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S2E3: 3 Friends speak about personal growth

May 01, 2020 Toluwanimi Babarinde Season 2 Episode 3
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S2E3: 3 Friends speak about personal growth
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S2E3: 3 Friends speak about personal growth
May 01, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
Toluwanimi Babarinde

Episode 3 of the second season of StoryVox is a follow up to the Capacity Building Episode that aired on 4 weeks ago. I encourage you to listen here if you have not.

I asked three of my friends who I know are living intentionally to share how they build capacity in their lives, and how it changes them. I also asked them to share their top tip for effective capacity building.

My friends

Anjola Coker
is Houston Texas-based digital artist, poet, and Storyteller. In the less than 2 years we have known each other, I have been inspired by her creativity through poetry, art, and film.

Toyin Ajilore introduces herself as a child of God, a warrior who sits at the intersection of education and entrepreneurship. She teaches young people to be leaders as a lecturer at the Department of Geology, University of Ibadan and develops young entrepreneurs through ONE Foundation, formerly known as the Grassroots Business Hub, an entrepreneurship foundation that trains new business owners in Nigeria to take their business to the next level.

Samuel Osho is a multi-faceted genius who currently works as an engineer in Canada. He is skillful with words as an award-winning public speaker and writer and website designer.

How we recorded
It’s a social distancing world, so we couldn’t have them present at the studio, but we utilized WhatsApp, Skype, and self-recording to make this happen and I’m so excited for you to listen and learn from this.

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Connect with Anjola Coker here
Connect with Toyin Ajilore here
Connect with Samuel Osho here

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Show Notes

Episode 3 of the second season of StoryVox is a follow up to the Capacity Building Episode that aired on 4 weeks ago. I encourage you to listen here if you have not.

I asked three of my friends who I know are living intentionally to share how they build capacity in their lives, and how it changes them. I also asked them to share their top tip for effective capacity building.

My friends

Anjola Coker
is Houston Texas-based digital artist, poet, and Storyteller. In the less than 2 years we have known each other, I have been inspired by her creativity through poetry, art, and film.

Toyin Ajilore introduces herself as a child of God, a warrior who sits at the intersection of education and entrepreneurship. She teaches young people to be leaders as a lecturer at the Department of Geology, University of Ibadan and develops young entrepreneurs through ONE Foundation, formerly known as the Grassroots Business Hub, an entrepreneurship foundation that trains new business owners in Nigeria to take their business to the next level.

Samuel Osho is a multi-faceted genius who currently works as an engineer in Canada. He is skillful with words as an award-winning public speaker and writer and website designer.

How we recorded
It’s a social distancing world, so we couldn’t have them present at the studio, but we utilized WhatsApp, Skype, and self-recording to make this happen and I’m so excited for you to listen and learn from this.

_____________________

Connect with Anjola Coker here
Connect with Toyin Ajilore here
Connect with Samuel Osho here

To get notified of new episodes and more, Sign up to my mailing list here
Read the full blog here