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    Experience a 3D experience. This is the challenge inspirational New Zealand leaders set for the more than 2,000 students attending the National Young Leaders Day (NYLD) held at the Vodafone Events Centre, Manukau earlier in the day.

    Students heard from Silver Fern and Northern Mystics player Laura Langman, athlete and Carabiner Mentoring Programme founder Cam Calkoen, adventurer and presenter of TV One's First Crossings series Jamie Fitzgerald who is the chief executive officer of The Mind Lab Frances Valintine, and Attitude Programmes for Schools presenter Charlie Laumatia.

    NYLD events this year push students to live a 3D life by dreaming, daring , and developing their leadership potential.

    Annette Fale, manager of NYLD The NYLD manager says that the 3D life is like watching a movie that explodes onto the screen.

    "Dream what your ideal life might be like... then follow your dream. all about minecraft servers and minecraft in general Be brave and do the daring and scary things that make life exciting. Find your strengths - there is more in you waiting to be discovered. There is no way to live a great life without courage, vision and work," students were told.

    Frances Valintine was the driving driver behind Media Design School. In 2013, she established The Mind Lab in Newmarket A facility dedicated to teaching electronics, robotics, programming, film making animation, science technology and animation to children aged 4 to 15 years old.

    Frances challenged the young leaders to be prepared for a new world.

    "To prepare for the future, you must to open your mind and be curious. This will be your biggest strength not technology, and not the way you play Minecraft, but curiosity and exploration," Frances said, as the students took notes in their notebooks.

    "Wake up each day and think about how I can improve things.

    The day was not just motivational, but also entertaining. Highlights of the day included performances by the Laughing Samoans, interactive gaming and 3D video clips.

    Since 2001, more than 90,000 New Zealand students have attended the National Young Leaders Day. Events are held each year in Auckland, Wellington and Palmerston North, Rotorua. Christchurch and Dunedin.

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