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SEMINAR – SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE

“Almost every successful person begins with two beliefs: the future can be better than the present and I have the power to do so.”

On 28th Feb 2020, the students of Grade 9 spent a productive and enriching afternoon with Fr. Kiran of Don Bosco Youth Centre, Shirva.

Fr. Kiran initiated the session with creative ice breaker, wherein students were divided into 5 groups and were given a newspaper. The students had to create some interest using the newspaper in any way possible using content or making craft.

After this innovatively resourceful activity, Fr. Kiran proceeded towards his core of his seminar – all about successful people.

Fr. Kiran informed that successful people are not just created – they are born from their hardwork, perseverance and above all education the good education that makes all the difference. Further he said that our presence will be distinguished by our good personality and importantly by the company that we keep, i.e. our friends. Successful people in the most dire of situations find a way out.

And this thought continued, as Fr. Kiran explained to the students about the 3 thinkings - Positive thinking, Possibility thinking and Negative thinking. He said that it is imperative and desirable to keep a positive approach, even in the hardest and most difficult times of our lives.

Fr. Kiran cited a few examples of some extra ordinary people, Mahatma Gandhi, Michael Jordan, Helen Keller who persevered and succeeded, despite the many challenges that life had given them.

A Motivational video was also shown to the students. Fr. Kiran also shared his personal experiences as a youth – his ambitions, his achievements, disappointments and victories.

On a closing, he advised the students that there is nothing impossible. We must discover ourselves – our strengths and weaknesses, our ambitions – to distinguish between our wants and desires. We must find our path to the discovery of “Who am I, and why I am?” and then only we can succeed.


 

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