Education is a tough business to work in. That holds true if you are a tutor, trainer, an educator of some kind, or a business owner. Or all of the above like me.
I think a lot about what I need to do to survive and thrive in the rapidly changing educational landscape.
The answer, or at least, the answer for me, is thinking like an entrepreneur in education. I do have my own business but I don’t think that is a prerequisite.
There is still a certain kind of entrepreneurial thinking that anyone can apply to their work in education, teaching or otherwise, that can help you create, innovate, and manage the disruptions, the challenges, and anything that your boss, a funding agency, or anyone else can throw at you.