The Three Last Conversations

The Three Last Conversations

This talk is about mistakes, diving saves, honesty and delivering bad news. But most importantly, it's about effort and result. It answers which of them is more valuable to me and why.

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Mindaugas Mozūras

October 05, 2017
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  1. The Three Last Conversations

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  3. Vinted

  4. Make second-hand the first choice worldwide

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  6. 19m people in 10 countries

  7. Lean Software Development

  8. 100s of deploys per day

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  10. The First Conversation

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  15. Tada! Surprise!

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  17. Not a born leader

  18. Was result-oriented

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  20. Step 1: prep review

  21. Step 2: hit with the news

  22. Step 3: possibilities

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  24. The Second Conversation

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  27. Diving saves

  28. Diving saves are not good

  29. Challenge accepted

  30. He is not leaving

  31. Story & Surprises

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  34. The Third Conversation

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  36. The night is darkest just before the dawn

  37. Open about company’s situation

  38. Started with people that are staying

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  41. Effort

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  44. “Results aren't the criteria for success, it's the effort that

    is most important.” — John Wooden
  45. Thanks! - @mmozuras codingfearlessly.com