Fig. 1. Won some team shield - age 12 years and 9 months
Over the last 34 months I have watched as various folk have posted news of a TMA success - the most important lesson and life lesson I have learnt through the OU (this time round) is to stick with it come what may.
This result doesn't win me clients, but as I stop for the day and set out into the night to meet folk who might be part of a team or might even be clients I can so with growing confidence.
I look at it and want to call my Mum.
We're discussing criticism and feedback in a forum on Linkedin - E-Learning Global Network.
I am inclined simply to shower someone with praise - they can figure out where it isn't up to scratch but the lift will do them wonders.
Stick with it. It takes time.
Somewhere I've posted how I felt going into this. 'In the flow'
Find the support to get through the stumbles and bad decissions. This either comes from internal strength or external support - this could be the institution, might be your family.
An EMA and the MA is done.