Thank you so much for joining us! Can you tell us a story about entrepreneurship?
To me, it is always very natural. I have been involved with different ventures, and I never felt uncomfortable about it. It really comes naturally to me, and especially any kind of venture that requires my creative side is my favorite to do.
Can you share the biggest challenges that you had to overcome since you started?
One of the main challenges that pretty much every entrepreneur deals with is time management. Especially if you are a perfectionist, it is hard to be in every detail. When it comes to internet business, it is quite complicated as it is usually a worldwide business, so it can be challenging for many people as it requires you to adapt to other time zones as well.
What are the key to Motivation and Mental health success for you?
I see mental health as something really important, and I am so glad that this generation is talking more about it and all the different discoveries in the field. I think that both physical and mental health should be a priority in everyone’s life, at least in your top three.
I don’t like the word motivation so much, it sounds like there is something, in particular, to go after or to look for. I always like to do better and doing things that are hard is my way of being thankful for everything that God gave me. I think in that way, I look for challenges because it is a way to grow.
What do you do to keep your health good and positive?
Honestly, I have been blessed in that sense as well as I haven’t done much about it. I am very grateful for my health and hope to get better at taking care of my body.
How do you think that your startup will make a huge difference in people’s lives?
Decentralized finance will eventually open the doors for many financial services that aren’t there yet. It isn’t only ours but the whole movement of it will ultimately make people save a lot of money and too many people. That may seem a small difference as it is only a change in what they have in their pockets, but coming from a country like Argentina, where most people struggle financially, I can tell you that helping people financially in any way is great to work and very needed in many communities.
How entrepreneurship has changed your life and what is your emotional struggle for this?
There are the common ups and downs but I never emotionally struggled for it. Work is work. I see many entrepreneurs dealing with emotional struggles because of the activity but to me, it just works… Work isn’t my main priority, even when I am a very focused and responsible person, I am all about people and to me, it is always God, my family, my friends, my health and then maybe business. It barely makes the list to me.
What do you advise for young people who want to do better business?
It really depends on what they do and I don’t like giving much advice on it as I feel as I am just getting started but I think it is important to always understand your audience. It is so easy to try to sell things that you like rather than what people like, and I feel that as entrepreneurs we shouldn’t be trying to do that, but to understand people and make things they would like to buy.