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The Tokunbo Chronicles is a weekly podcast sharing the incredible and powerful stories of entrepreneurs, trailblazers and dreamers striving to create a life of purpose and meaning. Join Chief Storyteller and award-winning entrepreneur Tokunbo Koiki for weekly stories that are sure to empower, educate and entertain you. Subscribe now so you don't miss an episode, view show notes at http://tokunbokoiki.com/podcast

Life is what you make of it and only you get to decide how your story is written. I hope by sharing these stories with you, you leave inspired and equipped to live yours out, unapologetically.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy the chronicles.

The Tokunbo Chronicles Tokunbo Koiki

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

The Tokunbo Chronicles is a weekly podcast sharing the incredible and powerful stories of entrepreneurs, trailblazers and dreamers striving to create a life of purpose and meaning. Join Chief Storyteller and award-winning entrepreneur Tokunbo Koiki for weekly stories that are sure to empower, educate and entertain you. Subscribe now so you don't miss an episode, view show notes at http://tokunbokoiki.com/podcast

Life is what you make of it and only you get to decide how your story is written. I hope by sharing these stories with you, you leave inspired and equipped to live yours out, unapologetically.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy the chronicles.

    Nina Malone shares her journey to becoming a Talent Agent and founder of Dope Black Mums

    Nina Malone shares her journey to becoming a Talent Agent and founder of Dope Black Mums

    Nina Malone is a Talent Agent at IAG and Founder of Dope Black Mums movement, a digital safe space for black women to navigate motherhood together.

    In this episode she joins Tokunbo (@tokunbo_koiki) to explore the ways and functions of being a 'Dope Black Mum' whilst also being intentional in caving out sacred time and space for yourself, even if it is just taking time to watch Netflix!

    You can find out more about the work Nina does at IAG here www.iagtalent.com/about-us
    To join the Dope Black Mums safe space, check out her website for more information www.dopeblackmums.co.uk

    • 58 min
    It's been a long time (long time) and I shouldn't left you.

    It's been a long time (long time) and I shouldn't left you.

    Host Tokunbo Koiki shares how the Covid-19 Pandemic has resulted in her recent decision to changed the goals she started the year with. She is now actively working to combine her love of coaching, fashion and mental health advocacy in her professional and business endeavours.

    You will learn her tips and strategies on how you can start to do the work to make your dreams come true. Life is a series of pivot and taking time to get clarity of what you want, why you want it and a clear definition of your purpose are the basics to actualise any dream. Dreams have no expiration date and it's never 'too late' to get started on making yours come true.

    FOLLOW TOKUNBO'S ADVENTURES: www.tokunbokoiki.com

    CONNECT WITH TOKUNBO

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/tokunbo.koiki

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

@highyellowmoon ,

Thoughtful and inspiring podcast

Tokunbo is an excellent interviewer - she brings out the best in her guests. You hear true vulnerability, great advice and a roadmap for your own success as an entrepreneur or if climbing the corporate ladder. Tokunbo’s Chronicles also centres the experience of Black people which is new and much needed. Highly recommend subscribing.

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