Kung Fu Panda Teaches Self-Confidence

Kung Fu Panda made some great points of common sense about self-confidence. Po the Panda is a martial art connoisseur. He wants to be a Kung Fu legend, but it is very roly poly and uncoordinated. Then he accidentally becomes anointed as the famous Dragon Warrior. This series of events helps you learn the warriors believe, and to take responsibility for themselves.

Armed with this vision, and the confidence gained through training with Master Shifu, Po Tai Lung battles evil and triumph. If the story line resembles an entertainment film, excited child, that's because it is - but with a moral.

The Po triumph story highlights the three characteristics of people of confidence. Po, the Kung Fu Panda, learn to be optimistic and believe in yourself and your abilities. He also face personal fears and triumphs over them, which enabled him to triumph Tai Lung. Finally, he surrounds himself with positive people - the Furious Five: Tigress, Viper, Monkey, Mantis and Crane; count on as a mentor Shifu.

It is therefore not surprising that the cartoon film for children, you can send a strong message to our young generation. The importance of self-confidence to succeed shines through the film with gusto.

Kung Fu Panda makes this a very fun way.

Susan Denny has been happily married for 38 years, has four adult children (all married) and 6 grandchildren. She has many years of experience with families and relations and was involved in the self development industry for nearly 20 years, starting with one on training with Bob Proctor in 1990.

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