Martial Arts Blog - KickFit Consulting

Oct
06

Reduce Quits Through the FFF Method!!

“A student is one step

closer to their Black belt

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Oct
06

10 Words You Must AVOID When Selling Memberships

Words Have Power Words Have Power

10 Words you must AVOID when selling Martial Arts memberships.

Written by Christopher Allen, Kickfit Consulting Ltd.

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Oct
06

Martial Arts - it should never need to be a hard sell!!!

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Why you must adopt a consultative sales approach to selling martial arts memberships in the 21st Century!

By Christopher Allen, Kickfit Consulting Ltd.

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Oct
06

Branding - more than just a logo!! Part 2

branding more than just a logo!!

Branding – what is a brand and why you MUST develop one for your martial art school

Continued from part one, please read this article before this one.  The link is https://www.kickfitconsult.com/blog/branding-more-than-just-a-logo

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Oct
06

Branding – more than just a logo!! Part 1

branding Branding - More than just a logo!!

Branding – what is a brand and why you MUST develop one for your martial art school

Which Supermarket Brand best matches your Martial Arts School?  Are you a Waitrose or Lidl?

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Jun
01

A Shot In The Dark

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Over the years I’ve been fortunate enough to meet many school owners who are passionate about the martial arts. Their own skill and desire for their students to succeed is endless.

However many of them, don’t have a roadmap of statistics to show them how they are doing at present and what the future holds.
Outside of the martial arts, businesses rely on statistics or key performance indicators (KPI) as the business barometer. I believe that, hand in hand with teaching great classes and outstanding customer service, school owners should be keeping regular statistics.

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Oct
05

Who Guides You?

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Are you aiming high both Personally and Professionally?

I remember Mrs Crabtree back at primary school. She had a lovely manner and made learning interesting. New to the school, I enjoyed my first year in her class, made friends and I'm sure it gave me a great foundation for school success.

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Sep
28

The Experience

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Want to stand out from other martial arts schools in your area?
What about being the activity of choice for children in your town?

What's the experience a new or existing student receives at your school? Is it great only the first time or is it consistently great every time they visit?

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