Branding: From the Ring to the Screen, and All Things in Between, Part 2

As I began to do all of this, I developed a team of committed students. They understood the message and began to deliver it to others. This was never as evident as when I had the opportunity to go study in China for 30 days. My students banded together and kept my business running in my absence; this really showed me the power of teamwork and loyal customers. It’s often said that the martial arts is a way of life. You have to live it 24/7. That’s also what true branding is all about. By living your brand, it establishes trust, loyalty, and strong, extended family bonding. Today I learn

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