guy is the founder of Words and Monsters and Lexxica He started his career with Disney World of English. and While he was there, took the company from $50 million to $300 million in revenue. Guy has recently launched Words and Monsters a mobile phone game for English teaching and learning.…
 
Today's guest is Zsuzsanna Smith. Zsuzsanna and I talk about being an entrepreneur, the pitfalls and challenges that go with starting out on one's own, and how to bounce back and start over when things do go to plan. An Early Childhood Educator by trade, Zsuzsanna specializes in student-centric teaching skills and curriculum design. As a Teacher Tr…
 
Today's guest is Simon Moran. Simon is the owner of www.modernenglish.net, and has been a successful franchisor for nearly 20 years. I chat to Simon about his background and the option of being a franchisee for teachers who might want to start a school. Bio Simon grew up in Whitley Bay, Northumberland, in the north east of England. He left in 1992.…
 
In this podcast, I sit down with Christina Rebuffet. Christina talks about how she got started with making her own YouTube videos to now 6 years later having a staff of 8 people. Christina generously offers advice on how to get started, grow, position, and price courses that will sell. Bio Christina Rebuffet is the founder of Speak of English with …
 
Today's guest is Olly Richards. Olly and I talk about his background and how he got started in entrepreneurship. Olly also gives invaluable advice on how to scale, position, and market your company to ensure success. Bio Olly Richards is an entrepreneur, publisher and language specialist from the UK. He runs a website about language learning, which…
 
Today's guest is Dean Rogers. Dean and I discuss his journey from being a struggling entrepreneur in Japan to a successful CEO and author. Dean gives some valuable tips on how to get started, on marketing yourself and your company, and what he would do if he were to start over again. And much more.. Bio Dean R. Rogers is CEO of Dean Morgan K.K. whi…
 
Today's guest is Jenny Dooley. Jenny chats about her company, Express Publishing, and where and how she's found success in entrepreneurship, management, and leadership. Bio Jenny Dooley, President of Express Publishing, holds an M.Ed. from the University of Wales, Swansea. She has been a teacher, teacher trainer, and author in the ELT field for mor…
 
Today's guest is Rachel Paling. Rachel and I talk about her background, career, and journey into entrepreneurship. We touch on the important things to consider when starting on the path, how to deal with criticism, and some tips for choosing partners and collaborators. Bio Rachel Marie Paling is an International Game Changer in Education, in partic…
 
Today's guest is Ron Morrain. Ron and I chat about his background growing up in Texas, and the challenges he's had to overcome in starting and building his businesses. He also tells me about the advantage of having a business coach, and the mistakes he's learned from on his entrepreneurial journey. Bio Ron Morrain is an American (Houston, Texas), a…
 
Today's guest is Rob Howard. Rob chats about his background growing up in a family business and how this prepared him for a life in entrepreneurship. Rob also gives some valuable tips on marketing, teaching online, and where he sees opportunities in the world of ELT Bio Rob Howard, after a business career in the US, is online as an active EFL Teach…
 
Today's guest is Tyson Batino. Tyson talks about his journey from being a language-school teacher to co-owner of 11 English schools in Tokyo. Tyson talks about the challenges of scaling his business, finding cash, and the success he's had with implementing an LCC model. Bio Tyson started his adventure in Japan as an Eikaiwa teacher, transitioned to…
 
In today's episode, I talk to Rosie Mansfield from Premier TEFL about her entrepreneurial journey and how she took her TEFL training and recruitment company online in the Covid era, and how she manages her work with a busy home life and two daughters. Bio Rosie Mansfield has spent 15 years in the TEFL training industry. She began her career with i-…
 
Today's interview is with Kris Jagasia on building a thriving ESL software company, Off2Class. Kris discusses how he got started in entrepreneurship. How, along with his partners, he bootstrapped his enterprise and gained profitability. Kris gives some valuable insights about management, entrepreneurship, pivoting, and what's coming down the line i…
 
Today's guest is Ai Haori. Ai talks about founding 3 successful schools in Tokyo, the grit she needed to keep things on track and how she has stayed resilient through tough times. Ai gives some valuable tips on hiring and staff management as well. Bio Ai Haori is the Founder of SUNNY BUNNY Language Education Inc and 英語自在 English School. She has bee…
 
Today's guest is Miranda Crowhurst. She talks about her journey from starting a school in Bolivia to being ‘Entrepreneur in Residence’ at Twinkl. Bio Miranda Crowhurst has taught English in the UK, Tanzania and Bolivia. She co-founded Language Connection, a successful language institute, in 2016, and is now the ESL Segment Manager at Twinkl Educati…
 
Today's guest is Paul Sallaway of Babelteq.com. Paul talks about how to build landing pages, sales funnels, and email lists for your online business, In order to become successful online. www.babelteq.com Bio: Paul is an ESL Podcaster 🎙️ & Marketing Consultant. Now helping freelance ESL teachers to build profitable and sustainable businesses throug…
 
How to Hire and Retain Great Teachers with Peter Lackner In today's episode we talk to Peter Lackner of JobsinJapan about how to hire and retain Great teachers. We also discuss his journey as an entrepreneur, starting a company in Japan and how the English teaching market has changed in Japan, and the opportunities for entrepreneurs. Profile Peter …
 
Today's guest is Rachael Roberts. I talk to Rachael about why entrepreneur self care is important and how to use coaching for success. We cover a lot of ground in the Podcast: imposter syndrome, scheduling, prioritising, stress, motivating employees, and much more.. Bio She coachs ELT professionals who: • find it hard to set boundaries and to say n…
 
Tim Thompson has been working in the ELT industry in Korea for twenty years. He has taught at three universities and works with publishers, government ministries and research centers, major corporations, and educational training centers to provide academic and professional skills training, teacher training, interview and language assessment service…
 
How to Successfully Launch and Run English Schools in Japan with Ian Simpson In this episode, Ian Simpson tells us how to successfully launch and run English schools in Japan. Ian begins by telling us he didn't have the best of starts to his entrepreneurial career, being £15,000 in debt. He tells us how he got started, what worked for him and how h…
 
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