New year, new opportunities, new collaborations. Today we are delighted to announce we have started a partnership with Paperound.com - a platform that connects university students with paid remote work for startups and SMEs.
I was remembering today about a webinar on emotional resilience I attended a few days back, that left me with a phrase stuck in my head: "Help others help you". It's ironic, but we rarely help others help us. Basically, because often times we don't really know what is it that we need.
Our NetMinds speed-mentoring event is closer, we are very happy to share will everyone who has registered and the ones yet to come. We have set this event up to give a space of support and connectedness. We reckon being an entrepreneur is hard and can be sometimes lonely. It should not be that way, we are all trying to do exciting things for the world and people. We can all help each other doing that.
As digital transformation starts to take over our lives, communities show a pivotal role in how we interact with others and the products and services we consume. Online community platforms have shown rapid growth, shedding light on how important it is for organizations and people to create or be part of a community that can help them thrive.
Entrepreneurs need to be more like children. Just like the pilot from the Little Prince, we need to see more elephants being digested by boa snakes, and less common hats, like the grown-ups.
There are little things more certain (next to death I think😀), than the uncertainty of the entrepreneurial journey. But if there is something I have learned during the last months, is that it doesn't need to be lonely and help can come from the most unexpected places.
Thinking collaboratively is a powerful business strategy. Identifying partners is as important as mapping competitors.
The chicken and the egg dilemma has been present over time, messing around with many people's minds. Philosophers such as Aristoteles and Plutarch; scientists, using theories from outstanding researchers such as Darwin, and even theologists from many religions, have had their go trying to figure out what was first.