Why a terminal disease might not be that bad
How does a person prevent their heart rate from going up when an unexpected situation unfolds? On the one hand it is training for years, of course. On the other hand it is an inner attitude, knowing that every situation has several perspectives to be looked at.
Throughout the years of his interesting job and his very special situation in life, Bastian Krösche encountered an uncountable number of challenges; small ones and bigger ones. With his talk at TEDxTUBerlin he wants to share his attitude with the audience. Proving with several examples, that nothing is as it seems at first glance. And some disadvantages can turn out to be the key for success one did not expect.
At the age of just eleven months, Bastian Krösche was diagnosed with a progressive and terminal disease. Today, at the age of 20, he understood that life is an adventure which will not last forever and instead, he focuses on finding solutions for new challenges every day.