Martial Arts Leadership During a Pandemic, Part 1

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You are born to lead. You may choose to follow. Many of our greatest leaders were first placed in situations and circumstances in which they had to make a decision in order to create a change. This is what I call the “birth of leadership,” the person that moves forward, the outcome unbeknown to them. For the martial arts community this is where the rubber meets the road. During a pandemic is the real test of leadership. Your students, parents, and the community are watching your next move as a martial arts business owner and instructor. This is a great opportunity to grow yourself as we move forward through the

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is president of Karate International of Durham, Inc., a member of the American Martial Arts Association Sport Karate League and Hall of Fame, and has been a member of the Duke University P.E. Staff for over 25 years. He is the author of Zen Mind-Body Mindfulness Meditation and Zen Mind-Body Mindfulness Meditation for Martial Arts, as well as several other books, programs, and audio CDs on meditation and success training.