Silicon Luxembourg - - ENTREPRENEURS -


I want to start gain­ing ex­pe­ri­ence working at star­tups be­cause I have al­ready worked for com­pa­nies. I'm fa­mil­iar with that en­vi­ron­ment. Suc­cess will come as long as I'm pa­tient and work hard and take nec­es­sary steps. It's a learn­ing curve and you have to do ev­ery­thing you can to reach your goal. It's a path I want to ex­plore.


My aim is re­ally to help peo­ple. Some­times, in the cor­po­rate world, your job might not al­low you to reach a large au­di­ence and fig­ure out your core val­ues. You're re­stricted. You might have free time af­ter work but it's not enough to do what you re­ally want to do. Since I re­ally want to help peo­ple, I think be­ing an en­tre­pre­neur would be the best op­tion for me to ex­e­cute my core val­ues. It re­quires a lot of hard work – what we did at startup week­end was just a three-day thing – it's go­ing to be like this for years in the be­gin­ning be­cause you have to work 18 hours a day on an idea. I want to do that.


I've had dif­fer­ent ex­pe­ri­ences with com­pa­nies be­fore. I'm study­ing and working as well. I'm cur­rently man­ag­ing a lot. I would love to launch a startup as soon as pos­si­ble. It's a re­ally good chal­lenge!


I just started Univer­sity so it's a bit hard for me. Maybe in the fu­ture we will go for­ward with the project.


I've never thought about be­com­ing an en­tre­pre­neur. Since I don't have any work ex­pe­ri­ence, I still think I need to try that and see what makes me hap­pier. I am per­son­ally quite afraid of tak­ing risks. I don't know what the fu­ture holds for me, so for now I'm open to any­thing.

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