“It all started out in my kitchen with people coming to my house and me showing like one person. And then I thought, ‘Okay, this is getting ridiculous’,” Deborah Niemann
“I worked my tail off, but I really struggled for quite a few years,” Deborah Niemann
“I had a couple thousand people in an online group that I moderated for people who were raising goats. And I kept telling them, ‘I'm making an online course for you’,” Deborah Niemann
“I thought, ‘Oh, this is going to be so hard. It's going to be so much work.’ And then I realized that it really wasn't that complicated,” Deborah Niemann
“I think 70, 80 percent of my income is from my online courses. It's way, way more money than books,” Deborah Niemann
Tina Chiu left her job at Google to teach her passion: weaving fabrics. She hasn’t looked back since.
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