Have you ever thought about this?
About the mission for your school?
Actually, to be specific, the “Mission Statement?”
It’s a good idea to think about it every once in a while to be sure you’re in line with your original vision.
If you’re a staff one – you still need a mission statement. But it works brilliantly if you are or ever plan on building a team.
It’s a base-line where all decisions are made from.
If it doesn’t fit into the mission, it’s an easy “no.”
The mission governs all interactions with students, prospects and your community.
Here’s one I wrote many years ago.
I remember the day I wrote it, the school was closed because of snow and I went in to get some “quite time.”
To touch as many lives as possible with the benefits that training in the martial arts offers.
To inspire our students to achieve success in martial arts as well as all other areas of life.
To far surpass the expectations of clients in service and professionalism.
To create an experience that is so positive it will forever be remembered by its practitioners and their families.
So think of your mission.
And if you want help with this line…
“To touch as many lives as possible with the benefits that training in the martial arts offers.”
We’ve got marketing plans and resources for every month and week of the year.
All you gotta do is check your email and take action.
You can take action, right?