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JhonDoe
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because when you are ceo and founder of something at a young age, you need to empathize that as much as you can

that roughly translates as: "21 years old, international robotics champion, co-founder and CEO @ {put your company name here}"

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  • 3
    *emphasize, got my english very wrong there
  • 8
    I’m the CEO and founder of my home. 😅
  • 2
    And is he really el campeob internacional de robotica? o son puras mentiras del pelao?
  • 4
    @AleCx04 oddly enough it's hard to find an official statement/article about his title
  • 1
    I empathize very much with him.
    @JhonDoe I think I recognize the feeling you had when you came across this profile yet I always wonder whether the subject is just vain or there is a repressed element of envy/jealousy at my side. What do you think?
  • 2
    @webketje for me it's a mixture of both
  • 3
    He forgot to mention "4x founder and serial entrepreneur".

    Hence, that makes his profile fake. Real ones are n times things.
  • 1
    @F1973 is that like a 4x strategy game?
  • 2
    @N00bPancakes More like status quo or show off game?
  • 0
    I understand what you talking about, but this is ageism. But if you presented for example his product’s traffic report to show that it’s basically tiny, or something like this, your reasoning would’ve transitioned from “he can’t be a successful ceo in 21” to “he can’t be a successful ceo with his business doing so bad”.

    Downvoted.
  • 0
    No me gusta nada.
  • 1
    @F1973 in fact there is more in his profile headline, but for rant's sake just ceo was relevant. but here you go
  • 1
    @JhonDoe Innovation Director. WTF!!! 😂😂😂😂😂😂
  • 2
    @uyouthe I think there's valid reason to wonder what level of experience a 21 year old CEO has at a company nobody can find.

    21 is less about him, and just the available time he's had to do that thing.

    CEO /= CEO
  • 0
    @N00bPancakes there are prodigies. They are rare but they still exist. Ageism is wrong.
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    @uyouthe Worrying about ageism because of the possibility of some outlier event is and endless loop. You really wouldn't be able to think critically about any resume if you do that.
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    @N00bPancakes I judge only based on real achievements. I let the emotions settle and then I judge
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