Attendance is a useful tool for managing the process of belt testing and promotions. By using attendance as a guideline, you can manage belt testing easier and ensure students are ready to test and test when they are ready.
Too often business owners get lost in the day-to-day running of things and forget to take the time to be strategic. But creating a well structured business plan for your martial arts school has many benefits
Motiving your team to recruit new students helps you get more benefit out of all the ideas we’ve given you so far. Motivated team members serve as your eyes and ears, looking out for interested prospects and then getting them in the door.
Recruiting new students is something all school owners want to be better at, but it’s a process that takes time and constant work. If you put off the process and only think about it when you actually need new students, you’ll end up scrambling and working harder than you have to. But if you diligently work at it a few hours a week, you’ll have a steady stream of new faces throughout the year.
When I was at the Martial Arts SuperShow a few weeks ago, I sat in on a number of terrific sessions. One of those, “Ten Things That Make an Introductory Lesson Great,” by Myles Baker was particularly helpful. Myles is the Vice President of the Martial Arts Management Group & Premier Martial Arts. Here are the tips that he shared.
You may be wondering, “why are phone skills so important?” The answer is that a phone call is usually the first interaction a prospective student or parent has with your fitness business. And, your success depends upon booking that person for an appointment to come in.
If you’re one of the thousands of martial arts business owners heading to the Martial Arts SuperShow, here are a few things to pack and other ideas for making the most out of the event.
Opening your own martial arts school can be an exciting time, but do you know how to reduce overhead to set your school up for future success? Get tips!