Gothenburg '18 - 14th National Session of EYP Sweden
For the intuitive, inspiring and curious leaders of tomorrow
In Gothenburg, we will learn how to win and how to fail. I always emphasise the importance of being innovative and pushing limits in every single and possible aspect. In Gothenburg, we will learn how to collaborate, as it penetrates all of the institutions in our lives. We will embrace our curiosity and challenge ourselves to answer questions that are claimed to have no answers. Even though we are little people we can do big things.
Bearing in mind the trifecta: intuitive, curious and inspiring, we will learn to subconsciously perceive hidden conventions. Intuition enables us to see schemes whilst analysing, as an internal conviction that says "I am right'. With inspiration as encouragement to take an action and make a difference, we will grow up and turn out to be who we really want to be.
Youth is curious, people get to know the mechanisms of the world by the particular age. It is vital to improve our curiosity. The desire of knowing and having knowledge is a human disease that cannot be cured, consequently curiosity increases alongside with gathered knowledge.
Equipping ourselves with these skills has an utmost importance. It is crucial to embrace the space between where we want to be and where we are to inspire us and not terrify.
- Maciej Krynski, President of Gothenburg '18.