Oluwatosin Olabode

Speaker | Author | Educator | Advocate  

Digitally Well: Structures & Society in the Tech Era

“…To see an educator like Oluwatosin take our Digital Flourishing® Framework and apply it fills my heart with joy and hope, as his work represents the future of Digital Wellness Education – a model based in a positive Digital Culture and Digital Flourishing®: a mindful approach to digital technology usage that is healthy-tech instead of anti-tech which allows us to harness the benefits of technology while mitigating mental and physical downsides. This empowerment-oriented education model is encapsulated so beautifully in “Digitally Well.”

Nina Hersher, MSW
Chief Educational Officer & Co-founder Digital Wellness Institute, Best-selling Author, Your Playbook for Thriving in the Remote Work Era

In a fast-paced and ever-changing physical and digital society, how do you find yourself without changing who you are?

We live in a time when there isn’t much we can do without the help of technology. Knowing this is critical because it inspires us to learn the structures that will allow us to thrive digitally as we coexist in the physical and digital worlds.

This book is for anyone looking for a sense of balance: on the one hand, technology is the best traction ever, but on the other hand, it can become a major distraction:

  • Instead of creating your identity based on the platforms with which you interact, learn to discover it.
  • Learn how to craft and stay true to your identity while focusing on your intentions.
  • Set up your environment to support your “intentions,” while minimizing internal and external distraction triggers.
  • Learn how social media can benefit your mental health rather than harm it.
  • And ultimately, learn how to be digitally well in this day and age.

Praises for Digitally Well:

The Concise Guide to Online Etiquette

How to Act with Respect and Kindness in a Toxic Online World.

Technology has completely changed the way we communicate with others. With this new online landscape comes a requirement for a new set of etiquette rules to ethically navigate the online world.

Whether you are a student on social media, a young professional working an online job, or a seasoned social media warrior looking to improve their manners, this book is for you.

  • Learn my top 10 rules of online etiquette (or netiquette).
  • Find out why we need netiquette in our daily lives.
  • Take note of what not to do online.
  • And, learn to be a better person with your digital footprint and online influence.
Oluwatosin Olabode

I Help Young People Build Balance Between Their Offline and Online Lives.


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“Do not make yourself feel good online at the expense of someone else’s issues: the best person to laugh or make fun of within the digital space is you. This is because you are 100% sure of how you would respond and how laughing at yourself will make you feel.”
― Oluwatosin Olabode