M-ember Tseaa celebrates her birthday with friends and colleagues recently. In this chat, she talks about her growing up, the lessons that life has taught her and her personality.
Can we meet you?
- My name is Ms. M-ember Tseaa, from Benuestate.
I am diligent, Ambitious, driven, hardworking, a goal getter, loving, highly organized and most importantly LOVER OF GOD, did I forget to mention friendly and very cutesmiles.
I am graduate of Federal university of Agriculture Makurdi,Benue State. I have a postgraduate diploma in Management with A.B.U. Zaria and I also went ahead to bag a Master’s in Business Administration-Human Resources Management with the same prestigious institution.
Presently, I work with Hon.Prince Ned Nwoko as his personal assistant and personal secretary
How do you feel when you woke you this morning which happened to be your birthday?
- I feel thankful, blessed and loved.
Birthday is a day when a human being is overflown with positive energy and the Universe pours new ‘creative’ juices into a human body at all levels of its existence to reset your life and provide you as much guidance and support needed to start living a more wonderful and fulfilling life.
It’s important to look at your birthday as a spiritual awakening to know ‘thyself’ better and serve others with the abilities, talents, skills, and qualities that you have.
It’s another opportunity to tell yourself that today is indeed a special day. A day where you stand from your highest and absolute best, and declare that the time has come to take a full responsibility for your life, to accept every challenge, setback, and hurdle as a means to fuel your growth, get out of your comfort zone, face your fears, with a fearless, loving and compassionate heart and ask yourself, “How can I better serve the planet for the remaining years of my life? What positive contributions can I make?”
How was your growing up like?
Growing up, sure had its ups and downs but growing up in a Nigerian household it was and still is amazing.
I am the first child and first daughter inthe family of 6, 4girls and 2boys.
Been the elders is not a privilege and position I take for granted at all.
Growing up, I wasn’t always allowed to go out unless it was educational or church based other than that I had to find a way to hang out with my friends.
I got into some trouble as a teenager, I rebelled, I talked back, and I did things I shouldn’t have done, as all teenagers do.
I’m very lucky to have lived a “normal” and comfortable life. I’m thankful for that every single day; not everybody is blessed with a life of stability.
What are the lessons that life has taught you?
1.Never to make anyone feel small including myself…Treat people the way you want them to treat you and I never short change myself in the guise of modesty. I’ve come to realize that doing that is of no benefit to anyone.
2.you are who you spend your life with…If you spend time with people who are in shape, you’ll be in shape. If you spend time with lazy people, you’ll be lazy. So I choose wisely.
Friends, Colleagues and family celebrated your birthday with you, how do you feel and what do you want to say to them.
It was a beautiful day and I felt so much love. Thank you so much for the birthday wishes. Hearing from so many family members, friends and my colleagues made me feel grateful for all the wonderful people in my life. My birthday was awesome, and that’s thanks to all the awesome people who took time to send me birthday wishes,I appreciate the love. Thank you.