The Way from a Baby-Boy to a Hero

Any boy is destined to become a hero, and it doesn’t mean a hero in the army, in a military conflict or a special operation.
While watching movies or TV programs about heroes, listening to stories about the heroes of today, or playing the role of a virtual hero in games, any boy actually dreams deep inside of becoming a hero in reality and others following him. He dreams of others admiring him and feeling proud of him. A boy needs to feel himself someone who has succeeded in making his dreams become true and unlocking his potential. He often doesn’t know how he can do it, in what field and by what means. Sometimes, his dreams remain just dreams and his ideas remain just ideas. He will live his life without being satisfied.

Any boy is destined to become a hero, and it doesn’t mean a hero in the army, in a military conflict or a special operation. Heroism is a certain way of life, a certain way of thinking, a certain attitude towards the world and the relationship with it. Boys are not taught all of that at schools, universities and often even in families. This seminar will help everyone to have a more clear vision of the way of a hero, its steps and key points.