Tune in as George Fourie from Martial Arts Media™ covers Marketing Tips and Strategies for Martial Arts Business and School Owners. Get modern ideas from the digital world for lead generation and retention. Guest interviews with successful industry experts.
122 – From UFC Fight Pass To Dana White’s Contender Series ( With Ben Vickers )
Ben Vickers shares his UFC journey, from Eternal MMA’s 14... READ POST
121 – Is The ‘Anti-McDojo Mindset’ Sabotaging Your Martial Arts Business’s Success?
Cheyne McMahon and George Fourie discuss overcoming a somewhat outdated,... READ POST
120 – 3 Martial Arts Photo Mistakes That’s Hurting Your Brand And Reputation
If a picture says 1,000 words, what are yours saying... READ POST
119 – How To Run 70 Martial Arts Classes Per Week And Only Teach 6
Brett Fenton recently got married, went on 2 honeymoon vacations,... READ POST
118 – Why We Are Launching The Martial Arts Media™ App For Martial Arts School Owners
After 8 months of development, our beta launch for The... READ POST
117 – [Case Study] How Lindsay Guy 3x’d His Karate Business Coming Out Of Covid
Lindsay Guy is impacting many families while growing his karate... READ POST
Being a Taekwondo grandmaster. Great to listen to. Keep up the good work.
Gold for martial arts business owners
As a previous business owner although in a different field, I have found the podcasts informative and inspiring! Look forward to hearing future episodes.
Great podcast on two inspiring martial artists.
Great interview with Graham and Phil from WAIMA. I really enjoyed the attitude that the boys have in challenging themselves over and over. They really do provide us with an insight into their work ethic, professionalism and ideals.
Especially rewarding for me as I was their employer/instructor back in the day. I clearly remember the reasons behind my decision to employ Graham above all others and that move has been the start of a journey that has benefited the martial arts industry. Then my decision to combine Phil with Graham has been a joy to follow.
As an instructor, I have made many mistakes. Choosing Graham as a young Green belt to groom as an instructor has been a good choice. Helping Phil move into my old school as an instructor then owner has been equally beneficial.
Of note is the reaction by the boys when our paths occasionally cross. They always show me heartfelt respect and genuine interest in my life journey. My response to them is reciprocated.
It seems the WAIMA story is only just starting. I am sure you can appreciate this as a Dad sitting on the sidelines watching classes.
Anyway, great interview.