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When I faced my toughest leadership challenges, it was my support network that made all the difference. 💪

Here are 5 simple actions that will 10x your inner circle: 👇🏻
A strong support network isn't just about having people to lean on in tough times. It's about fostering relationships with people who:

🔹 Challenge your thinking
🔹 Offer guidance
🔹 Share experiences
🔹 Encourage growth

Here's how I approach it: 👇

#RelationshipBuilding #LeadershipTips
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Part 3: Favourite community builders

#community is important for entrepreneurs

My top 10 in 2020 🏆

@MichaelJNovotny - is actively mapping and integrating basic information for the #nocode and maker communities.

His unstoppable energy and sincere support inspired me deeply!

His awesome work
@HainingMax - if you are considering to build a tech startup without code. You should join @100daysnocode community.

You can immediately access the cool peer group and the relevant resources.

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To share what you wish you would have known years ago is to handover the chain of tokens, to the people, willing to unlock a better tomorrow. #giveback #NerdZen #TokensToZen #TheNerdsJourney
TokenToZen  #1:
Be Homo Ludens. Play is research. Innovation never stops playing. Put yourself in the players’ shoes. Our world needs true game changers. Be part of the action! #PlayYourDay #Gamification #SimonSinek #InfiniteGames #NerdZen #TokensToZen
TokenToZen #2:
If you ever got to choose what you will loose: Your Eyes or your Ears: How will you decide? A life without sight or a silent one? Choose wisely. Want a hint? Silence is consent? #DecisionMaking #MeaningfulConnections #NerdZen #TokensToZen
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Just finished reading Get Together.
Brilliant and necessary read for anyone building a community.

With any, the goal is to bridge different people together so they can share resources, ideas, skills, info, and form a bond with each other. 🌏 #GiveFirst… Hand holding the yellow, or...
“People participate in communities for a variety of reasons—to sing, to lose weight, to read stories that speak to them. But regardless of what drives people to show up for the first time, the relationships they form are what will bring them back.”
“For any community to flourish, it's essential that members have a space where they can speak directly to each other, without having to depend on a founder or leader to play intermediary.”
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How I ended up here is a testament to the power of networks and working for the good of a larger whole. I didn't know it but I set the ball rolling some 3 years ago when I decided to build a community around health technology entrepreneurship in Nigeria.
It was 2016, I'd moved back to Nigeria in 2015 to build a #healthtech company. After struggling for a while trying to figure things out myself, I contacted a few people and set up @DigitalHealthNg. My goal was to create a support group and share knowledge among ourselves.
The ever-optimistic @0moba was great support and jumped on board early. Also had great early support from people like @LanreAdeloye , @iakhimien, @DeboOdulana, @Ayomidejoe, @waledash and many more.
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Cracking PM interviews: Just collating a couple of points from some conversations over the last few days

1. Don’t spray paint your applications and wait for luck by chance. Play to your strengths and see what value you can add to the company you’re applying to (a deck with what could be done better or how x can solve y if you have some time on hand)
2. Figure out the T shaped skills you need to get there. UI/UX/Data/Tech/Metrics/Comm/Growth/Business Acumen - it’s okay if it takes some time but it’s worth it.
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