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How does a trainer measure success within his group?

Going above the head count.
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Fri 19th Sep 2008 14:09
Bob Borja

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For starters I submit that ...

Parents inform you that they like the changes they see in their child(ren) after starting Taekwon-Do training with you.

All children in their family become your students.

Parents join their child(ren) in your training.

Students choose to celebrate their ever-important birthdays with your group.



                                                           Vincit qui se vincit.                                                                  
                                             He conquers who conquers himself.                                                     

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Top Fri 19th Sep 2008 16:59
Bob Borja

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Students who move on to distant universities still come to your training in the few days break they have to visit their families.

                                                           Vincit qui se vincit.                                                                  
                                             He conquers who conquers himself.                                                     

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Top Fri 26th Sep 2008 15:27
Michael Munyon

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Let's not forget:

Retainability

Students later wanting to be instructors

Volunteer to participate in events/community service and etc

Students enjoy what they do so much that they bring their friends to class

School grades improve

Home life is better

and etc.

Good discussion topic sir.
Michael Munyon, VI Dan
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