It’s been a bit quiet around here…and for good reason! I’ve been furiously finishing a book on how to teach craft classes!
I’m running a pre-sell to help cover the costs of printing. You can check it out here!
In How To Teach Your Craft: Creating Revenue by Teaching Classes and Workshops, Amanda Gail walks you through the process of creating a craft education business based on your craft or art. From coming up with class ideas, creating content and pricing classes to setting up your business, insurance and creating release forms, you’ll be well on your way to starting your own business after finishing this book!
Along the way Amanda shares her story on how she built her career teaching classes and how she co-founded a not-for-profit teaching her craft – soapmaking.
Whether your craft is painting, knitting, papermaking, pottery or cat hair weaving, you can make exceptional income by teaching what you know!
Thanks for taking a look!
Hola! I’ve been reading your site for a while now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you
a shout out from Porter Texas! Just wanted to mention keep up the great work!
I like the valuable information you provide in your
articles. I’ll bookmark your blog and check again here regularly.
I’m quite sure I’ll learn many new stuff right here! Good luck for the next!
Amanda, got your book. This be my inflight reading. I’m glad thing are well in Uganda:) my brother is from Uganda. I told him about you and Aron and the great thing that you are doing. It put a great big smile on his face to know others travel from afar to help others out. I hope you enjoy China. I wish you many blessing on your journey.
All Smiles Andy:)
Hi Andy! I hope you enjoy reading it! 🙂
That’s awesome! Thanks for sharing about what we’re doing. We are so excited about our trip… !
Congrats on getting your book done. It’s quite the overwhelming task isn’t it? =)
Hi Amanda , would love to buy your book now , next step ?
Hi. Is this as an e book or hardcover? And what is the cost please,
do you sell to europe, Amanda? I’m from Portugal…