Saturday, April 22, 2017

When you get the opportunity to receive feedback from the people who have been affected positively by your work, it fuels your drive to reach out to more persons. 

I started out with my daily post on Facebook at a time when I had no idea about how to run a blog or have a personal website. There was no foresight on how far this gradual habit would thrive. But my desire to impact lives through soul-lifting words attracted me to all the avenues that would give my work a wider reach. 

The decision to share some of the comments and inbox messages that I have received from individuals who I have never met, is enough ginger to add to my swag. 

I got a comment from Martins Toluhi in one of my Facebook live video broadcast. I was shocked that he watched and had to commend my work. 

Catching my first glance at him was during my undergraduate days when he came to speak at the University I attended around 2001 (if I recall well). He was up there preaching, while I sat as a teenager who didn't have a grasp of what she would make of her future. Getting commendation about 16 years after was a well-deserved multivitamin to boost my confidence. My work is being recognised and appreciated.

You may think that nobody is observing. Someday, they may decide to tell you the opinion that they have formed about you. Let NICENESS be your natural character. You never know who may be watching. 

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Grace A. John-Ugwuanya is a human development strategist, public speaker, an author and Biomedical Researcher. She helps individuals breakout beyond certificates and become a better version of themselves. She is also the director of Amara's Hub Concepts, an event management, content writing and capacity building service provider.

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