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Re: SPECIAL OFFER! NINJUTSU TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE.

Subject: Re: SPECIAL OFFER! NINJUTSU TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE.
by Darren on 2009/3/7 12:22:49

Well, whatever RVD wants to do is, well, his business. If you don't like it, don't buy it.

I will say, however, I find it interesting you can be given a shidoshi license with no clue (or ability) how to actually teach - I mean to really be able to communicate a concept effectively to a group of people. My hat is off to some of those I've trained with that just have that gift of helping a knucklehead like me understand.

Being able to really teach is a skill certainly not easily picked up by the average person.

Of course, being a good student can also be just as challenging as being a good teacher - if not more. And, often one will interfere with the other. When that happens, it's always the "student" that pays the largest price.

You can also be a good teacher, but what you teach is crap. With effective salesmanship, good communication skills and a touch of believability, you could convince anybody of anything - and make them feel good about it.

At any rate, we all know what budo marketeers are all about. So, we shouldn't be surprised when this kind of stuff hits the advertising highway.
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