I am a long time Martial Arts Instructor and Consultant. I have been writing for the top Martial Arts Business Magazines for 12 years and consulting for the past 15 years. I went from speaking on the stage to writing to authoring books, manuals, CD's and DVD's. I am now doing private consulting and about to start up my group coaching University Online.
I used to use a Target and Arrow as my logo, and don't mind keeping that or using something else. I don't want karate figures on my logo, but rather a good business logo. I like the concept of On Target Coaching: I absolutly get results and I actually pick my clients. I only want the one's that want to work and make a difference, not the one's wishing to, but more the one's committed to making a difference. Everyone wishes for success. Nobody win's by wishing. I want a professional image to come across. My name Tommy Lee is known very well in the industry, but I can be added or not. I don't care. A good logo and tag line is what's needed.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Martial Arts Professional School Owners
Sales and Enrollment Directors of Martial Art Schools
Instructors of Martial Art Schools
I want high level clients......
A very professional, captivating logo that will sure to get attention.
No Martial Arts Figures
A dart in a target is good. That is what it was last time.
If you have something better like a ladder of success or pillars of success or graph showing increase in sales that's cool too. Maybe ladder, stairs or bullseye target with words on them getting closer to their goal. or simple target with arrow in middle. You be creative.....