Pitched at the accelerator

I pitched my project at the end of my accelerator program. In my accelerator application video, I mentioned that the best way to learn is to take action and share it with others. Back then, I hadn't known how to build a project around it and created an MVP that helped make associations and self-quizzes for notes. After the 25th person started comparing my project with Notion and Evernote, it was a strong signal that I was on the wrong path.

I pivoted from the note-taking app into a platform that helps you reflect on your progress in calls with new people. You take action yourself, and once a week, you share your progress in a conversation with a new person.

In the past, I met many people who wanted to transform their lives but didn't have a right surrounding to push them forward. They tried to change but dropped their courses, projects, and books halfway. That's why I create an environment that empowers solo-founders and other learners to grow consistently. Now I'm searching for early users to try https://razum.app/ and share feedback.

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