Nothing is easy the first time we try it, but that doesn’t mean we should give up. Imagine if we gave up as easily when we were toddlers as we do when we are adults, then no one would be walking, talking, running, tying their shoes, making friends, building things, poring a glass of water etc etc. Falling down and getting back up is what makes us stronger. You don’t have to be good at something to do it, but to get good you have to do something!! Don’t give up, it will get easier! ❤️🙏🏼
It may seem and sound paradoxical, but although I was provided with the platform to showcase and present my ideas, perceptions and expertise in terms of the mental and professional approach, which should be adopted in the process of pursuing a successful and sustainable career in the entertainment industry to an audience, I'm confident that - in reality - I'm actually the person who learned and benefited the most from the whole experience of being a TEDx lecturer. For which, I want to sincerely and genuinely thank the organizers of the fantastic and memorable event that TEDxSofiaUniversity 2018 was - Atanas and Antoan - for trusting my qualities and knowledge, for helping me to elevate my ideas, maximize the effect of my approach and deliver a product corresponding to the best of my potential and - of course - for the opportunity to participate in such a remarkable event, alongside so many other inspiring, talented and impressive personalities. As a person, who is always usually associated with activity behind the scenes, I also want to acknowledge and thank every other single professional involved in the organization of TEDxSofiaUniversity - every operator, videographer, photographer, audio or light engineer, assistant or executive - for their professionalism, attitude and hard work in the process of establishing such a productive and positive working environment and - in overall - for the creation of such an amazing event. Last, but not least - my gratitude goes to the great audience and every single person, who had kind words about my lecture and work - the positive response was truly overwhelming.
Having a formal education is fine, but having a world education teaches you so much more. .
Seeing that your world is more than just your small bubble you created at home. Where everything is known to you and you understand everyone. But the world is much bigger dan your language and the laws in your country. There are so many people in the world living other lives than you. .
For me traveling is humbling, learing that people have less than you or maybe stricter laws than in your country, you instantly feel more gratitude living in yours. Or in countries like Afghanistan where I was in the most poorest regions, there are no laws and you don't understand what people are saying. The more you travel the more you understand that 'your world' is just a small place and that the world is much bigger. The more you see different cultures, you'll understand that people are different in this world. That your western lifestyle is not the only one lifestyle there is. If you get this world education, you'll see that we are part of something much bigger. A place where your culture is in a world of many other cultures. Your culture is not that special in the grand scheme of things. .
In order to expand your mind and learn more about the world you need to travel.Ga taste, feel and smell the different cultures and you'll be enriched by it. You can't learn that from your television. These lessons makes you see and understand, that you have to have respect for people from different cultures. Because if you think your world is small, you believe your world is the best. But if you see the world is big, you'll know better.