Welcome to the first post of a series called “profiles.” Here, I will try to understand people for who they are as well as what they do and give you a preview of our interaction. Read more after the break>>>
I introduce you to the humble Mainer, Anthony “Tony” Ciampa. I strongly believe that we can learn a lot about somebody by simply observing how they behave. Even though I thought I was an on-time kind of person, every time I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Tony, he has always been there before me. This simple action is a giveaway to Tony's personality as an all-round great dude.
Tony’s entrepreneurial career started early in high school when him and his friends founded I Can’t Believe we Missed that Show. This has led him to explore other opportunities such as his current project, FirstSighter.
As we got talking about his second start-up FirstSighter, Tony immediately infected me with his entrepreneurial passion. The conversation drifted to the slightly deep concept of defining people which is at the core of “profiles.” We usually define people by what they do and only subconsciously consider who they actually are. Even though our quotidian activities could be used to classify us as individuals, this classification is merely a stereotype that prevents us from properly identifying somebody’s essence.
Feel free to check out Tony’s current entrepreneurial endeavor at www.firstsighter.com.
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