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There are certain key numbers you should keep track of to help you maintain control of your school, and know if you’re doing the right kind of work to make your school successful. Remember, “What gets counted gets done.” Prepaid Programs—There are three ways for a student to pay for their classes: prepay in full, in half the program length or less (e.g., a six-month program paid off in two months), or monthly (the worst way). Twenty to 50% of new students will prepay for their basic program if it’s properly presented to them. Those who prepay stay. Those who pay less stay less. Understanding how to teach your students how

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Grandmaster Lawrence Arthur
Grandmaster Lawrence Arthur has been a martial artist, specializing in Karate, Kung Fu, Kenpo, Shotokan, and Goja Ryu, since 1968. He owns 40 Super Kick Karate locations and is founder of the American Freestyle Karate Association (AFKA). A world champion and hall of famer, Lawrence also runs the Black Belt Success Systems consulting firm, which trains martial arts instructors on proper business practices and is used by schools all over the country.