Which type of Martial Arts School Owner are You?

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From my 30 years of experience in the martial arts industry, interacting with business leaders and running my own large multi-school organization, I have noted two primary management styles used by school owners. I have seen the Solitary Samurai and the Delegation Master and their focus for professional success. 1. The Solitary Samurai: If you want a job done right, you do it yourself. For this style, martial arts is about control, and you extend that control to your business. You teach all the classes, enroll all the students, meet with students and parents when they have problems, write all the checks to pay the bills, and personally supervise all

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Kirk Pelt
is an 8th degree black belt and is the President of a multi-million dollar, multi-school organization, has a 30 year track record of success, and is currently on the leading edge of martial arts curriculum and business innovation.