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"There's no money in teaching."

For those that do not know me, I have a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and International Business, the obvious starting point for a teacher, driven by my father's pragmatic advice: "There's no money in teaching." But deep down, my passion always resided in education. Fast forward years later, armed with both experiences and expertise, I founded Blend Learning, a consultancy focused on professional learning and development for educators.

The transition wasn't swift or easy. It required a leap of faith, shedding the security of conventional career paths for the fulfilment of my true calling. Combining my business acumen with my fervor for teaching, I embarked on a mission to empower educators and transform classrooms.

Blend Learning isn't just about imparting knowledge; it's about building confidence, sparking creativity, and fostering a culture of lifelong learning. Every workshop, every session is an opportunity to ignite passion and unlock potential.

Yet, the reality of entrepreneurship often entails wearing multiple hats. While I'd rather spend my days immersed in schools, collaborating with teachers, a significant chunk of time is devoted to outreach and networking. Convincing schools that Blend Learning is the missing piece to their puzzle requires persistence and perseverance. So here I am!

But with each success story, each transformed classroom, the sacrifices become worthwhile. Seeing the spark of inspiration in a teacher's eyes or witnessing students thrive under innovative teaching methods reaffirms my purpose.

Blend Learning isn't just a consultancy; it's a labor of love, fueled by a relentless dedication to educational excellence and making teacher's lives easier. As I continue to navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship, and uncertainties of a political education system, I remain steadfast in my commitment to making a difference. I hope to post more often from now on to share this commitment with you.

"Teaching is the profession that creates all other professions." - Unknown


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