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Ethan Willis and E-strengths assessment helps Martial Artists

You’ll discover your own strengths and passions in this quick E-strengths assessment. The insight you may really help improve your success. If you are teaching at your own school or gym (or want to) You are already an entrepreneur, or in the process of becoming one–you just need a little guidance to finish the task.

Take your E-strengths assessment and is FREE The online  Assessment is designed to identify your  strengths and weaknesses. And youreself will see how it could help you with your students. I did and found it useful. Let me know what you think!

I will pass it along!

James

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July 18, 2008 - Posted by | Ethan Willis, Prosper Learning, research | , , ,

15 Comments »

  1. My name is Larry. I have trained in martial arts for the last 17 years..

    I trained with Don Garon since 1992 at his Karate Academy, and Don’s background is in Parker/Tracy Kenpo, Okinawan Kenpo, and Shotokan, then in 1984 he began training under Dan Inosanto and remains a student of his to this day.

    I started training in IsshinRyu Karate back in the early 80’s under a man named Jim Stanley, who trained under Tom Voelker. The IsshinRyu System is well known and can be researched easily.I meet Devin Willis at the Long Beach Internationals in the 80’s through student and Parker friend Mr. Jorge Obergon(?)

    I asked myself How do you define my school or Gym a success? What does it take for an me to succeed in todays world? My favorite Squidoo “Success Lenses”

    FYI, I have read Ethan Willis’s book and I think Prosper Learning inc, and in my case has helped increase my student enrollment by 5% so far this year. That is pretty good considering. For the record I do not like Modern Kung Fu,I think It is to disorganized for me and that is why it may worked forDevin Willis and James Berry and others,
    Regards,
    Larry McDonnell

    Comment by Larry McDonnell | July 18, 2008 | Reply

  2. James,

    Please come check out our page:

    Prosper Learning’s student Care because Devin is a big part of what we do here;0)
    http://prosperstudentcare.wordpress.com/

    or more on Ethan Willis
    http://rollyo.com/search.html?q=Ethan+willis&sid=web

    Comment by prosperstudentcare | July 18, 2008 | Reply

  3. “…I tried to talk to Prosper CEO Ethan Willis, but I haven’t heard anything from anybody since 2/22/05. my husband and I have continued with the study materials and coaching sessions. I strongly feel no one from Prosper wants to follow their commitment to us and are only concerned about their well being rather than ours….

    Jenny
    Chandler, Arizona
    U.S.A.

    See-
    http://ripoffreport.com/reports/0/232/ripoff0232961.htm

    Comment by Jenny | July 21, 2008 | Reply

  4. To gain the most from this report, please read through the entire report thoroughly.

    Thank you,
    James

    Comment by jamesbr42 | July 23, 2008 | Reply

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  8. I just visited the Prosper Learning Blog I think people will find it useful as it grows;0)

    Take care,

    “Devin Willis”

    Comment by prosperstudentcare | August 21, 2008 | Reply

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  12. You are already an Instructor, Discover your own strengths and passions in this quick E-strengths assessment and learn something about yourself.
    The One MinuteEntrepreneuris offering a an E-strengths Assessment where you can discover your own strengths and use the insight you gain to help improve your success as a teacher.

    Discover your true strengths and talents:

    * Strengthen your leadership abilities
    * Boost your confidence
    * Align your individual goals and competencies
    * Start on the path to living the life of your dreams

    Jon

    Comment by Jon Frensen | September 8, 2008 | Reply

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  14. Devin Willis and Ethan Willis are good people! I trained with Devin and some of our Instructors took the coaching years later from Prosper. They loved it!!!
    JH

    Comment by Jeff | September 19, 2008 | Reply

  15. Back in the day. I heard Devin made Ethan gight grown men! Now that is such a mormon thing to do!!!!

    Comment by Mormon Martial Arts | October 24, 2008 | Reply


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