Learn How To Start a Preschool: Meridian, Twin Falls, Pocatello & Idaho Falls Readers!

Before I got so busy with this blog, I had my own preschool.  It was a super fab way to bring in some extra income, while “playing” with my kidlets!

So when I met Joy Anderson last year, and heard about her “How to Start a Preschool” program, I was like “WHERE WERE YOU TWO YEARS AGO JOY?!?”

I have to tell you that I spent hours and hours (not to mention all the money) trying to find the best curriculum, figuring out what supplies to purchase, finding out what “legal stuff” I’d have to do…  I would have been thrilled to pay someone to show me how to do it, step by step.

If you’re looking for a way to earn some extra income from home, look no further!

NEXT WEEK Joy will teach you exactly how to start your own home preschool at her FREE Preschool Seminar this next week!  She’s had so many women asking for her to teach them that she’s now going to be presenting in: Meridian, Twin Falls, Pocatello, AND Idaho Falls this next week! You can see the dates and times (and reserve your seat!) at FreePreschoolSeminar.com.

What I love most, is that Joy is a preschool teacher herself.  She learned by trial and error, and runs a successful preschool (shhh, don’t tell her I told you that she’s rollin in it – she makes $4200 a month teaching preschool)!  She knows what she is doing (she’s got four little ones at home too!), plus I’ve met her on many occasions and think she is pretty fab (tell her you’re a fab fruGAL)!

Next week is your chance to learn how to start your own preschool at her Free Preschool Seminar.

She is limited on space, so you’ll want to hurry and go reserve your seat at her FREE Preschool Seminar.  On her site, you’ll see where you can get more information if you are from out of town or can’t make it to one of the seminars.   I personally know a few of our readers attended her last seminar in April and were thrilled with the results.  So you’re in luck – she’s doing it again!  Go register!

Comments

  • Stacey

    I attended her seminar the last time you advertised about it. I just thought it would be fair to add that while her seminar is free, her products she is trying to sell you are quite expensive.

    I attended the seminar expecting it to be super informative, but she focused too much on how she got to the point she’s at (her divorce, how she met her new hubby, her family, etc.) and not enough time on what you really need to know to start your own preschool. If you want that information you need to buy it. Her website offered way more information than her seminar.

    Also, her marketing tackets are not what I would call honest. My 2 cents…

    • Cathy

      Hey Stacey – Thanks for sharing your feelings. If you don’t mind, I just need to share my thoughts.

      Having been one that went through the process of starting a preschool on my own, I know for a fact that it would’ve been soo worth it to me to save myself wasted time, money, and hassle trying to get it started on my own. I cant even tell you how many hours online researching how to set up my preschool… not to mention the time/money spent looking for a good curriculum. I bought some online, I drove 30 minutes to an overpriced teachers store and bought some, I subscribed to a magazine, I bought a complete system online (that was not “cute”), I had some given to me, and then I found ANOTHER program that I finally used. That was a bunch of wasted time and money. To have a teacher hand me over her entire curriculum, marketing system, registration forms, licensing information, and give me information I didn’t even realized I would need, would have been a life saver for me. That is why I promote Joy and what she teaches. She does share information free, and that is awesome. And if someone wants to get into more specifics on the topic, if they’ve decided it is something that would work for them, yes, for a price, they could get very detailed information. I don’t think what she is asking for is outrageous when you consider all that is included. Anyway, sorry to ramble. 🙂 I am just excited about what she offers and sincerely wish she was around when I started my preschool 3 years ago.

    • Kelly

      I too went to the first seminar and had the exact same thoughts as Stacey. I will also add that I loved her products but cannot afford them. I think I was disappointed because it seemed like a gimmick to get you in the door with the word “free” to realize that she just wanted you to buy her products. Don’t get me wrong here I did like her products and have been trying for a long time since that seminar to come up with the money to purchase her time saving products. Just don’t like how it is presented.

  • Stephanie

    This is completely off topic but I am curious as to when and if you are going to have another couponing class in Nampa area. I really wanted to go to the last one and it was full when I finally figured out childcare. Thanks so much for all you do for us! You ladies are amazing!!!

  • Hi Stacey,

    Great to hear from you, and I’m glad you attended our last seminar in April. Did you know it was my very first seminar and I was super nervous? Wow! I had never done a seminar before and tried to do my very best, but yes, I accidentally rambled a bit too long (I tend to do that when I’m nervous.) But at each seminar (and even at that one) I teach my 7 secrets to how to start a preschool, and now that I’ve got a bit more experience speaking, the bulk of our seminars coming up will definitely be the 7 secrets, where there’s a ton of information I share. 🙂

    And 1.5 hours is definitely not long enough to cover everything someone needs to know to start their preschool and run it successfully. So to help those people out who want more training, I offer our products at the end of the seminar so those who need more help can get it.

    And as current preschool teachers will tell you (like Cathy mentioned above) when you start a new business without anyone’s help, you spend too much time and too much money “figuring it out.” I didn’t want anyone else to struggle through the business like I did, so after perfecting the home preschool business model I created products that have everything a woman needs to start her preschool. Of course, for those who want to figure it out themselves, they’re certainly welcome to. 🙂

    Thanks for letting me share this great opportunity Cathy!

    – Joy

  • Nikki

    I went to Joy’s seminar last time and thought she gave some great information in the limited time she had. So helpful. I have used her product and it has helped me create a successful preschool business of my own with out trying to reinvent the wheel or spend lots more money on other products that aren’t as good. I would totally recommend going if you are at all interested in starting your own preschool.

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