Everyday, we will make a change in a child’s life. Whether that change is positive or negative, temporary or permanent, is always up to us. We choose to make it permanent and positive, then we will get up tomorrow, and do it again.
There are a lot of gyms that teach cartwheels, host birthdays, and run camps. They share our same what and how, but our families choose with us for our why and our who. Lots of people can teach a skill, but not everyone can use that experience as a means to build up a child’s self-worth, confidence, and maturity. Put simply, we are in the business of building relationships and helping grow great kids. We build a team of exceptional role models and then empower them to connect and make a difference in the lives of kids – we just so happen to make that difference through the opportunity and discipline of sports.
We will not be satisfied with the ordinary. We will go the extra mile. We will run a program we would (and do) send our own kids to.
No matter what the task, we can use it to encourage, teach, or inspire those around us. It’s always bigger than it seams, if we chose for it to be.
We need to take care of ourselves. Making healthy choices, both physically and emotionally, are the foundation of a positive life.
None of us are perfect, we embrace that. Every worthwhile endeavor is only accomplished through grit, trial and error, and the courage to fail.
It is easy to focus on the negative. Sometimes, it is much harder to find the positive. We relentlessly pursue the good in those around us.
Success is not guaranteed, nor is it a destination. It is a direction, a constant choice to improve our weaknesses and leverage our strengths.
The lifeblood and soul of Birons is our staff. Our people, the family of Birons, is a group of like-minded role models who come to work each day with one goal in mind – to make a permanent, positive difference in your child’s life. From the front desk, to the floor, to the administrators and managers, it’s the #1 thing on each of our to-do lists. We are honored to embrace this responsibility, and it’s why we see our work as a calling, not just a job.