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You are going through some very normal concerns. With good planning and good networking, you can make some real meaningful progress.
Please let me where you are going to school, what your major might be, why you chose it, and who might you know who is doing what you think that you want to do. Also, what is it you want to do in your career and why?
I am enclosing a link to my career advice blog, which was put together by the people at Career Village. Please review it, as it is a good way to become familiar with what I have learned over the years and through my teaching and coaching many people have had much success.
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Looking forward to working with you to help you to reach fulfilment!
I think this is a question of personal time, and willingness to give up other areas. Being a teacher is a very demanding job, and most do not have a typical clock-in/clock-out scenario. If gymnastics coaching is a passion, apply to schools with gymnastics teams or extra-curricular activities. This can allow you to teach and coach within the same setting. Hope this helps!