Let's get it out in the open. Should martial arts be regarded as a business, or should it be taught with as little monetary involvement as possible? Can the arts flourish without a business attitude? Do students suffer if the instructor depends on martial arts income? Does the instructor suffer if it isn't regarded as a business?

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Martial art or business?
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Can the arts flourish without business?
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Does the student suffer if the instructor treats MA as a business?
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Does the instructor suffer if they do NOT treat MA as a business?
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