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hoshin wrote:thank you Shana
very well stated as always, BUT... i dont disagree with you on anything you said. we have the same view point, i am just expanding my definition of what a business is , while you are looking at "a business" a little more strictly. a dojo business does not have to have 800 students. it can be something just as you described. my thought is that if the teacher shifts his view from being the teacher to adopting some business savy and techniques he will eliminate the problems that he was causing in the first place.
all the same problems that happen in a dojo also happen in business. they are all very common. now if the teacher looked into business practices and read more about it he might find some solutions that he didnt know before that have been documented over and over in business books.
i will try to post some of the business rules, when i can to give a better feel for what i am saying.
In answer to your questions, I carry an umbrella policy which covers mishaps that are not covered by my property insurance.
I have to research to determine if the umbrella policy this would fully protect my assets all against all possible mishaps relating to the training.
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