Marijus KrasnickasValue Creator Through Unity. Founder of UNO Parks. Your Gold Fish.Some time ago
Story worth sharing #DelusionalPsychopath & #Genius at the same time
Justas Janauskas on Ask me anything you wantQoorious humanSome time ago
Being in a privileged position, I want to give back. During my last 12 years as an entrepreneur, I have found myself in many good and bad situations. I have made millions of mistakes, yet found the way out often thanks to other people I considered smarter than myself. Merely seeing a different perspective through their eyes on a situation I wanted to change often was the first step to find a solution whether that was business, life, or career. Being in a privileged position as a unicorn co-founder (Vinted), I want to give back: I am offering my experience & perspective to young entrepreneurs and other fellows who believe I can provide a helpful perspective on their business problems. I will not solve your problems. Only you can do that, yet, I might offer a different approach to your problem. I have already reserved 1-2 slots per week for whoever wants to talk to me. During last year, I have already done close to 100 such meetings/calls, and, based on the feedback, people were happy (5 out 5 stars). Yes, I am doing this through this platform. I charge a symbolic fee for a meeting because I learned that there is a massive difference in people’s motivation, whether they pay or not. Well, there is no free lunch, after all. And yes, all proceeds automatically go to a local dog shelter as a charity. Some of you might know that I am a big fan of dogs 🐕. I will respond to all meeting requests, yet will accept only those which I believe are relevant to me. So, please be specific on your problem/situation prior sending me a request. Also, I might have a queue of requests/meetings, so please give me time to come back to you. To those who don’t know me, briefly: I am an engineer in my heart. I was coding since I was 10. I represented Lithuania in international olympiads in informatics when I was at school (yet, never got the medal). I made my first exit when I was 14 and since then worked as a software developer. At age of 24, I co-founded Vinted, which 12 years later became the first Lithuanian unicorn. I left my own company when I was 34 (it was both a happy and painful experience). Today I am building Qoorio, a platform to connect people like you and me. I experienced working, studying, and building a company all at the same time by day & night. I have hired over a hundred people and fired tens. I raised tickets from €5k to €25m. I pitched to hundreds of investors of all kinds: angels, seeds, growth, PE, investment banks, etc. I was micromanaging people, bullying people, empowering people, making their dreams and nightmares come true. I was the best leader and the worst one. I have seen teams coming together, I have seen teams breaking up. I have seen companies dying, and I have seen companies skyrocketing. I made brilliant decisions, and I made terrible decisions. I was in euphoria many times, and I was in hell even more times. I have been the winner, and I have been the looser. I was loved by some people, and some other people hated me. Some people thought I am a genius, marketing guru and a mastermind, while other people thought I am a delusional psychopath. Well, after all, if you think I can be of any help to you, then let’s talk! If not, then share this message with those who might want to talk. 🙇‍♂️🚀💪🦀
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Justas JanauskasQoorious human
I think there are no universally agreed rules in life and business. Making as much content as possible might be a great advice for Gary, but not necessary for you. Figure out your own rules and follow them. Of course, seek inspiration from people you admire.
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Viktorija Malašauskaitė on Time managementI analyse, plan&talk about things a lotSome time ago
Okay. This Monday feels totally different. After 12 years of going to school, I said goodbye to it. Today is the first day when I am responsible for planning how to study efficiently alone. Personally, I think these steps allow me to be productive: ⭕️Tidy workplace ⭕️Set time (usually 25 min work 5 min break) ⭕️Quiet environment ⭕️Fresh air ⭕️A lot of water ⭕️Phone left in another room What are your hacks for learning?

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Dominykas RimšaProduct & UX Designer
One trick I use is revisiting the stuff I need to learn/work on just before I go to sleep. Putting new things in your head right before you drowse off makes them stick better when you wake up. And it’s actually a scientific fact https://lifehacker.com/study-before-bed-for-significantly-better-retention-5896513 Oh and congrats on graduating!
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Algimantas Časas on Is your idea worth exploring?Founder at sustainable watch bands www.someloops.comSome time ago
Why you should share your ideas with as many people as possible? When you came up with an idea you came with it from your own perspective. Closed environment is challenging for an idea to be as competitive as possible with good go to market strategy. Having feedback about it from as many people as possible (preferably live conversations) is good though game to check or adapt that idea before even starting to test the market. I do believe idea is as important as execution. After gathering feedback you will be able gather feedback on: - weather you communicate it clearly - problem haven't been solved in other way - does the problem exists - what is most lean approach in validating it - after what point it can be profitable - do you have time and persistence to develop it - what partners could be good for it - what is your core motivation in pursuing it You will save lot of time and effort making it the most efficient way possible by gathering knowledge from other people. Should you be afraid of sharing your idea then just start doing it and you will figure out the rest later.

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Algimantas ČasasFounder at sustainable watch bands www.someloops.com
Yes, telling your idea to someone let's you understand it through other point of views and makes it more refined and doable 👍🏻 Looking forward!
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