At the end of January 2021 (the 31st to be precise!), I had the honour of being featured among 100 Admired People in Education selected by the Excelligent Magazine in Asia.
I really must confess that it came to me as a huge surprise when I was contacted by the Excelligent Group representative. I'm actually usually wary of awards and staff like that, as I've been fed stories about people making money from such. I believe a lot in merit.
Well, thank you to the Excelligent Team for recognising my work and following my activities on my social media platforms. And for not asking for money for recognition!
I learnt a few things from this:
- Keep doing what you do even when you thnk no one sees it. People are actually watching, whether they comment on your posts or not.
- Stay focused and consisitent
- Purify your purpose for doing what you do.
- The world is one small place now, with the internet. Global recognition just got easier and easier!
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Nancy Ekpezu is a professional administrator, managemnt consultant and life coach. She's worked in the education sector for over 25 years and is currently the Lead Consultant at Pezu Smith Consulting where she works with her team to train, coach and consult for schools and organisations on administraion and management.