“Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.” At least that’s what Benjamin Franklin–who was surely too smart to use such non-inclusive language–said. If you agree, you’ll love this New Year’s edition of The Chariot Report, delivering essential information and insights for tutors and test prep professionals every other Tuesday. 

Teachers, tutors, and test prep professionals must pursue learning with the same passion they dispense it. How are you going to change things up this year? ResourcEd’s Ten New Year’s resolutions for teachers may have been written for 2018, but they still apply to this year’s educational efforts.

If you work in for-profit education, your growth as a business person probably impacts your financial success more directly than your growth as a teacher. Never stop learning, testing, and iterating. These 19 New Year’s Resolutions for Small Businesses to Make in 2019 may focus excessively on web development (understandable, given its source) but even the smallest independent tutoring operation benefits from treating education as a business.

At the end of the day, each of us is much more than just a teacher or an entrepreneur. Every one of us deserves to sleep better, lower stress and improve interpersonal relationships in the New Year. One way to do this is to keep a gratitude journal. Find out How Writing Down What You’re Thankful For Can Be Good For Mental and Physical Health.


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