This style of parenting has been called overprotective, over-controlling and over-perfecting. Even though today’s parents have good intentions, they often parent from a place of fear, anxiety, guilt and peer pressure. As a martial arts professional, you must be prepared to meet these parents head on so you can relate to them and retain your students.
The MAIA Launch program was built, in part to dispel the myth that getting more bodies through the front door is an automatic marker of success. The program focuses on the reality that making adjustments to the way a martial arts school is running can completely change the trajectory of that school.
See how you can incorporate Rudolph's advice into your curriculum boasting revenue and retention rates.
Michael A. Swain, Sr. Loss Control Specialist with Markel Insurance Company gives some tips to keep your school on the defense.
Learn more about the incredible rags-to-riches story of one of martial arts great ambassadors, John Paul DeJoria.
MAIA Executive Director, Frank Silverman, offers insight as a martial arts school owner, himself, the best way he has found to retain martial arts school staff members.
“If I knew then what I know now, I would have done things differently.” Sound familiar? Many martial arts business owners say this over and over again. Take a look at this list of things to consider when making plans for your school or when preparing to open a new school.
Recently, I was speaking to a client and he asked what it takes to make your martial arts business thrive. I explained that, in business, it simply isn’t good enough to “get by.” You have to implement the systems that ensure success. Here are the six strategies I shared with him...
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