Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Table Fables Founder Rebecca Ginger
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Table Fables founder Rebecca Ginger is my guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview.
She is a lady who first connected with the show as a listener.
However once she told me about her dreams for the future with Table Fables and the hustle she is showing daily then onto the show she came.
Added to how she wants to change the lives of millions of children across the world then she wasn’t going to be only a listener anymore.
This is a lady who is moving forward to where she wants to be by hook or by crook.
How The Dots Joined Up For Tables Fables
As she says “I was very dyslexic as a child, and rather failed at school, until the last year when I worked out a system to remember things.
After lot’s of hard work I finally made it to a Producer Director and ended up winning a film documentary award at ceremony.
This was the same ceremony where the BBCs classic programmes Blue Planet and The Office also won.
Then I went on and created, produced & directed the longest running show on MTV uk which is still loved by teenagers and all skate boarders around the world.
My children must never know I was involved in it!
However at this point i felt it was time to take some time out, so I slowed down to raise my 3 children as TV work and children aren’t a good combination.
Which lead med to my passion project. “
The work that will be her legacy is called Table Fables, which has been created to help children everywhere learn their times tables.
Not in a boring way, but in a fun and enjoyable way, against the classic repeat in a drone until you fall into a coma method.
Table Fables Her Legacy Work
TABLE FABLES are fun memorable short stories that teach children the times tables.
Children remember the numbers by recalling the funny story, with their mantra being LEARN FUNNY.
The technique is based on the peg memory system.
This is when children get the ability to remember the numerical position of items on a list, in or out of sequence.
The peg system has been proven to be one of the most effective memory aids used to date.
Each number, from 1 to 12, is represented by a character.
Two characters (e.g. 8 Snowman & 3 mouse) interact to create a funny, short story, which reveals the answer.
This has already helped hundreds of children already and hopefully millions more in the future.
So what gave her the idea to start helping children across the world?
Was it her own childhood struggles or simply a business opportunity?
And where have the been the key areas of growth that our listeners can duplicate in their own online ventures?
Well let’s find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Rebecca Ginger
During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Rebecca Ginger such as:
Rebecca shares how the idea for Tables Fables first came to her, due to her own children s difficulties.
We discuss why the validation of others was such an important part of the growth process of her business.
Rebecca reveals how powerful Upwork was for her business by finding affordable talent that helped grow her business quickly.
We both reveal why our own childhoods education was less than inspiring, and why the world is changing for the better in our kids lives.