58 thoughts on “How To Grow Your Martial Arts School (Without Wasting Money or Time) 🥋💰👍

  1. Sensei Jesse, several months ago August 2018 I left a comment on one of your videos stating that I was about to open a Karate Dojo in Honduras Central America. I can say it has been successful, but My flow of new students has stopped and I have been thinking of ways to attract new students. This video has come as an eye opener for me, and your words very inspiring. Thank you very much. I wish you more success and also thank you for all you do for Karate. God Bless Sensei.

  2. Hey Jesse, my karate nerd dude. Another great video you posted. I’m thinking of doing the same how-to-grow-your-business technique that you’re doing for me expanding my social group that may have to do something with karate. Thanks for the idea and hope I can tell you all about it if I can. Keep up the vids.

  3. Great initiative Sensei Jesse, I was lucky enough to grown up in a family of marketing and economists. So even though I chose another path, I have been very aware marketing and especially using social media, but always responsible. But always with the Dojo in focus and what we can offer, but always targeted at everyone from 3 – 100 years old. You can never be too young or too old to start training Karate. Great video as usual, Sensei!🙏

  4. Excellent motivational and inspiring speech Sensei Jesse, greatly appreciated, Osu! 👍 ☺ ✌

  5. Greetings from Ukraine, Jesse! Great performance out there! How important for a karate school is to be in any sort of karate association?

  6. This where we at. All we have is 3 people cause we left our old school when my friend became a Sifu. I advertise on facebook, meet up groups, website. I get people interested but I can't get people to actually commit to coming. We do first class free and we got it cheap as hell right now. I was thinking about posting ads in gyms on billboards. We do wing Chun. But just out of a garage right now. But we live by military base so we trying to get a gym there where it's free. But definitely hard to keep people cause everyone thinks they can learn it all the first day.

  7. I totally agree with what you said. I take life like the old games of super mario if you don't keep mowing forward and adapting yourself in any situation using the tools that it is given to you correctly you might gonna be eaten by the world who keeps constantly moving forward and if you're not fast enough or efficient you gonna stay trap and left behind.

  8. Congrats bro I really like your vlogging quality, did you change any equipment? Maybe equipment showcase on a next vid? Check out my channel when you have some time I’d love an opinio/ comment from you. Os from a green belt in case you remember my grade. Thanks for sharing the speech.

  9. Hola Sempai jesse lo que veo muy interesante pero no puedo traducir al Español ! Veo tu pasión al Karate _Kobudo igualmente desde aquí Argentina Mar del plata Shorin riu Abrazo Oss .

  10. "ATTENTION!" is one of the most valuable currencies we can obtain. As you said, Social Media is one of the best ways to gain that from today's society. Great content as always.

  11. Jesse you are amazing 🙂 ….. could you please explain, How many classes are enough per week and how many hours per day ….?

  12. Thank you Jesse sensei for another great video! As someone who wants to open their own school in the near future, this information is incredibly useful.

  13. I'm going to say the thing that nobody wants to hear, which is that I think LUCK plays an important role as well. Some people do everything right but it still goes all wrong for them, for some reason beyond their control. I've had some small success with social media, which I attribute more to the stars aligning perfectly rather than to accept full responsibility, because, let's face it, I didn't know what I was doing. I threw something out there and it stuck. The takeaway from this is that if you throw something out there, and it doesn't stick, keep trying! There may have been something else going on in the world that distracted attention away from your work. If you keep trying, your odds of hitting it go way up.

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