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We love this organic growth into our entrepreneurial portfolio of products: You tried us on your children and they learned. Why not teaching other children?
But even if you are new to us, our teaching products may be ideal for your program provided that you believe that young children learn best when they are engaged in playing – memorizing colors, numbers, or grammar rules is NOT our approach!
What should you be thinking about now that you begin your journey as a language entrepreneur?
Starting from total scratch is not ideal. When you don’t know the road, your actions can easily sabotage your dream.
It’s like when you are planning a car trip. The GPS will keep sending you on small roads, with bumper-to-bumper traffic and red lights on every corner. Not being a local, it’s hard to avoid those time-wasting roads. Instead of enjoying a wonderful evening, dining at a nice restaurant at your destination, you’ll be stuck somewhere in the middle of who-knows-where. (Those were my thoughts during a recent trip to Boston to visit colleges with my high school junior daughter. That’s exactly what happened!)
That’s a good analogy for your trip as a language entrepreneur. You have this idea of where you want to be, but it is very easy to fall trap to tiny winding roads because it’s not that easy to see the straightest line to your dreamlike destination. And time keeps ticking and you’re never there…
To give you an example of an easy winding road to fall trap to, you may not have considered which population of children to target – therefore advertising everywhere, most times with little or no results and much damage to your pocket.
Instead you should be targeting kids whose families are already very committed to learning languages. These families will be your straightest way to success as long as you offer great quality.
Another easy-to-fall-for road is to start your program without knowing what you or your teachers will be teaching. Don’t expect the clouds to suddenly open and illuminate you with “The Wonderful Content.” The curriculum is the most important piece of your program’s puzzle, especially if you want to deliver quality and consistency. It will be hard to survive with colors and numbers.
Writing good curriculum can take a long, long time – even years! That’s time you can’t afford to lose!
Again, the GPS adding time, when you want to GET THERE NOW!
Every now and then, we offer webinars on different topics of interest to Mpressarias. Watch a replay of our webinar “How to Create a Language Camp Anywhere and in Any Season.”
Choosing the straightest line should not be confused with over-speeding. That can be a problem too.
Smart testing of different products and curricula to find what suits you better is the best way to go, WITHOUT having to do everything in house (because that, again, is like the GPS adding time).
We invite you to try our products and others.
Yes, we are telling you to go try our competitors’ products too! Some of you may even decide that you like mixing stuff, which is perfectly fine as well.
As you implement, you will learn. Then, you can add more sessions.
Now, that’s an Mpressaria in the making! And that is VERY exciting!
Cheers! To your success!
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Watch a replay of our webinar to learn how to get started and quickly make a profit teaching languages to children. I will show you how YOU can start in a very real yet manageable way – through a 2-3 week language camp – ideal for summer or any season.
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Patricia Garcia says
Hi! All the information you provide is very valuable. I am a teacher and a mom, who fits the above profile. I am planning on opening a language center for children ages 3-10. It would run throughout the whole school year and summer months. Is your program a year-round one or just set for summer camps and the like?