I think the main goal for a leader, aside from setting a main direction and arbitrate, is to spread team spirit. If someone works just because they have to and not for an idea or a project which is close to their heart, then it’s delusional to expect the best from them. On this same topic, treat your colleagues with the same respect, there is no place for favoritism or affection unless you want to institute an unfair system. …


Get involved. Whether you put boots on the ground and help a homeless person or just donate money to a cause that helps them. Be active in solving this crisis. We tend to dress up and attend balls and gala charity events thinking that is all that is needed. It’s good to donate money but try to step out of your comfort zone and really see if there is one step more you can take to help out an individual.

As a part of my series about “Heroes Of The Homeless Crisis” I had the pleasure of interviewing Kim Rockwell.


If you can, go work at a startup first. The experience you gain could make your own startup a success rather than a failure, based on learning from the mistakes you will see first hand by working at another startup.

As a part of our series called “My Life as a TwentySomething Founder”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Brian Gallagher.

Brian Gallagher is a council member at Partisia Blockchain, a Web 3.0 public blockchain built for trust, transparency, privacy, and speed-of-light finalization.

A serial entrepreneur, Brian has founded numerous startups over the last decade, including Underground Cellar, the online…


The one thing I wish someone had told me before I started would be to surround myself with a core team of people who think about scaling from the beginning. It’s so easy to go deep into the technology and problem area, and to get caught up in product development, but at the same time, you’ve got to also keep an eye on the bigger picture at all times.

As a part of our series about cutting edge technological breakthroughs, I had the pleasure of interviewing Tomer Shalit, CEO and founder of ClimateView (www.climateview.global), …


Interactive and fun — Few technology providers realize that any technology is only as valuable as its ability to be adopted by users. Make it useful, interactive and fun for users and they will come back and spend more.

As part of our series about the future of retail, I had the pleasure of interviewing Stefan Hauswiesner, CEO and co-founder of Reactive Reality (www.reactivereality.com), the Austrian augmented reality leader enhancing the e-commerce experience for retailers and consumers

Thank you so much for joining us in this interview series! Before we dive in, our readers would love to learn a bit…


Setting people free is the ultimate goodness we can bring to the world. By getting bitcoin into the digital wallets of as many people as possible, we are helping to ensure people are financially empowered with control over their own value around the globe. Not only myself, but a vast majority of the Coinmama team come to work in the morning with a sense of mission to help onboard as many people onto the Bitcoin lifeboat as possible.

As a part of our series about cutting edge technological breakthroughs, I had the pleasure of interviewing Laurence Newman, Co-Founder of Coinmama


Study leadership. Inspire people. Give your teammates someone to look up to. Take great pride in not your own achievements, but in the success of your subordinates, and you will be rewarded both financially and personally beyond what your ever dreamed possible.

As a part of our series about “How To Give Honest Feedback without Being Hurtful”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jeff Martinovich

Jeffrey A. Martinovich is a First Gulf War Veteran, MBA, and Founder and CEO of MICG Investment Management, a billion-dollar wealth management firm. After the 2008 Financial Crisis, Jeff rejected three government plea offers, resulting…


Never forget yourself; try to allocate time for things you are passionate about, even if it appears like there is no time at all: I really wanted to learn and work on a new technology, but it never felt like the right time. In the end, I decided to take some university courses (and pay for them!) and do all the homework and submissions. It wasn’t easy, but since I had strict deadlines and commitments, I had to find some time in between everything else, and I managed to do that.

The Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality & Mixed Reality Industries…


Communicate — In the NFT space there are no middlemen — no galleries and art advisors. At least for now. This means that artists are now responsible, not only for creation, but also for promoting and selling the work. It requires a slightly different skill set.

Many have observed that we are at the cusp of an NFT boom. The thing is, it’s so cutting edge, that many people don’t know what it is. What exactly is an NFT and how can one create a lucrative career out of selling them? …


Be involved and pay it forward. The NFT space is still in its infancy, and there’s plenty of time to gain traction and establish yourself. In the meantime try to inspire others, and collaborate. Be aware of the great many issues and frustrations buyers and sellers have, and of who has ideas to solve those, then try to introduce those who wish to action those solutions.

Many have observed that we are at the cusp of an NFT boom. The thing is, it’s so cutting edge, that many people don’t know what it is. What exactly is an NFT and…

Fotis Georgiadis

Passionate about bringing emerging technologies to the market

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