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Entrepreneur.com wrote about “,, former ballerina and stunt woman has turned her love of martial arts into an empire

One step Barnes’s took was “…. the phrase she coined–“positive dialogue response,” meaning motivating children with praise rather than fear–worldwide. She has written instructors manuals and produced DVDs used by teachers worldwide, she spreads her teachings by speaking at national conventions, and she has written a new children’s book series–soon to be turned into a feature film–titled The Black Belt Club. Says Barnes, “If one seed of self-esteem can be planted in one child, that child is going to grow up and make a difference for other people…“Karate Kids , “This former ballerina and stunt woman has turned her love of martial arts into an empire.” By Sara Wilson

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July 27, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , ,

4 Comments »

  1. I would recommend “.. at How To Handle Telephone Inquiries to Your Martial Arts School” By Christopher Cail .

    Have a good night!

    Devin Willis

    Comment by prosperstudentcare | August 5, 2008 | Reply

  2. James,

    I wanted to share a brilliant paper “The Effect of Modern Marketing on Martial Arts and Traditional Martial Arts Culture”

    I think It would help give prospective on why marketing is so important for the martial arts instructor, trying to to pay his/her bills

    Take care,

    Devin Willis

    Comment by prosperstudentcare | August 10, 2008 | Reply

  3. BTW- A great an interesting read “MeetInnovators + Ethan Willis”

    Comment by prosperstudentcare | August 10, 2008 | Reply

  4. I thing Ethan Willis would agree with the below:

    Karate Kids
    This former ballerina and stunt woman has turned her love of martial arts into an empire.
    By Sara Wilson

    Martial Arts Marketing Canada-Resources and tips on how to market your martial arts school or any business successfully.

    Comment by Jon Frensen | September 8, 2008 | Reply


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