Like her, I have not made that much money on Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) website on the first year. I have refused to give up. I love creating and selling clip art sets on TpT. I continue doing so regardless if I get less sales, more sales, or none at all. I have a picture of myself on my TpT profile or store webpage. I want to help my family financially. I plan to donate money to different charities. I am going to become as successful as she is.
We are also similar in that we both want to help our families and others financially. I plan to donate money to different charities. Plus, I need to pay off my expensive student loans.
For those who quit or want to give up doing something that is productive and would make a positive difference to others, follow Deanna Jump's actions:
- Continue making and putting digital products on sale.
- Get help from another person if needed.
- Stay positive.
- Become (more) likable to others.
- Show your actual picture on your TpT profile/store, website, or blog (so others would know that you are human).
- Communicate and treat your buyers as friends.
Just in case I need help on improvement of my digital TpT products, I can always contact or visit her TpT store. I should do the same with other top TpT sellers too. Whatever they say or do means so much for me because they have made over a million dollars but I have not.
I understand why Deanna's last name is "Jump". She has jumped her way to the top. No one or nothing can make her fall.
Deanna Jump - Mrs. Jump's Class