All posts in "Education"

Tracy Sherriff

Published November 21, 2017 in Education , Side Hustle - 0 Comments

My guest today is Tracy Sherriff. Tracy is a true multi-passionate side hustler.

When not working in her full-time day job (that she loves) leading, coaching, and mentoring her team of twelve, she teaches part-time at a local college, volunteers as a mentor for parents of children with special needs locally and globally with a parent support group and podcast, is currently completing her 2nd year of Studies in the Masters of Arts in Education program at CMU, all the while focusing on building a scalable business supporting online course creators with creating engaging, collaborative learning experiences for their chosen tribe.

Tracy is passionate about teaching and learning and views her side hustle as an investment into her future. She looks for open doors to walk through and enjoys exploring what's on the other side whether opportunities or learning. 

Tracy is a lifelong learner and realizes a lot of joy helping others develop learning journeys for their students based on solid instructional design. Some of the things we discuss are:

  • What exactly is an instructional designer and why would someone hire someone like you?
  • Time Management - getting it all in, meeting goals and objectives - tips/strategies
  • The importance of networking, making connections, and building relationships with other entrepreneurs as part of your side hustle.

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Dr. Antoinette Davis

Published July 25, 2017 in Education , Entrepreneurship - 0 Comments

Today, we’re speaking with Dr. Antoinette Marie Davis. Dr. Davis is a lecturer at a state university and her side-hustles are writing books and teaching online for multiple institutions. She loves mathematics and loves teaching developmental and introductory students. 

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Amy Bright

Published June 27, 2017 in Art , Education - 0 Comments

Our guest today is Laura Amy Bright artistic director of ‘Bright Eyes Arts.’ Amy's passion is arts integration as a means in life and literature. She also splits up her various arts into classes of jewelry making, belly dancing and more. Amy is a single mom of a newly turfive-year-old old son and her primary goal is to make sure she's fully engaged in Falcon’s life providing for him with the help of her family and growing herself and her business. 

Amy shares with us that she was not a naturally talented creative, but worked to become one. You can learn more about Amy on her Facebook page: and on her website:

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