This question was the trigger for the start of Winspiration Days.
So one soul could rejoice, finally it's on the agenda.
But the other soul was upset, outraged and sad.
I used to be someone who said that if you want something in life, you just have to want it. That's still true today. No pain, no gain" is justified. And we also know from brain research that 10,000 exercises change it "up there" and we become experts,
because talent alone is not enough.
But this is not yet the real issue for the kids. In 2002, when we discussed what we could do to help change the fate of these children for the better, we quickly realized that the classic goal-achievement seminars that we initially wanted to donate were of no use here.
The children are far removed from goals and real intentions.
They already lack images and inspiration as to what is even possible.
This is how the idea of Winspiration Day came about. If the whole country has at least one national, real inspirational day, then every child will get it.
And we got started. Thanks to social media, we can now spread the idea much more easily and quickly. Through Bleep and other films and blogs, many people have already heard that meditating together by 4,000 people in Washington could reduce the crime rate by 25%.
What if in a city like Berlin, where Will Media's studio is located, the whole city was constructive and inspiring on Winspiration Day. Every child would feel it and experience it. In Berlin on Winspiration Day, we have kids from the street with us.
It's a pity, and it's sad, that the TV shows are more about how to cause trouble among the guests to increase the ratings.
Anne, don't you want to constructively create an action for everyone involved in a situation like this that helps? If we have such dispute programs, what are the kids supposed to learn?
Anne what do you want? Just ratings? Oprah has achieved more by trying to be constructive. Maybe an idea for you and the kids too. Win win.
winning for life