About Adrianne Meldrum
You've been thinking about taking the plunge with tutoring. Excitement bubbles inside of you as you think about teaching students in a way that is best for them. You know you've got the skills to teach students, but this business stuff? That's another story.
You may be thinking, “Can't I just do my best tutoring and the rest will fall magically into place?” But you know better than that. You realize that there are skills to be learned here.
But running a tutor business is intimidating, right? And time consuming?
If you’re anything like me when I began tutoring, you:
- Constantly rescheduled tutor sessions.
- Worry that you’ll lose students by putting expectations into place.
- Fret about money coming in spurts.
- Struggle to find time to get the business side of tutoring done
- Thumb through piles of papers to find one contact phone number.
- Feel like you're not running a “real” business some days.
- Wonder if clients take your services seriously.
The good news? It doesn't have to be this way.