“What do you do at work? Do you like it? Why do you like it?”
You may have experienced it. Your kids or parents asking those tricky questions. While you are rolling on the floor and trying to simplify your passion into understandable answers, you may also realize how important these answers are.
For me angel investing passion can be put into three main categories: People, innovations and big impact. I have always been excited about innovations and long-lasting impact of them. I have always been a “garage inventor” by myself. Personality tests claim that I’m an “out-of-the-box” type. In my early days of entrepreneuring, this meant that I was doing stuff way too early. Lessons learned.
And I have always been excited about coaching and training. Some say that I’m good with it. Especially in Nordics, angel investing is mostly dealing directly with startup founders, who are innovative and passionate people. Helping them to grow (and avoid my mistakes) is a wonderful task, especially with our Pivot5 accelerator.
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