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As humans, we’re both students and teachers.

We walk around this planet teaching our friends and family lessons just by being us. Children teach their parents how to love, parents teach their children how to live. The cycle of teaching and learning is constant.

We go to primary school learn math, history, writing, and maybe how to play dodgeball. Then we head to college where we dive deeper into whatever we want to know (probably sociology if you’re super cool).

Meanwhile, our personal lives teach us how to deal with difficult people, how to heal our hearts when they break, and how to create lives we love.

Then, we have to figure out the making money piece of life. Traditionally we were taught that the way to make money is to “get a job”…

But, there’s room to think outside the box. Today, with the power of social media and the internetz, you can monetize pretty much anything.

If you’re here, on this page on one of approximately a bajillion websites out there, you have something to teach, and the world is your classroom.
If you’re here, on this page on one of approximately a bajillion websites out there, you have something to teach, and the world is your classroom.

I always wanted to teach. I loved hearing myself talk, being in charge, and sharing knowledge. I also valued freedom, stability, and as weird as this may sound, prestige.

Being a professor gave me all of those things. I learned a TON about sociology (and human behavior) during my studies and loved being in the classroom sharing it. I felt like I made it…like I had a respectable, distinguished career. I also loved NOT working a 9-5, having summers off (well, not unless I wanted the extra cash), and being part of the community college culture… until I didn’t.

I’ve always felt like a misfit the land of Academia. I coached my students, I questioned the institution, I looked into radical types of pedagogy.

A few years into teaching, I watched as I changed hundreds of lives. I also started changing my own. I leaned further into the world of personal development and played with different ways of making money on the side.

As I grew Into the teacher I am, I Outgrew Academia and
Landed In the World of Entrepreneurship

As I grew Into the teacher I am, I Outgrew Academia and Landed In the World of Entrepreneurship

Over here, I found a world where you can teach more students, create more impact, and be compensated in alignment with the value you’re providing. I also found a world of business owners who are trying to teach, but needed support to do so effectively.

And now, I help the teachers of the world step into the land of entrepreneurship, and help entrepreneurs learn the skills to teach their clients and students at a whole new level.

In true Lindsay fashion, I still don’t perfectly fit in (It doesn’t matter if I have letters after my name or if I have a 6-figure business.) But what I have done is honed my craft, learned how to monetize it, and changed the lives of thousands of people by teaching them what I know.

And now, I’m here to help you do the same.

In true Lindsay fashion, I still don’t perfectly fit in (It doesn’t matter if I have letters after my name or if I have a 6-figure business.) But what I have done is honed my craft, learned how to monetize it, and changed the lives of thousands of people by teaching them what I know.

And now, I’m here to help you do the same.

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I have a course, I want to make it better!!
I’ve been sitting on a course for far too long