Staying Calm & Centered NOT Crazed & Competitive

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In our society today, there is so much pressure to win and be the best. This can affect adults and children. It is a phenomenon observed in all activities such as dance, music, entertainment, work and various sports. It is so easy to get “caught up” in the hype and societal expectations.

This vlog shares my journey at one of my son’s recent soccer tournaments, highlighting my range of feelings as well as my attempts to stay calm and centered. What are our roles as Inspired Parents in helping our children be who they are meant to be in this world? What can we do for ourselves to keep life in perspective? I hope this video can shed some light into living more peacefully and purposefully in all situations.

Here is my Vlog with Commentary regarding “Staying Calm & Centered”:

 

P.S. If you are interested, here is the compilation of Days 16-30 on my journey to “Reclaim My Body & Move More”:

 

 I’d love to hear your thoughts…please comment below! 

4 Responses to Staying Calm & Centered NOT Crazed & Competitive

  1. Great work, Z. Very inspiring!

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