The Goal We Set are the Goals We Get. How Karate Helps!

Only 3% of the country have written, detailed goals…

…and these people, according to studies done at Yale and Harvard Universities earn ten times as much as those without goals.  Goal setting fosters a Yes I Can Attitude, builds confidence, requires self-discipline, creates a sense of achievement, and develops perseverance.

How do we teach children to set and achieve goals?

By our unique reward recognition system that is unlike any other  athletic endeavor your child may undertake.  The best way to build good habits is to reward children for a good behavior.  That is what this program is built around positive reward.  This is the quickest way for your child to build greater self-confidence and self-esteem.

Though the achievements of Karate Belts your child will learn how to set and achieve…

The effect of your child being rewarded with a new belt is life-enhancing.  Your child is reinforced with the belief that he or she can do it, which catapults them forward to their next goal.

In time your child will grow to realize that if you have a goal, a detailed plan to achieve that goal, and work hard towards the attainment of that goal-all things are possible.

“Give me a stock clerk with a goal and I’ll give you a man who will make history, but give me a man without a goal and I’ll give you a stock clerk”  J.C. Penny



Master Delfino Candia