Guide Me Tips
How to’s, and tips and tricks for distance learning, entrepreneurs, teachers, home office workers, students, homeschooling, and everyone who’s online, whether for work or fun!
We believe that bringing entrepreneur business ideas into fruition is easier with the help of a mentor. But, before you ask anyone else questions, you have to pose some to yourself. So, we’ve compiled some of the most common questions entrepreneurs ask about starting a business.
I’m an entrepreneur, and it seems like I have to learn something new every day. I’ve tried to master Photoshop and Illustrator, but it’s a time-consuming process that I’ll leave to talented graphic designers. Trust me when I tell you that PicMonkey is easy to use – I use it at least once a week.
I’ve researched and stretched my imagination to come up with some off-the-wall ideas. They’re not only the most outstanding part-time jobs for teachers (and others!), but convenient. That means you can take advantage of any of them right from the comforts of home on a flexible schedule.
Whether your employer isn’t home office-friendly, you’re looking for a new opportunity or a side gig; you’ll be happy to know that there are options available to you right now. With the following information and resources, you could sign up and be working from home in a matter of weeks or even days.
If you want to know how to use Zoom, we’re breaking down every in-meeting button and giving you a few tips and tricks… and, no, you don’t have to wear pants if you don’t feel like it!
Teachers and students may have already had access to some of these systems, so adapting them was more natural. Parents, on the other hand, may have had limited access or knowledge before. Becoming the parent of a fully online student overnight was difficult for even the most organized parent. However, there are things you can do to survive the new distance learning alternative.
Three ways to make Rockstar Teaching Videos for Free – plus tips and tricks for turning your phone into a webcam and more! We bet that you have at least two out of three on your computer right now.
The OTL Seat Fillers & City Guides community has expanded again, this time with a new community for remote learning. OTL Guide Me at Home is a place for teachers and subject matter experts to hang a shingle, as well as a place for entrepreneurs, seniors, students, teachers, parents, everyone to go to for help.