Michael Massie and MartialArtsBusinessU.com make no promises, assurances or guarantees about earnings, commissions, conversions or income potential.
Please be aware that all business involves risk, and some individuals may lose money after starting a business.
Plain English Version…
As I’ve been saying all along on my blogs, in my newsletter, and in the Small Dojo Big Profits manual, THERE IS NO “MAGIC FORMULA” that will allow you to instantly achieve a six-figure income in the martial arts industry.
So, don’t expect my business coaching program to be a magic genie that will instantly grant you business success…
Let’s be realistic – being in business is HARD. You are going to have to WORK if you want to follow my martial arts business plan to achieve your goals.
Is it do-able? Yes. However, there are many people who have purchased my materials who DIDN’T make it. Maybe they decided it was too hard, or the process wasn’t “quick enough” for them, or that they weren’t cut out to be in business for themselves.
The bottom line is, you will have to risk time, money, and effort to make it as a small business owner, and there are no guarantees you’ll succeed. If you can’t accept that risk, keep your day job and don’t attempt to start a school.
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Plain English Version…
Yes, I make money from selling stuff on my sites. Sometimes, people send me free stuff to take a look at, and if I like it I promote it. Often, but not always, those people pay me for referring customers to them.
(Hey, that sounds a lot like when you might give away a free t-shirt or a free month of lessons to a student when they bring a friend into class… but I digress.)
In any case, practically all my sites are for-profit. It’s how I make my living. The FTC thinks you’re too stupid to figure that out, so I have to put up this spam page to let you know. I hope I haven’t offended your intelligence. My apologies in advance if I have.