The 10 Things You MUST Do to Thrive, Part 3

Thriving business
9. Separate your hobby from your business The vast majority of school owners confuse their interests as a “hobbyist” with their role as a professional educator. You must not forget that your interests and needs as a black belt are different than the interests and needs of most of those who are interested in taking lessons from you. While you should never lose your zest for personal training, you must structure an appropriate curriculum for your target audience. Once that’s done, you basically teach the same thing over and over to a constantly changing group of students (i.e. new students coming in all the time). Beginners turning into intermediates, intermediates

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