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Dec 29

Giving Back to the Community – A School Owner/Instructor’s Impact

By Joel Williams | Food for Thought , Instructors , Krav Maga

Dustin Koppel and his wife, Bethany Koppel, own and operate a full-time “brick and mortar” martial arts school (National Martial Arts) in Oak Ridge, TN. Dustin is also a Krav Maga instructor for Global Martial Arts University. They are doing amazing work in their local community while also running a successful business. Are you an owner or instructor at a martial arts school? Would you like to learn more about the essential elements for “doing good” while also promoting your business? If so, then read on!

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Dec 21

The Abundance Projects: A Year of Giving (2018 Review)

By Michael Hodge | Food for Thought

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As we close out this year, I have nothing but deep gratitude to you and to all. We were able to publicly prove the efficacy of the abundance mindset once more. This year we were able to donate twice as much as last year! Do good, receive good in return, share your extras, plant more seeds of prosperity, see the cycle continue.

What are The Abundance Projects?

Instead of scraping every last penny of profit out of the organization (the Global Martial Arts University and Black Belt at Home), or reinvesting purely in our own growth – we’ve chosen a different path. If you didn’t know, we donate a portion of our monthly proceeds to people and projects in need. This is not about getting some tax deduction or trying to look good. We don’t usually publicize the donations or seek some sort of charitable spotlight.

What we do, is pass along the abundance to people in great need – so that a virtuous cycle can continue. Pass it forward, if you will.

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