I Help Young People Build Balance Between Their Offline and Online Lives.
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Some of The Topics I Discuss
Digital Wellness: The importance of building balance to be able to digitally flourish
Who we are- Vision| Mission | Values | Expressions. I will help you craft them as we explore discovering who we are.
Intention and Attention Management
Can you really say that your intentions and attention are aligned?
I cannot overemphasize the importance of kindness, respect, and empathy within the digital world.
Support Structures and Connectedness
As humans, we were created for social connections. These give us support structures
Productivity & Wellbeing
Neither of these stand-alone- when things are working well for us, it influences our wellbeing positively and when things aren’t going well, it negatively impacts our wellbeing.
We All Need Help to Realize What We Want Most.
What Students Are Saying:
I’m commending Oluwatosin for his well-designed, edifying, and highly engaging lessons on “Professional Online Presence” and “Social Media Etiquette & Strategy” delivered to the first cohort of African Youth Empowerment and Capacity Building Academy (AYECBA). Among other things, these timely modules have elucidated the fact that technological savvy alone does not suffice to navigate and optimally utilize the digital world for professional purposes, but that one needs to be intentional in one’s approach.
Thank you very much, Sir! I do not doubt that you will continue to guide many through the multiple media you use to teach and influence!
Meron G. Tesfaye (Ethiopia)
It was an invaluable privilege to have attended the most outstanding and informative modules in the AYECBA training. The modules on professional online presence and Social media etiquette, facilitated by Oluwatosin, taught me how to effectively use social media and manage my online time while protecting the information I have access to!
Macholi Chris Benard (Uganda)
All through the course work, Oluwatosin’s course outlines were organized systematically to adequately help trainees. It was so interactive that trainees joined in sharing their viewpoints during the training, and personally, for me, those made the training more insightful and engaging. It wasn’t just teacher-centered, but rather teacher-learner-centered, and the knowledge was impactful.
Oneke Abgor (Cameroon)
It was a blessing for me to be part of the professional online presence and social media etiquette courses facilitated by Oluwatosin. The training was a successful one because I learned a lot from him on social media usage. I hope to always keep the etiquettes of social media and online presence in my daily life activities as they will always guide me through my social networking interactions. May our good Lord continue to bless him for the passion he has in learning more people.
Rashid Robert (Sierra Leone)
Oluwatosin is very knowledgeable and passionate about career development. He is a great tutor and a visionary leader. I am happy to have been under his tutelage. It was a worthwhile experience. I am pleased to recommend him to anyone who needs his expertise
Funmy Kemmy (Nigeria)
I’m Oluwatosin Olabode. I Help Young People Build Balance Between Their Offline and Online Lives.
Oluwatosin Olabode, a wealth of positive energy! is a Certified Digital Wellness Educator from the Digital Wellness Institute. He’s a Nigerian writer, TEDx and International Speaker, advocate, and member of the Digital Wellness Collective. With over two years writing within the digital wellness theme and over a decade writing on general themes, Oluwatosin is mindfully positioned to spark conversations that birth even more positivity, kindness, and empathy into the world. Being a change maker at the intersection of both the physical and digital world, he is facilitating ecosystems that promote more humane digital habits geared towards digital flourishing.
“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. Do not make yourself feel good online at the expense of someone else’s issues.”
― Oluwatosin Olabode