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- Sep 21, 2018
I'm not fighting against anything and for anything, just presenting facts, that for a country like Russia the system I've described is logical (and has undeniable results) and there is nothing to wonder about. Also, I'm not an American and never been there, so maybe my view is not correct, but from the general info about family and personal incomes (and maybe it is different particularly "where you are" from the rest) I would be very hesitant to say that charge 100 $ per hour for a kid is something that "in general terms, is not really a lot for lessons", at least when it comes to an "average family".
I am not wondering, ruminating, questioning or brooding about how Russian coaches get paid or whether they get a percentage of their students' income. As I stated earlier, coaches should command the kind of arrangement they deem fair and it is up to their students to agree or not. I only responded to your post, quoted below, which was in response to another poster who said that Brian does not get a percentage of Zhenya's [commercial] income.
On the other hand he collects 100+ bucks per hour.
The import being, and correct me if I misunderstood you, that though he does not get a percentage of Zhenya's [commercial] income, he is charging such a high rate that it sort of evens it out (meaning, it makes up for what he does not take from Zhenya's [commercial] income).