Motivational Lecture By Marčelo At Ušće

As part of the series of motivational lectures “I feel nice, because I want to”

Marko Šelić aka Marčelo, writer and musician, will hold the fourth consecutive motivational lecture within the framework of the project “I FEEL NICE, BECAUSE I WANT TO”, which is organised by UŠĆE Shopping Centre and the “Lepo mi je” Centre for Personal Development, on Wednesday 6th September 2017 at 8pm in the Cineplexx cinema hall. The theme of this lecture will be – Where do we find enthusiasm.

Marčelo’s lecture will open the question – where and how to find the will to launch ourselves, but also to retain our enthusiasm for every new step. Known as a versatile personality, Marčelo will surely have good advice on this subject for the public at Ušće, as well as inspiration for new minor and major personal victories.

Three motivational lectures have so far been held under the auspices of the project “I FEEL NICE, BECAUSE I WANT TO”, which have used interesting and useful life topics to inspire the audience to move towards achievements in their own life and work. In May, basketball coach Marina Maljković spoke with the audience on the topic of everything that’s important on the route to your goal and how important it is to work on building personal qualities, but also team spirit. In June, communications expert and cultural scientist Zorica Tomić gave the audience advice on how to understand others, while in July young YouTuber Milan Inić Yasserstain showed those in attendance that fear isn’t so terrible, but it is important to confront it courageously.

The project “I FEEL NICE, BECAUSE I WANT TO” is organised by UŠĆE Shopping Centre with a desire to make the everyday life in which we live more beautiful, cheerful and inspiring, as well as to motivate and inspire people to take a step forward in their life, whatever that is. They are assisted in this by the stories of wonderful, accomplished people who have different professions and life experiences, but who have shown the strength and perseverance to realise their potential. They chose to say “I feel nice, because I want to”, and found the motivation and courage for that within themselves.