June 24, 2013

Focus group

On saturday, a colleague of mine and myself carried out a focus group and I must say it was so much fun and it was indeed a success. We did laugh and some pretty good discussions ensued form it all that will help in data for our dissertations. A big thanks to all those who helped us. God richly and abundantly bless you all.

The task ahead of transcribing was daunting. I actually began transcribing it today and in as much as this may be strage to say, transcribing is fun. Writing down the whole converstation is tasking and a lot of work but fun. Hearing what was discussed takes me to that day and I just laugh remembering how fun that day was. Since it is still fresh, I can vividly remember what some people said exactly but I know this work will take me day since I am not doing it continuously.

That said, I have learnt that the work I so much thought would be difficult turned out to be not so bad. I am not saying I now transcribe for fun..hahhaa! No. I Have learnt to embrace all the challenges that come along my way so that on that very long awaited day of August 29th, when I hand my dissertation in, I shall jubilate knowing I finished it all successfully in Jesus Name! Amen!


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