Whether you're wanting to start a business or just looking at transitioning out of the classroom, you need to think about money management. My guest is money mentor Jill Wiley who current teaches in Norway.
I met her through a Facebook group and immediately recognized that she has excellent financial advice for teachers who are looking at leaving the classroom — not any magic bullets, no get-rich-quick schemes — just solid advice to help you make sure you take good care of yourself during a tough time, whether you're planning to leave teaching now for later.
Jill answers questions such as:
- How can teachers gain control of their financial lives?
- How can teachers reconnect with their joy and find a sense of dignity financially?
- What do teachers who want to start a small business –whether a side gig or full time — need to do financially?
- What money management mindsets and practical advice do teachers need?
- What's the first thing you need to think about financially if you're wanting to get out of teaching?
You can reach Jill through her website and social media below: