Welcome back to another episode of Radical Clarity with Yetunde Shorters! In today’s episode, we have a special guest, Lola Omolola, who will be sharing her incredible journey on how she built a thriving Facebook community of 1.7 million members. Join us as Lola takes us through her experiences and reveals the secrets behind creating such a powerful and engaged community.
She will dive into the importance of understanding people’s needs, building trust, and sharing personal stories to foster connection and belonging. Lola will also highlight the impact of creating a compassionate space and the incredible opportunities that arise from building a successful community. Get ready to be inspired and learn valuable insights on how to build and cultivate your own community. Let’s dive in!
Lola Omolola, a passionate storyteller, believes that we don’t always need our own individual stories to tell powerful and inspiring tales. Instead, Lola draws from the things she cares about deeply. One such story is about creating a platform for survivors of abuse. Creating FIN from a desire to give the Chibok girls a voice, Though Lola herself did not experience being kidnapped, she empathizes deeply with those who have gone through such traumatic experiences. She cannot simply turn a blind eye to the atrocities committed against women and children.
Lola cares about these issues, even if she may not be directly connected to the victims. With empathy as her driving force, Lola has dedicated herself to giving a voice to those who have been silenced. She believes that everyone deserves to be heard and through her platform, she aims to create a safe space for survivors to share their stories. Lola’s work is a testament to the power of empathy and the ability to tell captivating stories that not only entertain but also inspire change. She proves that by caring deeply about others, we can make a difference and create a world where every voice is valued and heard.