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The Management Master Plan

How to Manage Your Martial Arts School

The Process Builder

The Process Builder is a MATA tool that provides a series of road maps for each part of your system. It lays out the specific steps needed to accomplish each result.

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Set New Goals for Your School

Good statistic tracking allows you to work backward toward setting goals. When you know how many leads it takes to enroll one student it helps you to plan your marketing.

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Goals to Shoot For

Good statistic tracking allows you to work backward toward setting goals. When you know how many leads it takes to enroll one student it helps you to plan your marketing.

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How to Raise Tuition

Raising your tuition is an easy way to net more profit for your school, as long as you’re giving your students double that in service, it’s likely that it won’t be a problem.

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Tracking your "reAL" Student Count

Do you know your Active Student Count? How about your Active Paying Student Count? How many students are consistently attending classes each week and paying monthly tuition?

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Cash Management Tips

One of the biggest reasons that so many martial arts schools fail is simply due to cash management issues. Here are four rock-solid tips to improve your cash management.

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Confirming Appointments

Have you ever noticed how often a dentist or doctor’s office will confirm your appointment? They call you. They text you. They email you. It’s because appointment density is critical.

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The Student Audit

We’re going to make sure that your students have current memberships and are paying them. We’ll also make sure students have signed an injury waiver or hold harmless agreement.

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The Art of Successful Delegation

You can’t do everything by yourself. While there will be certain jobs that only you can do, there will be others that you can delegate to a staff member or leadership team member.

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Tracking Gross Revenue

An important part of the statistics that you should keep is your Revenue numbers. These should be recorded by source daily and checked against your goals on a weekly basis.

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Be Careful with Cash Outs

There are different approaches to students “cashing out” their classes versus monthly billing. Learn the fundamental difference between cash-out and monthly billing.

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12 Revenue Streams

Here are the first six of 12 revenue streams. Think of a revenue stream like the leg of a table. The more legs you have the more sturdy the table will be. Your school is that table.

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