Making Moolah as a Good Teacher

I’m back, miss me?  Seriously, it has been a long time since I’ve written a blog post.  I’ve been busy, that’s for sure.  Life’s been passing me by and all that – but I recently was re-motivated to share a few thoughts online with y’all.  Face it, writing and putting thoughts down on paper (sorta) is therapeutic, whether anyone’s reading them or not.  So I’m going to try to get back into the habit of doing this at least monthly, and who knows, maybe even more often.

So I recently read this article about teachers making money: http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/17/teachers-makin-moola-on-the-web/.  From that I was led to the site of Udemy.  Holy cow, is it a great idea!  I don’t know that I consider myself a great teacher, but I do enjoy it – so this may be a tool I’ll be spending some time on in the future.

A few of my good reads out on the web lately:
AskMormonGirl - really drew me in with some of the posts I found here, I can’t get enough of the comments that the readers leave – very thought-provoking.
StevePavlina.com’s series on Passive Income – Although he has a lot of strange ideas on other things, when he puts his mind to writing a well thought-out series on something, he does an amazing job of writing in a sequence and style that just makes sense and sticks with you.
Seth Godin’s blog – This is the kind of stuff that you like to fall to sleep reading – usually thought-provoking and inspiring.

TTFN