About the Instructor
An-Shu Stephen Hayes has authored 20 books, worked as a body guard for the Dali Lama, supervised over 30 school locations worldwide, and was named “A legend; one of the 10 most influential living martial artists in the world” by Black Belt Magazine.
Course – Improving the Standards of Martial Arts Schools
This course will challenge the student to consider the importance of raising the bar of standards in martial arts business. It explains the basic areas to bring up for establishing new standards on a higher level in your martial arts school for the most impact. Here is the content for the course:
Section 1 – Course and Lesson Preparation
The first section brings to the forefront the Importance of Preparation for providing the best courses and lessons for students.
Section 2 – Changing the Poverty Mentality
This section expresses the need to Put Aside the Poverty Mindset that prevails and prevents school owners from Financial Success.
Section 3 – Raising the Standards of Your Martial Arts School
This segment explains why All Areas of Your School can be elevated by raising the bar on the standards for your school.
Section 4 – Building a School Culture
This segment deals with Establishing the Environment you want to be emphasized to have an exceptional martial arts culture.
Section 5 – Creating an Engaging Curriculum
This segment shows how to have a Dynamic School Curriculum that is engaging and keeps students coming back for more.
Section 6 – Transmitting Your Curriculum to Your Students
Finally, this last section explains Great Teaching Strategies to pass along your life changing curriculum to more of your students.
What Will You Learn?
- You will gain insight into what it takes to elevate the standards of your school for greater impact on your students' lives
Improving the Standards of Martial Arts Schools
Course And Lesson Preparation21:23
Changing The Proverty Mentality10:41
Raising The Standards of Your Martial Arts School06:52
Building a School Culture08:52
Creating an Engaging Curriculum12:35
Transmitting Your Curriculum to Your Students12:35