The Martial Arts Business Podcast
By Mike Massie
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The Martial Arts Business Podcast is the business podcast for martial art school owners and instructors, hosted by Small Dojo Big Profits author, Mike Massie. If you're looking for actionable advice and tips on how to start and run a profitable martial art school, subscribe now!
||Episode 43: Interview With Former NASKA World Champion Javier Lozano, Jr.||Listen to podcast: In This Episode… In this episode of the Martial Arts Business Podcast, Mike interviews former NASKA heavyweight world champion and long-time school owner Javier Lozano, Jr. Javier owns a school in Denver, Colorado,||1/27/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Ep 42: Is Negativity Ruining Your Dojo?||Negativity will absolutely ruin your dojo. Just off the top of my head, here are three examples of how being negative will hurt your business.||1/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Martial Arts Business Podcast Episode 41: Interview With Matt Page||In this episode of the Martial Arts Business Podcast, Mike interviews Matt Page, creator and star of the hit web series Enter The Dojo. And in the Tip of the Week, Mike shares some suggestions on how to deal with negative comments on your Facebook ads.||2/19/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Podcast Episode 40: Interview With Chris Perilli||“How to REALLY Market Your Dojo With Online Video!” As online video marketing becomes increasingly important for martial art schools, more and more school owners are seeking to leverage this advertising medium to get more students. However,||12/12/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Podcast Episode 39: Interview With Top Sales Trainer Wes Schaeffer||Wes Schaeffer – the man they call “The Sales Whisperer” – is an Air Force veteran, a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, a father, author, coach, keynote speaker to Fortune 500 companies, and a heck of a funny guy.||11/12/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Podcast Episode 38: How To Go From 50 to 150 Students With Small Dojo Big Profits!||Eighteen months ago, Bill Jones was struggling to make ends meet in his Brazilian jiu-jitsu school with 45 students, all while working a full-time day job and raising a family. Then he stumbled across one of Mike’s books on Amazon,||10/19/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Martial Arts Business Podcast Episode 37: Interview With Dave Chesser||“How Not Starting A Martial Art School Can Help You Start A Martial Art School!” In this episode of the podcast Mike interviews internal martial arts instructor and kettlebell coach Dave Chesser. As a young man,||9/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Martial Arts Business Podcast Episode 35: Pricing, Selling, And Having Haters||In this episode of the Martial Arts Business Podcast, Mike Massie discusses pricing, advertising your prices, and when the ideal time is to reveal your prices. Mike also provides some perspective on haters and what it really means for you and your busi.||7/22/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Podcast Episode 34: Filling In Gaps In Your Martial Arts Business Knowledge||In this podcast episode, Mike explains why having gaps in your martial arts business knowledge and systems can keep you from achieving your financial goals for your dojo. And, in the Tip of the Week, Mike provides tips on accelerating your learning in .||7/6/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Martial Arts Business Podcast Ep 33: Interview With Tom Whitaker||In this week’s Martial Arts Business Podcast Mike interviews an old friend of his, Tom Whitaker from Collinsville, Illinois. Tom is a longtime martial artist and a former professional kickboxer, and he runs a very successful school in a town of just u||6/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Great advice for all us white belt business owners!
Great insight with great wit! An easy man to trust.
Packed With Value
I started learning from Mike Massie before I ever opened a gym. Now I run my own martial arts and fitness gym, and most of the principles I've followed to get here I learned from Mike.
He focuses on the most important aspects of running a martial arts business, his confidence is contageous (which is sometimes what you need most when starting out), and he speaks in a really personable and friendly tone (instead of being condescending or always trying to market to you).
I'm excited that he's expanding into podcasts now. It offers one more great way to learn and grow your gym.
A BIG Thank You for putting together such a quality driven podcast. I always look forward to listening to your podcast. Keep it up!