The unofficial @TCEA Kick-It Award

“When do you find time to blog?” Yes, the question frequently comes up. Often, I blog in the wee hours of the morning, in the evenings, or binge-blog during the weekend and schedule postings during the week (delayed gratification and all that). These days, though, I blog during the day, at work. Would you believe I wrote 4-5 blog entries just yesterday? I’m almost back to my early blogging years output (7-8 per day)! What fun! I’m grateful that my colleagues have noticed.

Photo Credit: Peggy Reimers (@preimers)
Normally, I’d be wearing a suit and tie but today was casual dress.

The Kick-It Award comes with high praise from my esteemed colleagues at the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA). As the first recipient of the Kick-It Award (eat your heart out, Chuck N), I earn the award for…yes, doing what I love, writing, which in today’s parlance is, blogging.

Update: You may want to read this blog entry offering Five Ways for Leaders to Say “Well-Done!”

The award means a lot, not just because it was home-made by Dr. Bruce Ellis (although that does speak to his puissant skills as a “TCEA Maker“) but rather because recognition from your work colleagues is always esteemed.

Thank you for making me feel welcome and for letting me do what I love. In the meantime, why don’t you check out some of my TCEA blog entries? Tweet, RT, and Facebook them…not for money, but to ensure all read the gospel of edtech.

(lots of other great stuff there by my colleagues!)

Everything posted on Miguel Guhlin’s blogs/wikis are his personal opinion and do not necessarily represent the views of his employer(s) or its clients. Read Full Disclosure

One thought on “The unofficial @TCEA Kick-It Award

  1. Unknown May 7, 2016 at 3:57 am Reply

    Wow, I even received a photo credit! My pleasure, Miguel.

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