Enzo Day is an international serial entrepreneur from France. His company stands out because it is a great place to collaborate: he imagines it as a marketplace where people could exchange and develop exciting projects and also one day it could be a real place where people could come for a while or more.
The tips which he would recommend to his colleagues in his industry to help them to thrive and not “burn out” are to Never quit : it’s hard, long working hours but that the price to build amazing project …and work with a team, Also, none of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way.
His parents give him this entrepreneurship spirit and they support him on all his projects. They gave him an amazing example to follow, a lot of advice …and pushed him to follow his path even though it was hard. He knows they fully trust in him.
Golf practice made him learn that it’s not enough to be good at, if he wants to be the best, he needs to practice and practice again and again every day. He then improved his swing to have a perfect one
His success is an opportunity to develop an engaging community and offer opportunity to develop his web company abroad
He doesn’t believe in luck, he doesn’t believe in chance, he believes that everyone has his destiny in his hands.
The 5 things he wishes someone told him before he started his company is to be patient, be resilient, never quit, be focused and don’t give trust too quickly. Don’t give trust too quickly, he gave too many things to his first partner, it was a mistake, since he learned to develop relationship in not go directly to partnership
His philosophy is that based on peer learning, one should develop strong relationships with community members. With life being Art he and his company push them to improve their skills. The Sticko project has been an amazing project: in a few months they push the limits from the initial idea of how to develop a new service based on NFC technology and social media.
Enzo Day wants to get a worldwide position in the next five years.
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