Set a Realistic Goal for Yourself

Set a Realistic Goal for Yourself

I wish you enough growth to know that you are capable enough not just as a martial artist but also as a person.

I wish you success to remain humble and grateful.

Set a realistic goal for yourself that you can sustain and once you’ve accomplished them set goals again don’t forget the yin yang effect 

For every goal that you want to accomplish make sure you have a plan and more importantly how you keep sustaining the goals that you have accomplished. 

Some people work so hard to accomplish their goals but not too many of them have plans to sustain what they have accomplished.

It takes true commitment and discipline, the ability to sustain what we already have, and to keep attaining higher goals. 

Never let the success get the best of you.

The Most Uncomfortable Thing to Do as a School Owner

The Most Uncomfortable Thing to Do as a School Owner

Most of us started building our own school because of the impact that the martial arts have on us and it is something that we want to share with the world. 

So opening a school is not just a business, but also a passion. And when we are passionate about something, money is the last equation. 

I hope all of you realize that we can be passionate and also live the lifestyle of our dreams in martial arts. Our industry is thriving. 

It is our nature as human beings that if we do something brand new or do something out of our comfort zone can be challenging. 

You have the right to be compensated in return for teaching them the impact and benefits of martial arts, and the way how it impacted you as a school owner. 

You can’t put a price tag on confidence, focus and discipline therefore don’t be afraid to ask about the tuition, and don’t be afraid to ask them to pay in full.

This is an investment for the students because the return is greater than the monetary value. 

That is one thing you got to start understanding and get comfortable with asking for large amounts of money from your students. 

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