Martial Art School Business Models

Martial art school business models

Note: The following article is an excerpt from my upcoming book, Martial Art School Business Growth Strategies. Okay, so now let’s look at some different martial art school business models, so we can have an idea of the various different ways that a dojo or martial arts instruction business can be run profitably. The reason…

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A Dojo Owner’s Resolution List For 2017

2017 resolutions for martial art school owners

So, this Sunday we’ll be ringing in the New Year. Are you looking forward to 2017, or dreading it? I sincerely hope you’re looking forward to it. But if not, may I suggest something? While everyone else is making resolutions to lose weight, get in shape, and drop the weight they lost over the holidays,…

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Winning The Mental Game of Running A Martial Art School

depression and the martial art school owner

Okay, so let’s talk about depression and the martial art school owner. The first thing I’m going to say is that, if you are depressed, go see a mental health professional, either a therapist, counselor, or psychiatrist. The days of there being a stigma against seeing a therapist to talk through issues are long gone.…

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How To Avoid Becoming A Starving (Martial) Artist…

avoid becoming a starving martial artist

The Tragedy of the Starving Artist I’ve known a lot of artists in my time, mostly because I admire people who are artistic. I like being around them, because they tend to have unique perspectives on life and culture. Among the artists I’ve known there have been brilliant painters, musicians, photographers, and writers. People who had…

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Your Dojo Is Failing And This Is Why

your dojo is failing and this is why

Before you click the “back” button, I want you to know that I’m not trying to sell you anything in this article. Nope. Today I’m just here to give you some friendly advice. Here’s why… A Curious Trend A few days ago, you might have noticed a postscript to one of my daily emails that said…

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