Monday, June 25th, 2012 2:55 pm
Anup Soni and Juhi Babbar launches vinspire workshop for parents, teachers and teenagers
Anup Soni, Juhi Babbar at the launch of vinspire workshop for parents, teachers and teenagers in Juhu, Mumbai on 23rd June 2012. Ramee Guestline Juhu was crowded on Saturday morning with invitees at the launch event of VInspire,which aims towards developing people and transforming lives.
Teenage and adolescence issues are increasing by the day, as seen from the spurts in suicide cases, crimeand addiction. This initiative taken by Harpreet Randhawa to collaborate with parents, teachers and teenagers and bring about their transformation is critical to produce future leaders who are not only successful but also inspire others towards a larger purpose of leading sustainable lives.
At the event, Navinder Narang, an ex-army Colonel, presented a unique 3 Circle Transformational tool for creating this ‘inside out’ experience for the participants to explore themselves, their relationships and their linkages. This unique tool will help increase their self confidence, build relationships based on trust, aligntheir passion and purpose, develop ability to influence others positively and collaborate to create a better world.
Ms Juhi BabbarSoni and Mr. Anoop Soni were the chief guests at the launch. While Juhi complemented the team for addressing the need of the hour, Anoop highlighted the intricate issues that these teenagers face, as also brought out in his popular Crime Patrol serial.
The keynote speakers included Mrs Vandana Lulla, Director Poddar School, Mumbai, Mrs Raji Ramanan, a veteran teacher, writer, Sanskrit scholar and member of the Foundation for Universal Responsibility of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Mrs Manju Singh, founder of World Kids Foundation who shared their concerns for the young adults today and appreciated the unique venture to add value to India’s future.
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