Is Teaching Others Your Skills a Viable Business Choice?

Teaching has always been a fulfilling career choice because it allows you to educate others with your skills and expertise. However, the main option for teaching others usually comes in the form of lecturing at a university or working as a teacher in a school. This meant that opportunities were limited and it could be difficult to truly embrace your role as an educator.


Thankfully, there have been a number of technological and social advancements that have given us more ways to use our skills to teach others and to make it a more viable career choice, especially if you want to start your own business:


Teaching online has never been more convenient

Online studying has become more widespread thanks to online learning platforms. You can now learn virtually any skill over the internet, and there’s always room for more teachers who are willing to share their skills to a wider audience.


More people are looking for niche educators

There are a lot of niche skills in the world now especially with creative roots such as specific logo and web design skills or lesser-known programming languages. There are also niche skills in playing older instruments or learning to create art with certain materials and tools. With so many niche skills to master or learn from, educating is a fantastic way to share your passion and make a business of it.


There are many resources to help you

Take a look below at the infographic to see just how many learning management systems there are to help you provide better courses and educational materials for your students.


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Lisa Besserman, Founder and CEO of Startup Buenos Aires, has been named as Business Insider’s “Top 100 Most Influential Women in Tech”, and the 2014 “Business Innovator of Latin America” by the Council of the Americas.

Lisa moved to Buenos Aires from New York City to create Startup Buenos Aires, the organization that represents the startup, tech and entrepreneurial community of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Startup Buenos Aires has been one of the main catalysts for strengthening the tech ecosystem in Latin America, by bringing global startup initiatives, development projects and investment opportunities to the region.
Under Lisa’s leadership Startup Buenos Aires has been credited as “Top 3 Growing Startup Cities” by CNBC and “5 Emerging Global Tech Hubs” by Entrepreneur Magazine.

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