“ If you are going to be a master tutor, you have to be a master learner”
Jamellia Imani Blythe, CEO – High Flyer Educational Services
How does a prospective lawyer become an unemployed teacher turned homeschool mom then CEO set an audacious goal of becoming the owner of the first tutoring franchise in the Caribbean? Listen to this week’s episode of the Boss Teacher podcast to find out.
Her 7+ years running a tutoring business in Jamaica and the diaspora has to count for something! Boss Teacher Imani Blythe, CEO of High Flyer Educational Services is with us this week to shares her transition into building the business she loves.
Imani remembers having the entrepreneurial spirit from a very young age but always thought she would have had a law practice. She has started and run many businesses but found herself in the education industry and does not plan on leaving the tutoring business any time soon.
You will learn
- Lessons from her journey in building High Flyer Educational Services
- How you can use your time as an unemployed teacher to birth a business
- The three major benefits of tutoring
- How you can find business opportunities in your current circumstances
- How you can start your own tutoring business
- How you can become an affiliate tutor
And Boy, was I schooled!
If you think that tutoring is the easiest thing to do as a teacher, you will change your mindset.
Imani drops some major truth bombs about some of the critical things you must consider in order to run a successful tutoring business. You will also want to make note of her major tip on securing clients. As a Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) recipient, she taught English as a Second Language to refugee students and this experience helped to reinforce the importance of continuous learning.
Get Certified to Teach English as a Foreign Language with
Jamellia Imani Blythe
Founder and Managing Director, High Flyer Educational Services
Jamaica# (876) 797-7352, (876) 426-8466
Overseas # (347) 627-1943
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I’m so looking forward to hearing your very own story of how you were inspired by this podcast. Leave a comment below 👇 and let me know.