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Building & Growing Your Martial Arts School Part VII: Create Your Ideal Customer

Posted on 29 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 4 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

Defining Your Ideal Customer Profile

After defining your niche the next step is to break down your ideal customer profile. This is the profile of the optimal student/customer you desire to attract. You may have more than one, and your ideal customer may change as you develop and evolve your business. Start with the customers you need and want to attract now.

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How To Build & Grow Your Martial Arts School Part IV: Find & Develop Your Niche

Posted on 28 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 2 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

How To Find & Develop Your Niche

They say ‘if you try to be everything to everyone you will become nothing to anyone’. While this may be taking things a little to the extreme, it is crucial to develop your own niche in the martial arts industry.

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Planning The Building & Growth Of Your Martial Arts School Part III

Posted on 27 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 3 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

Planning: From Launch To Netting Your First $1,000,000

Wherever you are at in your mission to build a successful and profitable martial arts training center it is crucial to have a concrete plan. ‘Failing to plan is planning to fail’! You have probably been training for years to become the great martial artist you are today. That is your way of planning to be able to defend yourself and the ones you love. While planning for years to open your school may mean missing too many opportunities it does not make having a plan and a great marketing plan any less important.

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How To Build A Dojo Part II: Challenges Make Opportunities

Posted on 26 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 1 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

The Problems & Potential To Prosper

If you haven’t read our first in this series here it is: how to start a martial arts school.

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How To Start A Martial Arts School

Posted on 25 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 1 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

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Should Martial Arts Be Against The Law?

Posted on 29 July 2012 by Tony Hackerott

I have been putting off writing this post for a few days now because I am back and forth on this issue.  I will go ahead and throw it out there and you guys let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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The Taekwondo Beginner Uniform

Posted on 19 July 2012 by Tony Hackerott

Taekwondo is a sport that requires great agility, focus, and dedication. As much as the techniques are about fighting and self-defense, they also invoke self-respect and confidence. If you want to gain respect in your Taekwondo tactics, you must first appreciate the art itself. Part of showing appreciation to the craft of Taekwondo is by wearing the uniform, or dobok properly.

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Taegeuk Poomsae & Black Belt Dan Grading

Posted on 08 June 2012 by Tony Hackerott

The Taegeuk poomsae are formed in a way that enables the profound philosophy of Taegeuk to be an essential part of the techniques performed. Each Kwae is being reflected within each poomsae, which elucidates the Tae Kwon Do spirit as well as the profundity of its techniques.

The group of these eight poomsae is being taught and examined sequentially, from the yellow to black belt trainees.

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Should I Let My Child Learn Taekwondo?

Posted on 29 May 2012 by Tony Hackerott

In our last post we talked about how to find the perfect Taekwondo school, however what if you aren’t even to that point yet?  What if you are still deciding if “little Tommy” or “little Sara” should learn Taekwondo or not.  There are two issues that most parents worry about and the first one is that their child will get hurt while sparring.  However, in most reputable schools your child will not spar until he or she has the skills to protect themselves in a sparring session. Secondly, parent worry about their child becoming a bully and using their new found Taekwondo fighting skills in the school yard beating up the less fortunate kids.  However, in Taekwondo fighting is taught as the last resort and should only be used in self defense.

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Tips On Finding The Perfect Taekwondo School For Your Child

Posted on 24 May 2012 by Tony Hackerott

Taekwondo is one of the most popular martial arts in the entire world. One of the strongest factors in its growth is its emergence as very popular Olympic sport.  Every four years there is a spike in the members of Taekwondo students around the world. Another important factor in it’s growth is that there are numerous Taekwondo schools within any given community.

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