In order to help students establish a correct outlook on life, cultivate the ability to develop multiple wisdoms and potentials, guide students to reflect on internalization values, and then transform their own expectations for life, the Court will be co-organized with the Olympic People Association on August 14, 2018. In 2004, Mr. Huang Zhixiong, the silver medal winner of the Taekwondo Project representing the country participating in the Athens Olympic Games, went to the hospital to conduct a life education lecture entitled “Life is not limited, and strive to have opportunities”. A total of 166 students participated in the event.
When the Secretary of the hospital gave a speech, he encouraged the students. Success is not accidental. You should find a way for success, not to find reasons for failure, dreams of building a dream in life, study lectures, never give up the spirit of sportsman, and be the master of your life. . The lecture kicked off with the Olympic spirit - "Beyond the limit" and "The pursuit of excelence". Then, in the way proposed by Intel's former President Glover, the students were taught how to find out the problem. Establish problem solutions, evaluate solutions, and choose the most appropriate solution. He also quotes Natiya and Bart's Law of Success - Focus (Find your talent discovers your talents; Observe your role models to observe your role model; Challenge yourself to challenge yourself; Utilize your resources to use your resources; Strive to make difference tries to make a difference, teaching students the opportunity to succeed.
Lectures encourage students, life is inevitable, opportunities are reserved for those who are prepared, only to work hard, to win in adversity can be successful. At the end of the event, the students spontaneously asked questions. By interacting with the lectures, they grew up with wisdom, strengthened their beliefs, and inspired the young mind. The event spent a full summer afternoon in a lively and relaxed atmosphere.
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