Is Poverty Mentality Hurting Your School?

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Tennis and golf—these are considered upper class activities. Generally speaking, the martial arts are not usually considered high class. I had a person point out to me one time, “Well, take a look through the golf magazine and martial arts magazine and look at who advertises.”  In the golf magazine you’ve got Porsche advertising, Breitling watches, and great scotches… and you look through martial arts magazines and it’s all these companies with animal names on it. It’s kind of embarrassing to me, but I think maybe a lot of us came in with this poverty mentality: An idea that some people are lucky and they have a great lifestyle, but

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An-Shu Stephen Hayes
has authored 20 books, worked as a body guard for the Dali Lama, supervised over 30 school locations worldwide, and was named “A legend; one of the 10 most influential living martial artists in the world” by Black Belt Magazine