Community of Cultivators: Edition 33

By Stormy McBride On June 29, 2020 In Community Cultivators Blog Series

Community of Cultivators

Here at GCUC we are immensely fortunate to cross paths and work with so many amazing people. Through our work, we’ve cultivated a global community of people we think you should know about.

Community of Cultivators is a blog series we created to introduce you to coworking game changers and connectors. Each month, we’ll release new interviews that we hope inform and inspire you.

This week we had the pleasure of interviewing Miro Miroslavov, founder and CEO of Office RnD. When he is not actively involved in the coworking world, you might spot him rock climbing. Keep reading to see what he had to say.

Miro MiroslavovWhat in your life are you most proud of cultivating or creating? Why?

I’m very proud of what we have achieved at OfficeRnD. We created a fast-growing, super-strong software company in a market that was almost non-existent when we started. I’m very proud of our team’s resilience, agility and drive to build software.

Where do you personally feel the most sense of community?

Rock climbing! I used to do a lot of rock climbing and that’s where the community really matters! In fact, your life depends completely on another so you’d better believe in them. This creates a really strong bond, sense of belonging, and community.

What podcast would you recommend to others and why?

Business Wars by Wondery. I love history and business – when combined it’s even more awesome. The stories of centuries-old business rivalries are really fascinating.

What is one piece of advice you give everyone that works with and/or for you?

Work hard. If you can, work smart but always work hard. That’s something you can always do. 🙂

If you had $500 to spend- what would you buy?

I’d travel. You can visit some awesome places for $500 that will create memories lasting forever.

What advice would you give to someone thinking of becoming an entrepreneur?

Pursue growth and learning. Have a very strong commitment to both personal growth and business growth. It’s hard, it’s painful, it’s uncomfortable but it’s worth it. 🙂

What is the best habit you ever started? What habit do you want to start but haven’t yet?

My best habit is actually creating habits and sticking with them. I love consistency and building patterns and routines. This allows me to focus on the hard things in life, rather than spending time on daily routine stuff.

If you had to put a quote on your gravestone what would it be?

Enjoy your life while pursuing growth!