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Md. Asaduzzaman
Apr 09, 2022
In Our Story, Our World
Find Your Flow: Plan a Path to Fulfillment Arman Assadi left his job at Google at the height of his career to seek fulfillment in life. Now he wants to help others do the same with his Project EVO business. "Well, if it only takes five minutes," I mutter to myself as I sit down at my desk to take the brain type assessment. I'm not a fan of personality quizzes, to be perfectly honest. But after answering the first two questions, I have to admit that I'm really getting into it. Ten questions and only five minutes later (it's true), I learn that I am an “explorer”, a great thinker thirsty for freedom, eager to have a visible impact on the world and delighting in beauty. As I read my results telling me I should stay active and try new things, I take a sip from my “the mountains are calling” mug and notice my sore wrist from my very first boxing lesson. And I have to employee email database admit, this thing kinda nailed me (it doesn't hurt that one of my fellow explorers is Beyonce). I'm not the only one: to date, more than 126,000 other people have experienced the incredible accuracy of this quiz. But what makes it really impactful is that getting the results isn't the end of the experience. It's just the beginning. It's all part of Arman Assadi's sacred mission to build a life he loves and equip others to do the same, something he undertook after experiencing the widespread dissatisfaction in the modern workplace. As co-founder and CEO of Project EVO, Assadi has since built a custom planner and app tailored to each user's unique brain type, using the assessment as a guide, to help them find freedom and flow. necessary to succeed. We help people find alignment and identify what it takes to truly thrive and feel fulfilled in the workplace and in their lives," Assadi said. From Google to Hemingway Daiquiris Assadi really could have used that kind of advice when he strutted around none other than Google on his first day on the job in 2011. But alas, no personalized planner was waiting for him. While at Google, Assadi worked as an account executive on the Google Apps team, then took on a project manager role for Google Offers, a discount and coupon service rivaling Groupon that doesn't never really took off. Assadi says that while his initial manager was amazing, later supervisors were unwilling to "allow me and everyone in the organization to really step into the role that enlightens and helps them." to prosper”.
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