About

           Welcome to My Blog

I’m Laya from India

I started this blog in 2013 jan with some burning questions:

“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”

Teachers teach children to read, write, do math, and much more. They use games, videos, computers, and other tools to teach children different subjects.

  • How do teaching become successful ?
  • When is it okay to pursue a passion?
  • Why do a teacher become a blogger ?

Actually the reason behind the name youngest teacher for this blog is that I am a young girl who want to know more about the world and change this world.

If you have to know more about the world  and change this world, visit my blog.

If you have any suggestion or if you want to post some article related to my post,then please post it on my submit article page.

https://youngestteacher.wordpress.com/submit-article/

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For more write to us youngestteacher15@gmail.com.

27 thoughts on “About

  1. I cannot offer any answers as I do not have a real desire to write for a living. I started my blog for fun and that is the way I write. I do learn a lot from reading the writings of others and find interesting topics to write about.

    Perhaps that is the answer. Have fun and enjoy what you write and perhaps others will enjoy it too. 🙂
    Thanks for visiting my blog.

  2. Hey Teach!

    Here’s a quick rundown of what I can share:

    How do successful writers make a living?

    Success is defined differently by people but if we are to measure it by the way most publishing houses define it, then you’ll have to look at the likes of JK Rowling so making a living for that type is easy.

    For the rest of us mortals, then it’s on a daily basis of submitting your assignments on or before the deadline and spreading different articles to different publications or online platforms. But that’s for peasants, really. Your ultimate goal is to become a communications writer where they pay you big bucks and every bonehead decision you make can affect the lives of so many employees and stakeholders while the board is compelled by law to give you a raise. Think Wall Street Journal writers.

    What does it really take to get published?

    If you can’t date the daughter or son of a publisher, then your best bet is to come up with a pretty article/content that is newsworthy or relevant to the publication you wish to write for. This usually requires 10,000 hours of work before you can be called an expert unless, of course, you’re the son of the president or the pope, in which case you can write just about anything and you’ll get published.

    Just be sure not to say that you’re the daughter of the president or the pope. They might suspect something is amiss.

    When is it okay to pursue a passion?

    Traditionally, a passion is pursued because there’s nothing else you can do but pursue it. Of course, that was during the ancient times when inflation wasn’t high yet. Now I recommend that you have at least 6 months worth of your living expenses as an emergency fund before you can pursue your passion. After all, it’s kinda difficult to convince your landlord to say that you’re the next JK Rowling.

    Why do writers write?

    The misalignment of the stars, the conspiracy of Fates, or the misfortune of birth dictate that writers feed the monster we have and are compelled to string words together that would satisfy that hunger, regardless of race, color, creed, or language.

    I hope this helps you out, Teacher.

    If I had a teacher as pretty as you during my time, darn it, I would’ve studied Physics more and kick Stephen Hawking’s butt and I’ll be so rich I don’t need to write and I’ll be so lonely not being able to express myself in words but at least I can cry in my Porsche.

  3. I like what I see on your blog, and I see in your posts tips about learning English, etc.–which makes perfect sense according to your blog title, “youngest teacher.” But your about section says nothing about it. What do you do in India? Why did you choose the name “youngest teacher”?

    Thanks also for stopping by my site. 🙂

  4. Thank you for your “like” today on Shadows of Love.

    Wisdom is not promised with age, although being older gives you more experience. Wisdom comes by being humble and willing to learn, willing to search for and learn Truth.

  5. Thanks for following my blog. I used to work as a teacher, but now that I have a different profession I still somehow teach people around me through sharing my experiences. Keep writing 🙂

  6. Hey Laya! Thanks for following my blog at Address Is Not Available. By the way, I’m from India too 🙂 And there’s one question that you put up here and I feel I know the answer… For me, a teacher gets successful when his/her students can connect with him/her. That’s all that matters really. To be ABLE to understand. Cheers!

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