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Podcast by Tony Teacher

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Podcast by Tony Teacher

    HS083 - Hagwon Business 2019

    HS083 - Hagwon Business 2019

    Check out this podcast episode for a little update on my status and my thoughts on the Hagwon industry for 2019.

    Quick Overview of Podcast Audio Flow:

    -Don’t forget about the FREE Ebook that I offer, which includes a point system that gives you an idea of how ready you are to start a Hagwon business in Korea one day. Go to the homepage for more information.

    -Quick update on my life

    -Thoughts on teaching wages

    -Kpop and the demand for ESL teachers in Korea

    -Starting a Gyosoopso

    -Universities / Colleges closing

    -Checkout the podcast for more info

    Checkout our services to see which one is best for you.

    Message me on our Hagwonstart Facebok fan page or email me at hagwonstart@gmail.com if you have any questions. And checkout hagwonstart.com for more information

    • 25 Min.
    HS082 - All Successful Hagwon Owners I Personally Know Share These 5 Traits

    HS082 - All Successful Hagwon Owners I Personally Know Share These 5 Traits

    The title is pretty self-explanatory, but here is a quick overview of the podcast audio flow:

    -Quick Update

    -5 Traits:
    1. Motivated to Improve (or Start) Your Hagwon Business to an Extent
    2. Know How to Teach English to Students
    3. Know How to Manage Students (and Parents)
    4. 5 Years Plus Experience in the Education Industry in South Korea
    5. Had Enough Money to Rent or Own a Business Space

    -Final Thoughts / Summary

    Checkout HagwonStart.com for more information

    • 19 Min.
    HS081 - Are you Happy with Your Hagwon Business Lifestyle?

    HS081 - Are you Happy with Your Hagwon Business Lifestyle?

    When was the last time you stopped and checked to see how happy you truly are? Are you a Hagwon type business owner in South Korea? How happy are you? Really?

    Quick Overview of Podcast Audio Flow:

    -Quick Update

    -Hagwon Business Lifestyle (Quality of my dinners)

    -Hagwon Business Culture

    -Happy to Close my Gyosoopso and Focus on my Flowers and Gifts business

    -Make a plan if you are unhappy

    -Learn a skill or start something on the side

    -Networking and Branding yourself

    I have a good amount of small Hagwon business owners as friends on my Facebook and sometimes I can see that they are quite unhappy with their lifestyle. So I got to thinking about how much I enjoyed my life as a Gyosoopso owner. Overall, I enjoyed it, but I was honestly looking forward to closing it and focusing on growing Flower Gift Korea in my last few months of operating my English Gyosoopso in Seoul, South Korea. Anyhow, check out the podcast for more details. Also, check out my other website at EntrepreneurKorea.com There is a lot of useful information there.

    Message me on our Hagwonstart Facebok fan page or email me at hagwonstart@gmail.com if you have any questions.

    • 23 Min.
    HS080 - How to Start a Hagwon Business with Very Little Money and Risk

    HS080 - How to Start a Hagwon Business with Very Little Money and Risk

    Episode 80 talks about how you can start your own small Hagwon business in South Korea with very little money and risk. I spent around 38 million won when I started my first English Hagwon business, but you can probably get started with just a few million won. Listen to the podcast for visit Hagwonstart.com/080 to see the show notes

    • 23 Min.
    HS 077 Thoughts on Buying a Hagwon Business

    HS 077 Thoughts on Buying a Hagwon Business

    PODCAST EPISODE 077 – Thoughts on Buying a Hagwon Business

    Have you ever seen an ad or a post on social media about someone selling their English Hagwon type business?

    These days I’ve been seeing some Hagwon type businesses on sale in Facebook groups, and there are a whole lot more on Korean forums for Hagwon owners. And I often see people ask questions about buying a Hagwon. And I always have an opinion to share on this topic, but I also don’t want to jeopardize the Hagwon owner’s chance of selling their Hagwon, so I never make any public comments about the Hagwon that is on sale at that moment. Instead, I made this podcast episode for those who want to get my opinion on buying a Hagwon type business.

    Listen to the podcast to hear my opinion and some things you should consider before you actually buy a Hagwon business.

    Message me on our Hagwonstart Facebok fan page or email me at hagwonstart@gmail.com if you have any questions.

    Also, follow my (and podcast guest’s) business and life progress in Korea at www.entrepreneurkorea.com

    • 26 Min.
    HS079 - To Start or Not to Start a Hagwon FREE Ebook

    HS079 - To Start or Not to Start a Hagwon FREE Ebook

    Podcast 079 – To Start or Not to Start a Hagwon FREE Ebook

    Thinking about starting a hagwon business in Korea one day? Make sure to Download the FREE Ebook and see how ready you truly are!

    *Visit hagwonstart.com/079 to access the free resources and links

    Quick Overview of Podcast Audio Flow:

    -Update about my recent business sale

    -Update about my current situation

    -Update about the 3 Services Available on HagwonStart.com

    -Briefly go through the FREE Ebook (Scoring System of How Ready You are to Start a Hagwon Business) and talk about some of my experiences as a small business owner in Korea that relate to the Ebook.

    The “To Start or Not to Start a Hagwon” Ebook will give you an idea of how ready you are. Once you score yourself out of 100, you’ll be able to see what you can do to become more ready to start your hagwon type business in Korea one day.

    I started my hagwon business when I was just close to being ready. If I were to take the scoring system again now, then I would already be ready to start a small hagwon type business and that’s only because I have lots of experience under my belt. If you have already went through the Ebook and have given yourself a score, then you should look in the areas where you are weak and take steps to increase your score. You can take small steps to increase your score in every single area. And the higher your score, the more ready you’ll be, and the more confident you’ll be when it comes to running your English hagwon business in South Korea. Alright, as promised in the podcast episode, I have made the Ebook available for FREE to download below. You don’t have to give me your email or anything, so you can secretly access the Ebook and no one in the world will know about it! All you have to do is click on the image below and you will download a pdf version of the ebook. It is 65 pages long. Also, don’t forget that there is a link to a bonus video on the last page where I share 5 tips for new hagwon business owners.

    Message me on our Hagwonstart Facebok fan page or email me at hagwonstart@gmail.com if you have any questions.

    Also, learn more about being an entrepreneur in Korea by visiting my other blog and podcast at www.entrepreneurkorea.com

    • 40 Min.

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