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Course: How to Create Side-by-Side Video Interviews – Want to learn how to make side-by-side video interviews just like I do it? I walk you through the steps of how you can do it simply and give you tips and tricks along the way. Click here for full details.
Tutorial: How to Write a TEFL Resume – The Right Way - There are a lot of really bad examples of TEFL resumes online. In fact, so bad that I created a video tutorial that will show you exactly how your teaching English resume should look. Sure, you can spend hours online maybe finding a good model to follow, but why waste your time? All the goodness is packed right here.
Useful Products, Courses, and Books
Go Global! Launching an International Career Here or Abroad - This book is a must-read if you want to start an international career. It’s packed with useful info on steps to take to get going. Click Here to read more about it on Amazon. Really really great!
I Have Iraq in My Shoe: Misadventures of a Soldier of Fashion - A hilarious memoir written by a shoe-obsessed woman who decided to teach English in Iraq for a year. Click here for more info.
International TEFL Academy – The most comprehensive site on teaching English abroad that offers TEFL certification courses. Highly recommend getting certified through them! Click here for more info.
Kindle Fire – Getting a Kindle Fire was one of the best investments I made, especially living abroad. It was so great to have on the road when I was traveling. And, it prevented pile-ups of books in my tiny apartment in Korea. More info here.
Live and Work Abroad – This is an e-course designed by six people under the age of 30 who launched their international careers overseas. The e-course shows how they did it, and they give over eight hours of advice and strategies for how to work abroad. Click here.
Meet Plan Go - Meet Plan Go provides “inspiration and ‘how-to’ advice regarding career break planning and travel.” Their course shows how travel is beneficial to people’s careers and teaches them how to take a career break. They also have local meetups and national events Click here for more info.
One White Face - After graduating from university, Hilary Corna secured an impressive role with Toyota Motor Asia Pacific (TMAP) in Singapore. One White Face is the name of the memoir. As the title suggests, she was the only Caucasian and American working at TMAP. She chronicles her triumphs and challenges in a work culture very different from the west. Her memoir has been referred to as the Eat, Pray, Love for the younger generation. Click here for more info.
The Arrival Store – I really really WISH I knew about The Arrival Store before coming to Korea. It would have saved me a TON of time and stress. Basically, if you’re moving to Korea, you can buy pre-paid packages with things that are hard to find in Korea and things that take time to shop for. You can order essentials before you come and have them waiting for you when you arrive. It’s a BRILLIANT idea. Items include mattress pads (beds are super hard in Korea), bedding (yes, sheets are hard to find!), transformers, bath towel sets, water filters, cleaning kits, cell phones (hard to set up), and many more useful items.
Travel Blog Success - Want to be successful with your travel blog? Prominent travel blogger Dave Lee created a very intensive course about how to do it. When joining, you also get access to a private Facebook group, where you can bounce off ideas with other travel bloggers.
How I Make My Show
Macbook Pro – Ever since I made the switch from a PC to a Mac, I have had very few problems. I absolutely love it, and the price difference was worth it to me. Click here.
Create Awesome Interviews – This was the course that started it all. It’s fantastic. Check out more info here.
ScreenFlow - It’s a great editing tool to combine all my media, and it’s WAY faster to export movies than iMovie. Totally worth it, and it saved me a ton of time since I made the switch from iMovie. I love that you can make recordings and record the screen with it. The support videos online are super helpful too. Click here
Ecamm Call Recorder – An extremely easy way to record calls on a Mac. Click here.
Note: Some, but not all, of these links are affiliate links, which means I get a commission (no additional cost to you) if you purchase them through my links.