Do you want to be known as the best salesman in your town? Would you be proud to call yourself “The Best Salesman in Martial Arts?”
Would you love to say, “I enroll 30 new students every month!?”
Or would you like to say, “I only need to enroll a half dozen students a month (and most come from referrals) to maintain my 250+ student base?”
Do you want to be known as an asset to your community, a person who improves people’s lives, and who is known as a “giver” and not a “taker” in this world?
Would like to be respected because of your character and not your bank balance (you can still make a great income, you just aren’t judged by it.)?
Or do want to be “the Best Salesman”?
Three of my Black belts, Jeff Denu, Matt Schaefer and Jeff Quirk, all have 400+ students (real students, not kickboxers) and none of them could sell a glass of water to a man dying of thirst. But you can bet your ass they can teach martial arts and are beloved in their communities. I couldn’t be prouder of them.
There are many roads to travel, my friend. Choose wisely, because they lead to very different places.