Tag Archives: Martial Arts Studio

Professor Ed Malley (A 1987 Article)

Click the link below to listen to the podcast: https://www.martialartsbusinessmagazine.com/professor-Ed-Malley-a-1987-article.mp3 Good afternoon, my fellow Americans and those martial arts listeners throughout the world. Welcome to another edition of martialartsbusinessmagazine.com. This is Dr. Rick Black. One of the things that I want to share with you today is a story that was written by a martial arts acquaintance and submitted to ...

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How to Stand Out in the Martial Arts Business World

I’ve mentioned “think out of the box” and “be creative” in my past articles a couple of times. It’s easy to say these words to people but the execution is the hard part. Being creative and doing something is new can be very hard, but when it succeeds, it’s very rewarding. Thinking of a new service or creating a new ...

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How to Manage Time Effectively

There is no such thing as “no time”. Everybody in the in the history of the world has been given the same amount of hours in a day. Just imagine if Bruce Lee had that same “no time” mentality. He would’ve never studied Wing Chun, never created Jeet Kune Do, never had the time to do 800 jumps on a ...

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Is it Time to Move Your Martial Arts School?

If you’re thinking of ways to cut costs or increase your revenue, you may want to consider the option of moving your martial arts school. It’s not the first thing that comes to mind when someone wants to save or earn more money, but moving a business is not unheard of. Especially now that the economy is picking up, more ...

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How to Keep Your Business on Track

Operating a martial arts school is a team effort. Lots of different people are involved into making your business goals a reality. But sometimes, managing a lot of different people can turn into a complicated mess. A lot of people have different perspectives, that’s why keeping things on tract is such a huge hassle. Have you ever experienced being in ...

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How to Build Your Reputation

We may not give too much importance on this topic, but your reputation has a huge impact on your martial arts school. Your past, whatever it is, built your current reputation. Maybe you were a strong competitor, or your family is famous for being great at business. These are some of the positive factors that affect your standing now in ...

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How to Improve Your Website

Nowadays, social media has been dominating the internet. That is the reason why you should allocate effort into maintaining your social media presence. There are a lot of social media websites that can improve your marketing and ultimately increase your sales and school memberships. Although this might be the latest craze, it doesn’t mean that you should altogether forget about ...

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Our Recent Travels

Click the link to listen to the podcast: http://level-meeting.flywheelsites.com/Our-recent-travels.mp3 Good morning, my fellow Americans and those listeners throughout the world. Welcome to another edition of martialartsbusinessmagazine.com. Today I want to talk to you about our trip, kind of what we have been doing for the last couple of months. Very recently, I was very fortunate enough to spend about a ...

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How to be a Green Company

Making your martial arts school green is a good financial decision. Aside from saving money, you will have a boost in your reputation as a school owner who cares for the environment. Come to think of it, it would be ironic to be a martial artist and not care for the environment. Nature has given martial artists countless sources of ...

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How to Handle Customer Complaints

Not all customers are satisfied customers. From time to time unhappy people who have purchased your merchandise or experienced your service will voice out their not-so approving comments. And honestly, when you’re on the other end of that angry line, it doesn’t feel good. Naturally, we all want everything to be just pleasant and perfect, but what most of us ...

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