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The largest event for martial arts business owners, the Martial Arts SuperShow, is right around the corner. With so many options crammed into three short days, how can you get the most out of this year’s SuperShow?
Hosting summer camps at your school is a no-brainer way to generate big revenue. Many schools generate a significant portion of their yearly revenue in the summer months.
Zen Planner will return to the Martial Arts SuperShow again this summer with another year of experience under our belt and a lot of exciting new things to share at booth #511. Below are some details for what to expect at our booth, as well as some resources for attending the show.
Have you heard of the concept, influence versus authority? It’s an excellent tool for teachers, based on the foundation of using your influence instead of your authority to motivate students.
Fortunately, there are many available methods for schools to appeal to adults that will help them fit martial arts into a modern working lifestyle. The keys to filling adult classes are to emphasize the real-world benefits of study and to offer adult-friendly class times.
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
The benefits of fitness networking are innumerable, from generating awareness of your business to positioning yourself as a thought leader to sharing knowledge.
The martial arts industry is ever-evolving & new fitness programs based around it are constantly being introduced. See some of the latest industry trends!
As a school grows, it becomes harder and harder for the owner to be present in each of the students’ lives. But if the vision, responsibility and practices are shared down and owned by the other instructors and employees, that community can continue to grow stronger.