Best Teacher Guidebook – Teacher: Don’t Undersell Yourself

Dear Teacher:

Don’t Undersell Yourself!

Are you excited to teach English online but scared that you will lose income? Can you really make a full-time income from this, or will you just be counting the pennies?

To help you succeed and stop you from struggling, you will want to read every word in the Teacher: Don’t Undersell Yourself eBook, your definitive guide to teaching online.

Are you ready to go…

From Unsure and Unfulfilled to a Confident Tutor

I get it: You’d rather be teaching remotely with your own schedule so you can spend more time with your family or move to a tropical location with a sandy beach… but the truth is that you need some direction on how to get there.

However, not knowing the next steps doesn’t have to stop you from teaching online – and you don’t have to be afraid of working independently. Prepared, yes; feeling stuck, no.

You just wish to make a living teaching online… and as a long-term ESL teacher who’s been teaching online since 2016, I’m here to help. Enter: Teacher: Don’t Undersell Yourself, the definitive eBook to teaching online.

Whether you are first getting started or feel stuck at your current income level and want to make a change, this eBook will help you get to where you want to be!

Don’t Undersell Yourself Teacher Guidebook

Take the reigns of online teaching and learn what it takes to succeed!

Within the 10-chapter Teacher: Don’t Undersell Yourself eBook, you’ll discover these things (and many more):

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Removing Perfectionism and Imposter Syndrome

Helping you deal with feelings of inadequacy.


Sales and Marketing Skills

How teachers can make excellent salespeople.


Setting Up Your English Teaching Space

Getting set up, choosing your teaching niche, and effective class delivery.


Upgrading Your Teacher Profile

Boost your offer and stand out from the crowd.

I see you, and…


While looking for teaching online opportunities, you may have been wondering:

Can teaching online work for me?

Will I receive a consistent schedule?

What if I don’t have enough students?

How much money can I make?

Can I make it my full-time income?

What qualifications do I really need?

If you have these thoughts, you are in good company. Many people have similar concerns when they transition to online teaching.

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Planning to teach online is a dream for some, but it can quickly become overwhelming.

It is not your fault, though: there is a lot of old, outdated information on the internet regarding online teaching that is no longer relevant.

Information from just one or two years ago is history, and there are so many new things happening that it can be really hard to keep up!

Your well-meaning  but misinformed friends and teachers may have told you that the teaching market is saturated and you can no longer earn much teaching online. Everyone seems to have an opinion, especially those who have quit or settled for low rates that barely pay their bills. (Go figure🤷‍♀️)

The truth is, there is low-earning and high-earning income potential, just like many jobs out there. The best way to know how to approach teaching online is by asking someone experienced and doing it full-time, like myself!

I’ve taught English online since 2016 through all the highs and lows and learned the hard way what it takes to succeed. I went full-time in 2019 and moved to Spain and Portugal while teaching my students from my laptop!

You are looking for online teaching opportunities but have (legitimate) concerns about them. I get it… But that’s exactly why you need a guide to help you navigate it so you’ll gain the confidence to succeed as an independent teacher.

You don’t even need to be the “traditional,” degree-qualified teacher to do it… 👩‍🏫

You’re dreaming of teaching your desired students, creating a reliable and consistent schedule, and having complete control and independence over your remote work. Believe me, it’s possible.

You want to have an excellent experience teaching online and meet wonderful students from all over the globe, and Teacher: Don’t Undersell Yourself will help you have that.

This is your definitive guidebook to teach English online successfully, with 76 pages that will prepare you with confidence and empower you to make a difference in your life and the lives of your students.


Recognize the true value you bring to the table and why students need YOU


Deciding WHO to teach and getting to know your student.


How to accurately understand the needs of your students so you can charge higher rates


How to optimally lay out your teaching profile and video to attract students


Copywriting skills for teachers


Secret techniques to improve your sales and marketing

Special Limited Bonus!

You can get these bonuses for FREE if you order today!

Bonus #1: XiaoHongShu Cheat Sheet

Find high-paying clients via XiaoHongShu, also known as “The Little Red Book.”

  • The influence of social media in China and how Chinese consumers look for new brands
  • How to use XiaoHongShu to fill your student base
  • XiaoHongShu setup and profile optimization
  • Content creation tips and more

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Bonus #2: Find Your Niche Template

Decide who you want to teach.

  • How to select the perfect niche
  • Setting up your client profile
  • Adding your promise to grab clients’ attention
  • Sample niche template

Bonus #3: The Ultimate Teacherpreneur

Why do some teachers charge so much more for their services, and what strategies do they use to attain a higher hourly rate?

  • Clarifying what clients need help with
  • Introducing solutions to client problems
  • Stating the price and handling objections
  • Reinforcing the client’s decision
  • Essential sales call tips and techniques
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But Wait, I have questions…

Q: Do I need teaching experience?

You don’t need any teaching experience to start teaching online. You also don’t need any language other than English. This book will give you direction to help you move forward confidently and explain why experience is not essential to get started. Learn about the mistakes that new and experienced online teachers make (so you don’t) and know the next steps for success.

Q: Do I need this eBook if I have been teaching for a while?

This eBook focuses on more advanced techniques and tips for attracting students. If you feel stuck, overwhelmed, underpaid, or are not getting the results you were hoping for, this eBook will push you in the right direction.

Q: How is this different from the information available for free online?

This guide is not your standard “How to begin teaching online” guide. Much of the information available online comes from big websites with many employees who have never taught a day in their lives. Another area of concern is that content written about one or two years ago is now almost completely outdated. I am trying to prepare you in the best possible way with the information I have gathered over the past six years. I know I would have appreciated it if I were struggling or overwhelmed on my teaching journey.

Q: Why should I trust you?

I have extensive experience teaching online and have taken thousands of dollars worth of courses to get me to the point I am today. I have worked for the top online teaching companies in China and worked my way from the bottom up. As I spend more time on my website, it can be hard to put as much time into teaching as I once did. I earn up to $50 per hour online for teaching students without focusing on it too much, and I know that with these strategies, it is possible to earn that much or more.

As I have done this for such a long time, I want to give back and help those who are just struggling. Teaching is a learning curve, and I want to make the transition as smooth as possible. Teaching online is a truly amazing experience, and I sincerely hope that you can become successful at it.

Q: How long is the eBook?

It’s 10 chapters and 76 pages. There is quite a bit of information there, but I think it is all important and relevant to teaching online. There is no fluff; I want you to learn as much as possible about teaching online without you thinking you are buying a glorified blog post.

Q: How do I get the eBook?

The eBook will be emailed to you immediately after your purchase. No physical copy will be shipped. This is a digital book in PDF format. You can read it on your computer, laptop, phone or tablet.

Q: What’s the return policy?

If you are not satisfied for whatever reason, send me an email at, and I will refund you. I want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase, and I will do anything to ensure that is possible!

Q: Do I need to be a native English speaker to teach online?

No, you need not be a native English speaker to teach online. Teaching English is open to everyone! You have some great selling points; number one, you can speak more than one language, and number two, you can empathize with the learner as you have been in their position before. Stop being picked on because you are a “non-native speaker” and understand how to secure higher rates for your teaching business.

Look, I get it…

You probably have a lot of doubts about teaching online, but there is so much more to learn that I am eager to share!

I want to take you from being unfulfilled and unsure of your next steps to a successful and confident online English language teacher, earning the income you deserve.

The last thing I want is for you to struggle to acquire students and miss the amazing opportunities online teaching offers. Teacher: Don’t Undersell Yourself was written with exactly that in mind… from unsure and unfulfilled to a confident tutor!👨‍🏫👩‍🏫

About the author
Caitriona Maria
Caitriona Maria is an education writer and founder of TPR Teaching, crafting inspiring pieces that promote the importance of developing new skills. For 7 years, she has been committed to providing students with the best learning opportunities possible, both domestically and abroad. Dedicated to unlocking students' potential, Caitriona has taught English in several countries and continues to explore new cultures through her travels.
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