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Daniel Scott

In this episode, Chris talks with entrepreneur and educator, Daniel Scott, about why teaching not only brings him joy, but how lucrative it can be for anyone willing to put in the work.

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Making Online Teaching Profitable

In this episode, Chris talks with entrepreneur and educator, Daniel Scott, about why teaching not only brings him joy, but how lucrative it can be for anyone willing to put in the work. They get deep into the inner workings of Daniel’s online teaching business, how he got started and even how much revenue he earns from it all.

Daniel is an online course creator and instructor, and co-founder of Instructor HQ. With a natural inclination to help people, it only made sense for Daniel to choose the career path he did. Teaching others has always brought him an immense amount of joy, and the opportunity to play with and explore technology further only adds to his drive.

Initially, Daniel wanted to be a graphic designer, but fate would have a different plan for him. He was roped into teaching purely by accident, and found his new calling. It was this small accident that would shape his teaching career forever.

For those who are considering entering the field of teaching, Daniel shares two pieces of advice: make sure the subject is profitable and that it’s simple. The subject you’re teaching needs to bring value and be useful to students time after time.

Daniel credits his success to the power of online video. Because you can take the time and effort to make the video course evergreen and valuable for years after you’ve made it, it’s set up in a way to reel in profits.

For Daniel, he makes sure to keep his video courses present throughout several online education platforms—over 20 to be exact—on top of his personal website.

He’s definitely not your typical teacher, but the amount of tricks Daniel has up his sleeve for several Adobe creative tools are amazing.

Learn more about Daniel and his methods to earn a substantial income as a teacher in the full episode.

Feb 10

Making Online Teaching Profitable

Myth: Teachers don't earn good money.

In this episode, Chris talks with entrepreneur and educator, Daniel Scott, about why teaching not only brings him joy, but how lucrative it can be for anyone willing to put in the work. They get deep into the inner workings of Daniel’s online teaching business, how he got started and even how much revenue he earns from it all.

Daniel is an online course creator and instructor, and co-founder of Instructor HQ. With a natural inclination to help people, it only made sense for Daniel to choose the career path he did. Teaching others has always brought him an immense amount of joy, and the opportunity to play with and explore technology further only adds to his drive.

Initially, Daniel wanted to be a graphic designer, but fate would have a different plan for him. He was roped into teaching purely by accident, and found his new calling. It was this small accident that would shape his teaching career forever.

For those who are considering entering the field of teaching, Daniel shares two pieces of advice: make sure the subject is profitable and that it’s simple. The subject you’re teaching needs to bring value and be useful to students time after time.

Daniel credits his success to the power of online video. Because you can take the time and effort to make the video course evergreen and valuable for years after you’ve made it, it’s set up in a way to reel in profits.

For Daniel, he makes sure to keep his video courses present throughout several online education platforms—over 20 to be exact—on top of his personal website.

He’s definitely not your typical teacher, but the amount of tricks Daniel has up his sleeve for several Adobe creative tools are amazing.

Learn more about Daniel and his methods to earn a substantial income as a teacher in the full episode.

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Greg Gunn

Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

Myth: Teachers don't earn good money.

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