Hello and welcome! I’m Mikayla – a Work-at-Home Mom (WAHM), an online ESL Teacher, an MBA degree and TEFL certificate holder, and a personal growth addict. I’ve also self-published two short novels on Amazon under my pen name! I am passionate about helping busy women learn how to earn an income from home while maintaining a healthy life balance. I’m not saying my way is the right way and it’s definitely not the only way. It’s my way and if it works for just one other person than I will have accomplished my goal. I’m truly loving my life right now and want you to love yours too!
I’ve been marketing online since 2006, doing just about everything you can think of…. affiliate marketing, network marketing, paid ads, email, social media, video, blogging, and more. I also worked as a professional management and marketing consultant for over 15 years from the comfort of my home.
At the end of 2016, my primary management consulting client decided to close his business due to industry changes. The truth is, I had grown tired of consulting anyway, so I took some time off of work to self-reflect and decide what I wanted to do next. With a love of children, a passion for making a difference, and a desire to continue working from home, I began to explore the world of ESL teaching online. Following extensive research, I decided to make DaDaABC my new home.
I continue to teach for DaDaABC today, while crafting and creating fiction in my free time. I also earned a 150-hour Master Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate since I started teaching. I love what I do and am more than delighted to share it with you here! MikaylasWay.com has always been a way for me to help people benefit from what I’ve learned about working from home and marketing online. You know, the stuff that I know is working now! And, of course, everything here comes with the benefit of my experience so it’s all done my own special way… Mikayla’s Way.
I hope you find the information here useful, educational, informative, entertaining, motivating, and maybe even sometimes enlightening. I am wishing you happiness and success, my friend.