Michael Jackson’s former bodyguard Matt Fiddes, who has been vocal in his support of the late singer in the face of accusations of sexual assault after his death and critical of the controversial Leaving Neverland documentary, recently gave an interview with SmallBusiness. During the interview, Fiddes revealed the advice Jackson gave him during his time as the star’s bodyguard and how it helped him franchise his business, Matt Fiddes Martial Arts, a global network of schools.
“Michael was a big believer in goal setting,” he said. “I had about five schools at the time I met him and I didn’t think I could take it any further. He taught me how franchising works.”
Fiddes said that both Jackson and Uri Geller were business mentors to him, adding that Uri taught him the benefits of property investment.
The 40-year-old martial arts trainer also revealed how he first met Jackson.
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