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Hero Story: Mr. Boris

Since childhood, I was a sickly and weak child but also cheerful. That is why I often got bullied by my peers. On the advice of doctors and teachers, I was sent to train in gymnastic and later wrestling. My first coach showed me that anyone can become strong but being kind is more important. 

Boris Rubinstein Borisovich, May 22, 1968 - has been working at BST for four years.

Since childhood, I was a sickly and weak child but also cheerful. That is why I often got bullied by my peers. On the advice of doctors and teachers, I was sent to train in gymnastic and later wrestling. My first coach showed me that anyone can become strong but being kind is more important. Having practiced wrestling, I was then introduced to Judo and Sambo. The coach proved to me that you can achieve anything you want if you are not lazy or insecure. A year later, I was training as an equal with champions and prize-winners of the Union, Europe and the World.  

At fifteen, I discovered Karate. My first Karate coach was a Special Forces Officer, who explained a hero doesn’t lose his temper but is someone who can assess and understand situations, people, consequences and does the right thing. At 16, I became involved with personal protection and realised that the most important muscle in the body, is the head. To calm my temper and teach me responsibility and patience, he involved me in coaching children from age 4. That is how I started working in the security sector and enjoy working with children. 

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