Leaping from Creative to Creative Educator with Laylee Emadi

About Laylee Emadi

Laylee is an educator, podcast host, and photographer with a heart for serving clients and fellow creatives. She believes in serving the creative industry with heartfelt encouragement, honest advice, and a shared pursuit of the ever-elusive “balance.” Laylee is passionate about her goal to help you feel confident in your ability to make a difference, create impact, and to build a life doing what you love.

When Is It the Right Time to Offer Education

First ask yourself, “Why are you pursuing education?” If the only answer is, “Well it feels like the next step,” then education actually might not be for you. Becoming an educator takes a lot of selfless work and only when you truly want to help others should you enter this field. If you do want to serve others and are feeling successful and profitable in your business or are a super talented craftsman and want to share your talent – the “when” is whenever you feel ready to take it on. The “why” behind education is the important question to ask.

The Different Types of Education

  • One-on-One
  • Small Group
  • Mastermind
  • Public Speaking
  • Online Education & Courses

What Makes a Good Educator

Wanting to spread your knowledge and share your expertise is great, but it’s important to make sure you are an actual expert in your field. Ask others if your content has actually helped them, always ask for feedback. Another good way to know is if people are asking you for help. Do they want to know how you do something? This is a great indicator that others want to actually learn from you. Put out free content first and gauge people’s interest, see if they want to continue learning from you.

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