Working at Qoorio since August has been one of the most enriching experiences of my life.
I love being a part of this team, working with different projects, constantly learning new things... But that's not all.
I just believe in Qoorio with every cell in my body. Every meeting that I had personally with other people using this platform has been very impactful to me. Talking to people, conversing about different topics always makes me believe in this idea even more - we learn from people, we learn from eachother.
I encourage you to meet atleast one person outside of your social circle atleast once a month. Believe me, magic will happen.
Below, you'll see our CEOs Justas' Janauskas' profile and a part of his bio where he talks about Qoorio. And who can better pitch an idea than the co-founder himself :)
Nassim Nicholas Taleb on how we tend to reduce knowledge by narrating it:
"Both the artistic and scientific enterprises are the product of our need to reduce dimensions and inflict order on things. Think of the world around you, laden with trillions of details. Try to describe it and you will find yourself tempted to weave a thread into what you are saying. Narratives spare us from complexity of the world and shield us from its randomness. Myths impart order into disorder of human perception and the perceived chaos of human experience. "
Now this applies to all of us, but some can handle the unknown better than others. And... There is a test to measure the ability to survive in uncertainty. Cognitive closure test would help you to identify your relationship with uncertainty.
Would you like to try the test?