Home » Martial Arts Management

Martial Arts Management

Martial Arts Management

The Essence of Good Time Management, Part 2: Where Do You Perform Well?

BrianTracy

Project Forward Five Years Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad, the strategic planners who wrote the book, Competing for the Future, encourage decision makers to project forward several years when they strategically plan. The authors encourage executives to imagine that their company is the top company in the industry some years in the future. They then ...

Read More »

The Seven Qualities of a Champion

Jhoon

When I first became a Taekwondo instructor, I claimed that my martial art is a philosophy that can be very instrumental in developing our youth through mental discipline and physical conditioning. However, I had a difficult time justifying to myself how punching and kicking could be a philosophy. In the early 1970’s, I was writing ...

Read More »

Are You a Leader or Manager?

ChrisDewey-1

Have you ever wondered if you are a manager or a leader? Or are you perhaps a bit of both? Was General Patton a great leader or a phenomenal manager of his resources? Or was Patton a resource that was used effectively by his superiors? In order to ponder these questions, let’s look at the ...

Read More »

The Power of Truth, Integrity and High Ethics

ethics

How important is truth in today’s world? As a salesperson, one of the biggest misconceptions of our profession is that we will say anything to make a sale. To the public, and sometimes to ourselves, it appears that the end objective is more important than telling the truth. That is just not true for the Conscious Salesperson. Our job is to find the benefits and value of our product or service for our prospects and tell them the truth. When it comes to making a sale, what are your...

Read More »