One of the weakest mindsets is having a scarcity mindset.
Unfortunately, this is rampant among some martial arts school owners – having resentment towards other martial arts schools in town.
Not having the scarcity mindset, or not having the mindset that the other martial arts school in town are my competition.
Always focus on growth – growing yourself as a person and doing your best at what you love.
Martial arts is one style, it is important to understand that united we stand.
Now is the time to really change your thinking. We need to be united more than ever and the school across the street is part of our family – the martial arts family.
They are teaching the values of martial arts just like you are in our community.
Our advice is to reach out to your competition, talk to them and shake their hands and acknowledge that you are both a martial artists and that if they need help you’ll be there.
Collaborating with the school within your town is a way to promote the values and spirit of martial arts and let the community know how important what we are doing is.
It is our responsibility to inspire, motivate, and instill values that we need more than ever.
If you do this, you will rise so much within yourself by having a level of humility.
Embrace, encourage and inform the school owners near you that you are their friend and not a competition – that you are all martial artists with the same purpose, to teach what you are passionate about.
The only person that you are in competition with is yourself – to be a better you every day that you wake up and be grateful to make a difference in your community.
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