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ProsperousTeachers - Helping Busy Teachers Earn More

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ProsperousTeachers - Helping Busy Teachers Earn More

An education podcast from Mark Eichenlaub

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A different kind of podcast for teachers. The Prosperous Teachers podcast is for teachers looking for more “margin” in teaching. Optimistic but honest solutions for teachers who feel the profession has consumed too much of their life.

Mark Eichenlaub’s is a 10-year teacher, coach, parent, writer and podcaster with hundreds of subscribers. His podcast discusses ways to make teaching less stressful and more fun. Guests and topics include inspiring teachers, neuroscience, psychology, writing and speaking, teacher fitness and nutrition, teacher salary and retirement, meditation and fresh ideas from outside of the education industry.

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