NEWS | 18/05/2020The event, run by the Real Madrid Graduate School - Universidad Europea, takes place between 18 and 21 May.
"We want to manage to achieve excellence, be competitive, be great, but we also need to show who we are and what we want to be. We're ambassadors for Madrid and when you're told that, they're not praising you, they're putting you under pressure. That means a lot and it's something that Real Madrid teaches you: that you must accept things and we try to instill values".
The last participant of the day was sports adviser and medal-winning paralympic swimmer, Enhamed Enhamed. In his presentation, entitled Seeing a step further: Are you resilient in tough times?, he commented: "The best way to lift your spirits after losing a final is to set yourself a new target and learn lessons from what you've already achieved. You've got to understand that sport is basically a job, an opportunity and, in some instances, all about having a bit of luck".
"Our minds are full of noise, we have over 60,000 thoughts a day, if you don't have the time to connect with yourself it's very difficult to know where we are. To draw a parallel with football, there are many games where things change at half-time and that shows that the break was necessary".