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Let’s learn to learn

Let’s learn to learn

Our model of motivational conference starts off with the collection of photos ‘Footnotes’, a work by Alfonso Reyes, and with the first confession of Javier Hernández as he comes on stage: “I can do everything that you have just seen because it is possible”. From this moment on you don’t ... Read More
 
The last but one

The last but one

The headline coincides with the order of the editorials in this series. This is where the last but one of these 14 articles starts – all shared with you over these last few months and which we hope have helped to publically present our raison d’être and will act as ... Read More
 
Make your fears afraid of you

Make your fears afraid of you

Now that these editorial posts –this mixture of ideology, philosophy and raison d’être of our Association “From My Feet to Your Mind”- have reached a dozen editions, it is clear that our aspiration is to rescue individuals as the only means to liberate the collective. Look for answers and paths ... Read More
 
An unique diploma in the whole world

An unique diploma in the whole world

On the 8th September 2012, Javier Hernández Aguirán, who had been a sports journalist since 2001 and with not even 3 years of training under his belt, achieved the feat of competing in a Paralympic Games final: 50 metres backstroke. He finished last in a final in which no-one – ... Read More
 
Let’s fix high goalposts

Let’s fix high goalposts

What happened to that old piece of advice “study as though you want to get an A grade, that way you will be sure to get a C grade, but don’t just study to get a C, because you will probably then fail the exam”? If the answer to this ... Read More
 
Convert weaknesses into strengths

Convert weaknesses into strengths

Let’s start with the usual tenet: by nature we are imperfect. And from there let’s go down the usual path: let’s force ourselves to be only as imperfect as nature made us. This is where the heart of the question lies. Let’s aspire to become the best version of ourselves ... Read More
 
What we lose if we choose to avoid losses

What we lose if we choose to avoid losses

A defeat hurts and teaches. It is said that from a defeat we learn but what is hardly ever mentioned is that we prefer to avoid this apprenticeship just as we prefer to avoid a devastating modern allergy. This might be because what is really uncomfortable is not getting up ... Read More
 
The sport as a tool life

The sport as a tool life

Living from head to feet (or from my feet to your mind) means balancing various aspirations. Although just one of them could seem to be enough. “During a good part of my training to compete as a swimmer at the London Paralympic Games, which I started in 2009 when I ... Read More
 
The worst decision is that which is never taken

The worst decision is that which is never taken

Decision-making should be at the top of our daily workout routine. A task often feared, it would work its way into our affections if we understood it as we are going to explain it here: a big muscle that allows us to go forward on our own path, without needing ... Read More
 
Do everything with everyone

Do everything with everyone

We’re late but let’s go to the kitchen – that’s where everything is prepared. The kitchen of our lives is normally that of our childhood. What you have lived and how you have done it marks the passing of the years in a way that is difficult to correct, above ... Read More