In honor of the round date, which shows the rapid development of the “I Love Living” project, we decided to interview the founder of Finiko, Kirill Doronin. He will talk about his childhood, good habits, and how he sees real charity.
In this interview, Kirill Doronin will talk about his childhood, good habits, and how he sees real charity.
Kirill Doronin was born in Kazan. He has graduated from the Kazan school and the Kazan university. Kirill has been experiencing an irresistible craving for self-knowledge and research.
Future planning. Goal-setting has never worked for Kirill. Everything that happened in his life had not been planned. Each idea coming to Kirill’s mind has been realized by him gradually. Sometimes, it could turn out not as he initially wanted, but in the end, he always managed to turn a thought into a product.
Success formula of Doronin. “My success formula is my favorite ten flips of a coin, during which you will have nine unsuccessful and one successful toss”. Success requires rejecting prejudices regarding hundreds of failed attempts and ultimately bringing your idea to life.
The Finiko charity project. Charity is often confused with dependency. Charity could quite naturally be an investment. Charity is needed to launch the impulse of promotion.
Encouraging words from Kirill Doronin – you should develop yourself in the area where you see and feel yourself.