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MAT Magazine-The Official Publication of the Martial Arts Teachers’ Association

MAT Magazine-The Official Publication of the Martial Arts Teachers’ Association

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In this issue, we say good bye to the Martial Arts legend Joe Lewis, Learn How to Collect Martial Arts Tuition, Design a Martial Arts Curriculum, Learn How Martial Arts Employees are Different than Martial Arts Owners plus Martial Arts Marketing and more.
In this issue, we say good bye to the Martial Arts legend Joe Lewis, Learn How to Collect Martial Arts Tuition, Design a Martial Arts Curriculum, Learn How Martial Arts Employees are Different than Martial Arts Owners plus Martial Arts Marketing and more.

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Welcome to Martial Arts Teachers(MAT) Magazine, brought to youby the Martial Arts Teachers’ Association and Pro-Star MartialArts.MATMagazine is optimizedfor allplatforms so you can read itonyourmobile, pad, laptop ordesktop.Being a pdf there are a numberof ways you can read itformaximum experience.
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In This Issue
P3. As I See It by John GradenP8. Martial Arts Day at Cowboys StadiumP10.Pro-Star CurriculumConceptP14.Pro-Star Faculty BoardP23.Saying Goodbye to aLegendP26.QR Codes for Your SchoolP27. Is Your Site Mobile Ready?P28. The Masters on ChangeP29. Nine Year Old with NightmaresP31. Health and Fitness Network
Tuesday, September 25, 12
 
JohnGradenAs I See It
While it may not sound like it in the media today, America's ruggedindividualism forged a new world for possibilities that never existedbefore. One of the best examples I can offer is this. It's common foradults to say to kids, "What do you want to be when you grow up?"That question did not exist prior to America and it still does not existin many countries today.America created a risk/reward ratio that also never existed prior to ourfounding. Regardless of where you start, you have a chance to improveyour life. If you are willing to work and risk you have a much better shotat moving up than those who are unwilling.As a business owner, it's important that you understand this. You aretaking a huge risk that employees do not. You deserve a higher reward.Continued...
The Difference Between Youand Your Employees
Tuesday, September 25, 12

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