Dec 5, 2021 • 12M

Ohayo | Pivoting a startup feels like replaying Cyberpunk 2077 with a new character build

An audio story about mentally stable co-founders and the careful balancing of creative productivity.

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You know that feeling when you’ve just completed a huge non-linear RPG game like Cyberpunk 2077 and are about to role-play it with a different character to see how the world reacts? 👾

That’s the vibe for Lera and me now. The old game is about to end and the new game hasn’t started yet, but mentally we’re in both.

In the old game, I role-played an old boring dude suffering from toxic productivity and imposing his vision onto people around him.

In the new game, Lera role-plays a visionary with a following, a noble mission to carry on and a drama of how instant recognition falls onto her mind.

That’s how The Community Punks pivot is settling down in our minds. 👐

We’re dropping the community consultancy gig because our values do not correlate with the crypto focus of the industry and are starting a new angel-funded startup with the community as the key value and the core loop of success 🍸.

Lera is running away from men

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