5 years later I moved into marketing, then finance, then consulting and eventually landed what I actually studied, back into software development. Those years in teaching really taught me how to design simple, effective software though. Because if my lesson was all over the place and I didn’t communicate the core part of the lesson, I was met with bored faces, sleeping and laughter (and not the good kind) from my students.
While I was teaching I started a TpT store and uploaded two products from it. I was very disappointed that I didn’t get any sales. I even threw a 10% sale at one point thinking that would increase it. I still had a few things to learn.
After revisiting my TpT Store I realised how complicated simple processes were. I wanted to make things easier for other TpT sellers, and soon Bearwood Labs was born.
Send me an e-mail if you have any questions or comments or feedback.Bjorn
PS. If you want to, you are invited to let me know where you are from. I always love to learn about different places around the world. It makes this big, disconnected world a tiny bit smaller