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The Voices of Disruption Podcast is all about showcasing the visionaries of Generation Z and is hosted by the author of Unleashing Your Innovative Genius: High School Redesigned, Deborah Olatunji. This show is for young people with disruptive mindsets (early adapters to much-needed change) who are redesigning systems that do not work and do not serve their purposes anymore, all while having conversations about how to continue to turn our LOUD disruptions into IGNITED agency and CONSISTENT ac ...
 
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Welcome back to the Voices of Disruption podcast! I am glad that you’re here. This episode is all about coming back to spaces that we’ve left and asking ourselves: what gets to stay? and what still serves us this season of life? I get real and honest about how the past 10 months have been, including talking about friendship, emotional growth, my re…
 
We’re celebrating one year of the Voices of Disruption podcast on this week’s episode as well as the return of the podcast. After a much-needed break between the transition of summer to the new school year, the stories that need to be heard are coming in HOT from this space of vulnerability, empathy, and rejuvenation. One year ago, I sat in my fres…
 
Happy August! Last week, we started to get into how our upbringing affects the way we view relationships, so it only makes sense to dive deeper this week into how culture shapes our entire lives and beliefs. As a Nigerian-American, I grew up between the crossroads of two different worlds, or as today’s guest would call it, the realities and stories…
 
Let's get straight to the point. The very thought of "shooting your shot" has a clear meaning⁠—making your desires about another person known to said person. They are the forbidden crushes that our parents tell us to ignore in place of academic success, especially if you grew up in an immigrant household. It's the 5 stages of denial, a learned prac…
 
Every other week, I get a message in my DMs asking about how to start a podcast and manage time. The people have (LOUDLY) spoken! This week, I go into the tools that I use, talk about some behind-the-scenes logistics for the VODPOD, and lessons I’ve learned from podcasting for almost a year now. For starters, podcasting is a slow burn. I dive into …
 
Change is something we’ve become all too familiar with over the course of the past 16 months. Along with the newness comes the chance to confront our self-limiting beliefs and unpack what we’ve been taught to believe about exploration and growth. In this episode, I share the story of how changing my major from nursing has disrupted the path of my l…
 
Welcome back to the Voices of Disruption Podcast! It's so great to be back. Thank you for being here. In this episode, I recap what the last five months have been like, borrow from the genius of the New Happy Co's Stephanie Harrison's philosophy on creating a healthy digital home, and share some tidbits of what Season 2 will be like. We've even got…
 
Happy New Year!! What are some non-negotiables in your relationships? How do you remain positive in a pandemic that lasted for almost an entire year? What did the last four months of 2020 teach you? In this Season 1 Finale episode, I talk about what challenges I faced in creating the podcast, lessons that I've learned from the slow burn that is pod…
 
What does it mean for you to be powerful? Has 2020 felt like a pressure-cooker and have you felt guilty for not doing what you were “supposed” to do? How can we create thoughtful connections in the years ahead? In this episode of the VOD POD, I sit down with Maria Gilfoyle, the founder of the Power Thread, a community that celebrates what it means …
 
What does personal development look like for you? If you could describe yourself in 5 words, what would they be? I've been talking about self-awareness and core values all season long! What's all the hype about? The answer is finally here. In this episode, I share the steps to creating a culture code for your life and core values to understand your…
 
How many times have you heard the phrase “college and career ready?” Would you say that your education experience has made you “life-ready?” What skills do you wish you were taught in high school? How well do you know yourself? There are key skills that we should have learned like personal development, cultural awareness, civic engagement, and self…
 
What are you more afraid of, failure or success? And why? The deeper answer to the second question will surprise you! In this episode, Deborah sits down to talk about the power of our joy and what it means to acknowledge and honor it. She also shares the words of Joel Leon and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to discuss what understanding the intersection …
 
The ability to be grateful is something to be grateful for. How do you react in the face of adversity? Do you find ways to express your creativity in each passing week? What makes you happy? What thoughts from your childhood are being projected into your passions, paths, and everyday life? In this touching and insightful guest interview episode, De…
 
What does growing up mean to you? Have you ever accidentally washed your debit card...or created your own budget for a grocery trip by yourself? How do you build new relationships in an environment that is entirely new to you? Are you friends with yourself? The pandemic has certainly changed the way we see many areas of our lives. Human connection …
 
Are you a student learning virtually this semester? How has the pandemic affected your academic experience? What have you discovered about yourself and your community during this time? Students all over the country have entered college during one of the most challenging years of the decade. In this episode, Deborah takes the time to talk about her …
 
Have you ever had two interests that were glaringly different from each other? Have you ever tried to combine them? What about this: how do spelling and science come together? In this down-to-earth guest interview episode, Deborah sits down to chat with Snehaa Ganesh Kumar, an astrophysics major at UC Berkeley and the Scripps National Spelling Bee …
 
What is an idea or goal that you wake up thinking about? What resources exist in your network, whether that be people, experiences, skills, and projects, do you feel inspired by daily? How are you working towards building a life of impact? And how do you turn the fear of starting into a solid bet on your potential? In this episode, Deborah takes th…
 
Have you ever listened to a podcast with identical twins who have nearly identical voices? In this first interview episode of the season, Deborah Olatunji sits down with Dorcas Olatunji, her twin sister, to talk about disrupting the worlds of technology, advocacy, education policy, social entrepreneurship, and business. Don’t worry about the simila…
 
If you could describe 2020 in only one word, what would it be? For Deborah Olatunji, she would have to choose the word "pivot." There are so many "what if's" that could have happened during this rollercoaster of a year from weddings, family gatherings, scheduled book tours, sports seasons and competitions to concerts, graduation ceremonies, and mor…
 
Have you ever felt an urge to make an impact, but you didn't know how? Have you ever felt alone in your search for purpose and identity? If so, this new podcast will speak to you in a thousand different ways. Here's the official trailer for the Voices of Disruption podcast by Deborah Olatunji. The Voices of Disruption Podcast is all about showcasin…
 
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