Trina Deboree
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Teacherpreneurs, Raise Your Hand

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17: TRYH: Be a Crock Pot Seller With Angie Kratzer

Today Angie Kratzer tells teacherpreneurs the value of being a crockpot seller. You know the old saying- slow and steady wins the race. Well, Angie helps teacher-authors really understand this adage. Angie dives into the importance of perseverance, grit, and staying the course. She offers valuable insight into the things we can actually control. You will be amazed!

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13: Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

We are going to talk today about getting out of your comfort zone. And not only being proud of what you do, and owning it but also standing up in front of people and telling people about it. My guest Hallie Sherman is a Speech-Language Pathologist in the New York school system who is here to talk about getting out of your comfort zone. She even spoke at the TpT conference in Austin this year, sharing the importance of being brave and putting yourself out there.

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11: Teacherpreneurs Podcasting

Today I have the pleasure of speaking with one of my students from Podcasting Academy for Teacherpreneurs, Miki Leckie. Miki is a visionary who is taking her strengths and teaching knowledge and creating a business she loves. She is not only launching a store, but she is also launching a podcast at the same time! Miki is brave and courageous and is preparing to share with the world her knowledge about differentiated learning.

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7: How to Build Relationships Using Instagram

Jamie Jasperson shares her vast wisdom about Instagram and how important it is to shift your seller focus on Instagram into a more focused approach of building relationships and sharing who you are with your followers. Jamie gives me some much-needed advice on how to navigate the world of Instagram and shows me the value of using this powerful platform to increase your connections with your audience.

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6 Tips, Strategies, and Abundance for TpT With Math Mojo

Alexis Sergi is the creator behind Math Mojo, LLC. Alexis wears many hats, full-time Business owner, product creator,  mom of three beautiful daughters, wife, friend just to name a few. She juggles a thriving business and manages to get all three girls to almost daily competitive gymnastics training. Somehow she manages to make it all look relatively easy. Her go-to advice is to create, create, create. 

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4: Marketing For Teacherpreneurs

I am excited to have Alissa McDonald from Alissa and creator of the Teacher Hustle University and the Teacher Hustle Facebook Group. Alissa wears many hats, such as teacher, marketing fan, mom, and business owner. So she gets hustle for sure!

Today Alissa shares her expertise on marketing with fellow teacherpreneurs. Get ready to take some notes. She is a wealth of knowledge and I am happy she agreed to share her wisdom and experience with us today. You aren’t going to want to miss a minute. I hope you stick around.

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3 Tips and Advice for Teacherpreneurs: A Conversation with Misty Miller

Misty Miller and I offer tips and advice to our fellow teacher-authors on TpT. Misty's mission in the teacherpreneurial world is to give back to other TpTers. She has built a community of teacher-authors who share and communicate about all things business and the mindset needed to run an online store. It's a great place to be!

Join Misty and I as we discuss our journey on TpT and what we have learned along the way. I hope you will join us.

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2: Teacherpreneurs, Raise Your Hand: Advice from Teacher Authors for Teacherpreneurs

There is so much we can learn from one another as teacherpreneurs. In Episode Two, I share some gold nuggets from seasoned teacher authors who share with fellow teacherpreneurs. When you get teacherpreneurs together, the synergy is incredible. Even if being together is only in a Facebook group. There is so much to learn and gain from collaboration and words of wisdom from people who have gone before us.

I hope you feel as inspired by the advice shared as I do. Let me know what you would say to another teacherpreneur if you had the chance.

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1: Introduction to Teacherpreneurs, Raise Your Hand

Welcome to Teacherepreneurs, Raise Your Hand. This podcast was created FOR Teacherpreneurs BY a Teacherpreneur. I hope to offer you business tips and strategies and shifts in mindset through my unique and talented guests and personal insights. I'm so happy you found me. Welcome!

If you are interested in speaking about your knowledge and experience as a teacherpreneur, leave a comment below. I'm currently booking guests for the show, and I would love to hear from you. You can also email me at

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