Goal Setting Story

Deanna Lewis has a great idea to share. It was her first year teaching full time, and she wanted to do something different and impactful for her students. Each of her students wrote a personal goal at the beginning of every month for each of their classes. She found they were really attentive and driven, because […]

How To Capitalize On The Olympic Year

The Olympic games are right around the corner! As the excitement is building around the world, think about what you can do for your business to capitalize on the hype.  Historically, the Olympic games will help create a bump in enrollment for your business – but are you doing enough to capitalize on it? We’ve […]

Learning to Dive

Learning to dive can be challenging for many kids because it requires head-first entry into the pool. And that is at least intimidating and sometimes frightening for new swimmers. Diving is fun, effective and exhilarating and can be mastered with just a little practice. The most important thing is to learn to dive safely. The […]

Tips for Your Gym’s Parents

There are a few tips that you can share to help those involved with your center become better gymnastics parents. If they simply remember these ten points, they will be less stressed about what their kids are learning and get much more enjoyment out of their own experience as gymnastics parents. Gymnastics is fun. Gymnasts […]

Ditch The “I’m Busy” Bit

It’s something we all say – almost without thinking. “I’m busy.” Why shouldn’t we say this? It’s a fact, right? The truth is, our “I’m busy” statement may not be an honest one and there is research from the University of Rochester and the Journal of Psychological Science to support the probability that we would […]