*Do not be afraid of challenges*
Treasure hunt using the Internet was a challege for me as well as my team members. Being a leader of the team when researching about places is not my forte nearly put me into a situation of giving up. Told myself: I can do it, we can do it. Together as a team we emerged as a winner for the challenge. A big thank you to my team members for using all sorts of gadgets to find the information =)
*Be sincere in communicating with people*
Towards the end of the camp, we were required to approach 15 persons to tell each other the first impression, areas to improve and complete the sentence : from now on, let us __________.
Body language and eye contact are crucial to show that one is really paying attention during the conversation.
*Appreciate people around you all the time*
Family and friends are important in our life. Thank them sincerely when they helped you to overcome difficulties. A simple 'thank you' and ' I love you' can strenghthen bonds between people.
Not forgetting the staffs in DiGi and Nuffnang for making this camp a huge success =)
*Push yourself to do better*
I need to take challenges willingly, naturally pushing myself to upgrade my performance from average to eXtraOrdinary level, no matter in blogging or studies. It gave me a strong will & determination to be a better human being and succeed in life.
*Do not allow negative thoughts to let you down*
Mr U2 Kumar introduced the term 'mental warrior' which I find it useful to say : 'cancel cancel go away' to the pessimistic side of matters. Think and do positive things in life is important to contribute to society and improve the country.
A million thanks to DiGi for the cool stuffs given to us.
Photo credits to Carmen
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Nearly teared when looking back at those photos and videos posted on youtube. Those are really sweet memories and worth more than a million to be cherished forever. A message to DiGi and Nuffnang, please do organize similar camp events in the future as I believe many younger generations will benefit from the motivational aspects (=