Dovilė DaugvilaitėGetting things done in project management | 1st woman Human IPO in BalticsSome time ago
Hey! This will be my first insight, so make sure you read it to the very end. 😁🤞🏽 I am sure that the best investment we can make nowadays is investment in personal growth. And time. The less time we have, the more expensive it gets, right? Have you already heard about possibility to invest as less as couple of cents into the time and potential of the person you believe in? Imagine you would have invested into Elon Musk’s time 30 years ago. Today it would be worth a lot more! The same you can do today - on humanipo.app. It works similar way to stock exchange - just that you trade human’s time. My initial public offering is going live on 11th of November 12 pm EDT. There are many more amazing people there too! Make sure to check it out. #humanipo
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Andris BerzinsVC seed stage investor in Baltic startups, former startup founder, startup activist, father of four.
Very interesting concept . I just wonder whether the legal regulation around this has been sufficiently explored and there is a question of enforcement many years down the line to get your hours..... But the idea is indeed interesting.
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Dovilė DaugvilaitėGetting things done in project management | 1st woman Human IPO in Baltics
I see it the same as buying consultancy time of any person, as on Qoorio too. Time bought can be also redeemed for personal use. And number of hours to purchase is limited, up to 500, and set by the person who is running the IPO. In my case it will be only 20 hours available for the market.
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Andris BerzinsVC seed stage investor in Baltic startups, former startup founder, startup activist, father of four.
Interesting experiment....
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Jurgis TerleckasCommunication entusiast
@Povilas Godliauskas good point!
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