Most of the martial arts masters I speak with on a daily basis became professional instructors because they wanted to share with others the benefits they had received from practicing the martial arts. They remember the close bond they had with their own master, and the impact he had on their lives. They hope they can earn that kind of respect from their own students and have a similar effect on their lives. They did not open a martial arts school so that they could chase after people for money. That just wasn’t part of the game plan. Unfortunately, things happen. The primary income of a martial arts school is
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