What will be your Sigma?


Life is a sum of everything from beginning to end. It’s funny how the small things can make or break your life. I recently recalled one of those small things. I was getting gas and I heard a kitten making awful noises as if hungry or hurt. I decided to go inside and buy some milk and give it to the little guy. As he began to drink, I could see the eagerness as he continued.


Then I saw that there was a second one, just as small and just as hungry. I went back inside to get more and poured another nourishing cup of milk. I watched as they devoured this delicious beverage and thought to myself: What if everyone took it upon themselves to help someone or something underprivileged? The ones who really need it. It doesn’t have to be money. It could just be with your expertise, whatever that may be.


How many people can you help volunteering 10 hours a year of your time to a worthy cause? How many can you help by donating 20 basic book bags to a charity for kids during back to school time or 30 dollars to charity with a cause you are passionate about?


We all can do something good to advance society.  


One local charity I am a part of and support focuses on children with ADD, ADHD, & Autism who are also living in low socio-economic environments. We try to help them with back-to-school supplies and self image issues that stem from their differences. The organization uses martial arts to help these kids feel empowered and give them the confidence to perform well.   


Check out this organization, WMB Foundation, Inc.


It doesn’t have to be this medium or this charity, but if you have the means to help someone, even just a few people, doing so helps the world move forward and advance one person at a time.  


Find your Sigma!

Javill Byron is an accomplished martial artist, entrepreneur, businessman, and philanthropist based in Miami. As the owner of Top Shot Miami and WMB Martial Arts, Javill strives to serve as a valuable resource for individuals who want to improve their physical abilities and learn to protect themselves. Javill is especially passionate about helping children with disabilities and children who are bullied.

As a philanthropy-minded person, Javill Byron devotes much of his time to his nonprofit, WMB Foundation, Inc., which provides services to families and children diagnosed with ADHD, ADD, or Autism and aims to promote academic success and generally enrich their lives.