Teachers Get Rid of Your Second Boss and Start Your Own Business Part-Time

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Kimmoy Matthews has created a service dedicated to coaching teachers about reaching their financial goals part-time after school.

Kimmoy Matthews, a Fortune 100 consultant, has turned her attention to the needs of teachers throughout the US by launching a new business geared to providing pivotal business experience for teachers interested in launching new part-time businesses to supplement their income and provide financial flexibility for their future.

Statistically teachers have had second jobs both after school and during the summer to supplement their meager salaries, but now they can leverage their skills in organizing, communicating, and goal setting into ventures that will provide them with the financial flexibility that they are missing. The ability to provide for their lifestyle and do what they love each day in the classroom is added incentive to starting a part-time business. Teach and Still Grow Rich focuses on the needs that are specific to teachers by focusing on the skills that they already posses and helping them to gain the business skills that they may need to navigate the market.

Teach and Still Grow Rich approaches business development with teachers as a way to enrich their lives by accentuating the multiple interests that teachers bring. Helping them to distill outside passions into a business that provides long-term wealth. Most businesses start out part-time before transitioning to full time allowing teachers the option to grow their business at their own pace. Most teachers have invested too much to become the professionals they are to risk it all for a dream making them a perfect fit for creating a successful part time venture.

"If a teacher is using their creative energy to navigate a second job while continuing to teach they are missing out on opportunities for their own financial stability," Kimmoy Matthews, CEO and Business Coach of Teach and Still Grow Rich. "Each day they offer valuable lessons to the children that they teach that can be used to grow a successful business venture of their own. They have limitless energy and skills that just need the guidance to be successful in the business world," Matthew added.

"If a teacher is ready to take their dreams of financial flexibility to the next level and build on the skills that they have in their professional lives, but they aren't really sure what they can achieve, Teach and Still Grow Rich is able to assess their current situation and provide real solutions for their ultimate success," reports Matthews. "We see the importance of helping teachers grow their ideas and implement them into a solid business while balancing their everyday lives. Teachers have the unique situation by having a summer to make their money work for them, increase their income, and build long-term wealth. They just need the guidance to bring them to that level."

Teach and still Grow Rich is the only coaching firm to offer this service and skill specifically to teachers. By focusing only on teachers they are able to understand the needs that are specialized to that field, building on the skill level of the profession to create part time businesses that significantly contribute to the wealth and financial flexibility that education professionals seek.

The new website http://www.teachandstillgrowrich.com, which launched March 28, 2008, provides competitive rates for consulting services that are within reach to teachers throughout the US.

Founded in 2008, Teach and Still Grow Rich is based in the DC Metro area and is a small business-coaching firm designed to specifically help teachers build business success part time. The company provides the Teach and Still Grow Rich Coaching Program that is tailored specifically for teachers (new and experienced) and the unique issues they face daily. More information about Teach and Still Grow Rich can be found at http://www.teachandstillgrowrich.com


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