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S1E2: Navigating the In-between

October 17, 2018 Toluwanimi Babarinde Season 1 Episode 2
StoryVox
S1E2: Navigating the In-between
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StoryVox
S1E2: Navigating the In-between
Oct 17, 2018 Season 1 Episode 2
Toluwanimi Babarinde

Hello Friends,

Life is not all moments of honor. Most times, there are no spotlights, no paparazzi or yelling crowds. No, you’re not necessarily working on something big. Sometimes, that big project you anticipated to be successful will not come through. So it’s just you, and your active imagination. What do you do at these times? How do you keep from being frustrated?

StoryVox this episode brings you David Adepoju, an information scientist,  technology enthusiast, innovation ecosystem advocate, and Pan Africanist. He’s a dynamic Nigerian Tech-influencer, a three-time judge at the International Hult prize, a two-time speaker at TEDx events in Ibadan and Mokola, the Ibadan social media festival, chairman at the International Youth Forum in South Korea, and a Fellow of Asian Population Institute. He is also the Founder of TECHmIT Africa, a Technology and Innovation Ecosystem Advocacy Organization with headquarter in Ibadan Oyo state Nigeria. He and his team members help technology startups explore the power of collaboration and idea mix to achieve the massive survival of the valley of death in the Nigerian Innovation Ecosystem. 

David shares from a recent in-between phase of his life, lessons that can inspire you to think differently and make different decisions when you feel stuck and when your life is not moving forward as you envisioned. He shares tips on how not to get frustrated or sit out the waiting period but take steps Institute milk out the treasures in the in-between periods of life.

If you do want to know, plug in your earphones and dive in!

Read David's microblogs or connect on instragram

Note: StoryVox started as a Podcast of the GrandHeights Initiative. This is the first episode describing the purpose when it was started. Starting March 2020, StoryVox will no longer be structured under GrandHeights so that the producers can focus on creating the best show it can be. Nothing has changed really, only improved, so listen on and be inspired!

Show Notes

Hello Friends,

Life is not all moments of honor. Most times, there are no spotlights, no paparazzi or yelling crowds. No, you’re not necessarily working on something big. Sometimes, that big project you anticipated to be successful will not come through. So it’s just you, and your active imagination. What do you do at these times? How do you keep from being frustrated?

StoryVox this episode brings you David Adepoju, an information scientist,  technology enthusiast, innovation ecosystem advocate, and Pan Africanist. He’s a dynamic Nigerian Tech-influencer, a three-time judge at the International Hult prize, a two-time speaker at TEDx events in Ibadan and Mokola, the Ibadan social media festival, chairman at the International Youth Forum in South Korea, and a Fellow of Asian Population Institute. He is also the Founder of TECHmIT Africa, a Technology and Innovation Ecosystem Advocacy Organization with headquarter in Ibadan Oyo state Nigeria. He and his team members help technology startups explore the power of collaboration and idea mix to achieve the massive survival of the valley of death in the Nigerian Innovation Ecosystem. 

David shares from a recent in-between phase of his life, lessons that can inspire you to think differently and make different decisions when you feel stuck and when your life is not moving forward as you envisioned. He shares tips on how not to get frustrated or sit out the waiting period but take steps Institute milk out the treasures in the in-between periods of life.

If you do want to know, plug in your earphones and dive in!

Read David's microblogs or connect on instragram

Note: StoryVox started as a Podcast of the GrandHeights Initiative. This is the first episode describing the purpose when it was started. Starting March 2020, StoryVox will no longer be structured under GrandHeights so that the producers can focus on creating the best show it can be. Nothing has changed really, only improved, so listen on and be inspired!