Author: Marisa Mendonza

When thinking about the FIFA World Cup, several things come to mind: the qualifying teams and their laser focus on the ultimate prize, the almost-religious fervour of their supporters, the noise, the heights of jubilation, and, of course, the depths of despair that can come with such a high-profile tournament. It also brings to mind hope, aspirations, and the life-lessons it can teach in ways regular bookwork cannot. So, what can we learn from World Cups, past and present? 1. Dream Big, Work HardThe FIFA World Cup is constantly dominated by big names such as Germany, France, and England. These…

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