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Martin Beck Nworah Monday, May 01, 2017 3

Today, the presenter of "Young and Strong" on NTA Awka asked me two questions that really gave me serious bumps. "Why are you doing the things you do and what do you want to be remembered for?"

Honestly, I wish I had the perfect answers to those questions. I wake up each morning with the thought of making my own little impact in the world through the available tools of the media at my disposal and succeeding in my academics. Speaking, branding, writing and sharing life is what gives me joy. I do them because I derive meaning from them and it helps me to connect with the world around me. We have lots of amazing and wonderful people in this nation but you don't get to hear or see them. I want to be the guy that changes that in my own little way. "Life: The Journey" (#SchoolBagToPortfolio 2.0) will achieve a whole lot of that by June when it will be hosted. 



I just want to be remembered as that guy who is ever ready to learn, impact and help others grow. We already have so many wonderful trailblazers in Anambra State today and if I can keep telling their stories and branding them for the world to see, I must've achieved a part of my dream. We are all here to help one another grow. Going forward, I don't know where the wind of life will blow, but whatever happens, remember that I am positive about our future in this country and I look forward to working with you to bring about that progress we so much desire in our society today. Be strong and keep believing!!!

Till we get to the Promised Land, I shall be waiting for when you will pass me a glass of water and thank God for the gift of grace for the race. 

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