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Has your son started his path to success already?


Is your son "taught" success?


When you study successful people, you will always find at the least two common character trades, and that is commitment and attitude.

It seems that successful people never have any doubts, any fear or anything else that might hold them back to achieve their dreams. It also appears that successful people never give up until they reach their goal(s).

When successful people share their story, there is always a “wow” factor in their story. Some are heartbreaking experiences like the death of a family member, some talk about harsh poverty and others talk about nearly impossible circumstances. Still, yet they persevered, managed to sail through those troubled waters to come out on the other side twice as strong.

Success means the will to succeed, and that needs perseverance, grit, confidence, faith, attitude, mental (and sometimes) physical endurance, strength, and fearlessness. Maybe that’s why most of society is stuck at whatever level of success they have because they are missing one or several of those components that it takes.

After all, nothing of this is studied or trained at school. Sure you will find in any library books about any of those topics but still if the knowledge is out there and people are reading those books how come we don’t see more successful people? By the way, when I talk about the success, I don’t limit myself to financial success but include all other aspects that I would consider as success such as family, health, friendships, happiness and more.

How many of you readers have read a life-changing book from the New York Best Seller Book List just to realize nothing has or is changing with your life. When it comes to intellectual knowledge or studying data and facts, books serve us well but commitment is not really something you can explore in a book, and the anxiety you might get when speaking in front of a group of people can also not be eliminated through a fact sheet you study from a book.

The problem is that even if we gain knowledge intellectually something else is still missing. It is like our brain knows the answer, but our body doesn’t want to cooperate. You can’t overcome the sweaty hands you get when anxious or control your racing heartbeat when under pressure.



​​You need something that teaches your mind AND your body. It sounds like we need some sort of Mind & Body connection to learn and understand fully and there are no such things — what a disappointment. But then again humanity has been around for over 5000 years, some even believe for more than 10,000 or even more - somebody must have figured something out that is better than a book? Some system so we don’t need to rely on luck or maybe talent or the gifts we were born with. There has to be a system that can help us to improve ourselves, to self-develop.




Indeed there is a system, and this system has not only been around for hundreds of years, but it actually has stood the test of time but even more impressive it is so good and refined that it has also proven itself on the battlefield and at war. 

What am I talking about?


Traditional martial arts. Especially traditional Japanese Martial Arts.

Next, to self-defense which is evident to most, those arts teach in a very detailed and sophisticated way to its practitioner’s self-development as well as self-cultivation.

Believe it or not but traditional martial arts are actually ambassadors for peace, love, and understanding and if desired your success tools for financial wealth and riches. However, and probably by design, this self-development is secretly integrated and hidden that even practitioners with decades of training might never fully discover the real secret and its value.

After all, if it holds the secret to success (and much more) why would you want to give the key to just anyone. By the law of nature, this key should only be given to the most worthy person.

My name is Sensei Marcus Hinschberger and my wife Christina, and I are the owners of Tokon Martial Arts. Some consider us as an authority when it comes to self-development and self-cultivation.

We both have been training in the art of Karate-Do, a traditional Japanese Martial Arts for more than 30 years each. We know and understand what a valuable tool the martial arts present to its practitioners and we can show you the way to your success is laying deep within you.

We have taught thousands of students around the globe how to strengthen and train commitment and how to get an “I am unstoppable” attitude. We help you 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 the student not only to stay on track but to keep improving.

Students that reach black belt level at Tokon Martial Arts will have done what most others will never do or accomplish. He will have not only a different outlook on life and have a high achiever attitude, but most importantly they will have now the key to success in their hand.


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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

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