Tuesday, 27 August 2019

They Love the Teacher They Hate by Sensei Marcus Hinschberger


The No-Nonsense Kind of Teacher



My wife is a teacher at a Catholic school. My wife is just a little over 5 foot tall and still yet a giant. She fights for what she knows is right and sticks to her convictions. She sets high standards and high expectations - for EVERY student. She doesn’t accept average for any of them. When I say average, I am not talking about the school’s average but instead about what the average would be for each individual measured at their own personal capabilities. She will expect from you not to give only 50 or 80 percent but 100%. 

She is a no-nonsense kind of woman and doesn’t beat around the bush. She doesn’t accept defeat and giving up is not in her vocabulary. The students hate her - at first. 

WHY AT FIRST?

Because when the school year starts and they come to her class they are afraid, afraid of the unknown, afraid of the high standards, fearful of being challenged. They are worried they have to grow and become a better version of themselves - why? Because some of them might have never been tested like this before. 


What most students or parents don’t know my wife is a Karate instructor. She has been training in Karate for over 30 years, and this is what makes her the kind of person she is. 


When people hear Karate, then they think of kicking and punching and loud yelling but what people do not see and do not know about is that Karate is a system for the individual to self-develop and self-cultivate. 

In Karate you learn to focus, concentrate and control your emotions above average. You learn to push yourself, not to accept defeat and to get back on your feet no matter what. You also learn that fighting is never the answer. You are taught understanding, love, care, and empathy. 

My wife is a 5th-degree black belt and somebody who has internalized this system of self-development and self-self-cultivation will automatically apply it to anything else - including her work. 

​She will push the students to their personal limits, this time just intellectually. She will not accept their defeat, even if that means she has to switch strategies in her approach towards the student, she will come up with a new and different plan, and won't quit on the student. 


Just how it is in the martial arts way, she does it with strictness, is demanding and challenging but also with love, empathy, and understanding.


Slowly the students (and parents) see the growth, recognize their own potential and enjoy the way of self-development and start to love her. They have overcome. Once this point is reached the student appreciates the teacher. The student understands what kind of conviction, empathy but also compassion to help went into the students' development.
​SO WHAT'S THE MORAL OF THE STORY?
If you are a teacher become a Karate student


If you are a student become a Karate student because most teachers out there have given 

up their fight a long time ago - take matters in your own hands to become a high achiever.
If you are already a high achiever become a Karate student because now we can double 

the impact on your way to self-development and achievements.


My name is Sensei Marcus Hinschberger, and my wife and I are the owners of Tokon 

Martial Arts. Some considered us as experts and authorities when it comes to self-
development for children and self-development for adults. 
We have taught thousands of students around the globe how to set goals and accomplish 

them. We teach how to gain more confidence and higher self-esteem. We get students to 
increase their focus, have more grit and learn how to persevere. Best of all in our Karate school, we create a high achiever atmosphere that will inspire and hold you 
accountable to stay on track.
Students that reach black belt level at Tokon Martial Arts will have done what most others will never do or accomplish. They will have not only a different outlook on life but will have a high achiever attitude. 
We foster, teach and reinforce virtues and skills most valuable for life and career. 

Stop looking for answers to your problems that have been figured out for us hundreds of years ago already within the educational and self-developmental secrets in the traditional martial arts. 

The right time to get better is always NOW.

Procrastination is a loser's game! 

Enrol yourself or even better your whole family today!
Sensei Marcus is also the CEO of Taitoku Training. 
A coaching company that teaches self-development and self-transformation, team training 
& leadership. As a result of his coaching as a martial arts expert, CEOs increase their 
productivity, improve their efficiency, confidence, focus, and potential in a sustainable 
way. Through his teachings, companies can improve their communication, 
productivity, teamwork, profits and expand their market share. If you know a CEO or 
corporation that wants to take it to the next level, please visit ​Taitoku Training or contact 
Sensei Marcus directly at: info@TaitokuTraining.com 
Visit Tokon Martial Arts today at: https://www.tokonsacramento.com/

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