In the year 2000, an aspiring young instructor opened his martial arts school after several years of training in instruction and business under his master. To protect his privacy, we’ll call him Instructor B. He grew up in a very poor family of 16 children and had been working as a prison guard, so owning a martial arts school offered him quite a different opportunity to change his life. He had a respectable start, earning about $6,500 a month by the end of his first year. Then, his master recommended he start an after school program with summer camp. He was not enthusiastic, because they had tried an after school
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