We are always faced with the charge of being the best of ourselves. It’s actually cool and awesome heading towards this path. We should be conscious of this fact that most people have overcome the inertia and have become the best of themselves. This colony of the “best” does not really count on the long run, just because there is a vacuum for distinction. There is a need to make a difference, just by becoming the very best of yourself.

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The world is tired of the best, it awaits the invasion of those that are distinctive even among the rest. What really differentiates ordinary from extraordinary is the extra. The extra efforts made to make a difference, live above limitations, outlive dreams, be more detailed in the choice you have made (career/field of study) is the topic of interest. In the academic world, it is high time we knew that competition to attain the top of the class is a misconception to the core value.

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On the quest of being the very best of yourself virtues are spontaneous without you forcing it. Most times we are eager to have all A’s (5.0 or 7.0 as the case may be) in our courses. This blind pursuit makes us lose the focus on the core value. Propagating the path to excellence (your very best) stimulates and attracts success towards you. An initial gaze at success which turned out to be not-met aftermath gives us a sense of failure. Why don’t we place our targets on excellence instead of success? “Follow excellence and success will chase you”… Rancho.

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For a wrap, your very best reflects in the testimonies colleagues share about you either in your presence or absence. You can do little things in a very big way, that makes you smart, course you to making a difference and be the very best of yourself.

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