Nataliia Rzhevska is the CIO of VideoWiki, A simple tool for teachers to create teaching content without any advance knowledge of a tool or code. She is a proven business leader, entrepreneur, educator, and mentor. She is an expert in Neuropedagogy and AI working on the subjects of cognitive future for students while supporting teachers at the university level. Today we got a chance to interview her, let’s know more about her & learn from her experiences.
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Excerpts from our exclusive interview with her:
Q1) Tell us about your professional experience?
I teach in the process of self-learning. Today, when the pace of knowledge renewal must be measured at a four-dimensional rate, and science is absorbed in the diffusion of the IoT, VR, AI… .. even to monitor the updating of industry information seems extremely difficult. History textbooks and the first chapters of monographs should tell about yesterday’s experience as a historiographical review, and the teacher should talk about current information and, most importantly, how he\she found it, validated it, and sees it as promising for the development of a branch or field of science.
When a teacher shows the whole path of his self-learning and self-development, he becomes an authority for his students, the accessibility of the education ecosystem expands when the teacher and the student cooperate when everyone has the experience and everyone tries to adapt it to modern realities. Teaching theory in the process of self-learning is an effective mechanism for cooperation, building trust, active discussion, and the acquisition of critical thinking skills.
Q2) What risks do you face?
Every day I face the risks of lack of time and my own ambitions for a constant maximum professional result that can be measured. But this race has no finish. And this is the risk of burnout, apathy. The inability to control self-sufficient processes and at the same time the overstrain of responsibility that you take on is also a risk for the formation of self-respect and a sense of self-confidence and self-esteem.
Q3) Has the pandemic (COVID 19) affect your business? if so how?
Business is an adaptive category, any processes affect it, but the pandemic has reformatted many entrepreneurial axioms. And most importantly human relations. As many processes have gone online, they have become more accessible and open to the general public. Business support has become popular not only from the government, but also from numerous mentors, caring owners of best practices, who have created an incredible number of associations, volunteer initiatives, and accelerator programs.
The strength of faith, the spirit of support against the background of the global threat to humanity has given impetus to the formation of a new culture e meet friends, co-founders, co-dreamers.
Q4) How many hours a day do you work on average and can you describe/outline your typical day?
I work a lot, but I have an extraordinary opportunity to get inspiration from my professional roles. My day is a real quest of Zoom Rooms :). Every day I meet new people, I have the opportunity for motivational communication, but to a greater extent, it is the adaptation of information, experience of others to educational material, cooperation with students, research of future skills, and employment prospects of graduates. My typical day is a search. I look for the questions with the largest scale of those who need answers; I look for important hypotheses, the testing of which then becomes a plan.
Q5) What is your biggest fear, and how do you manage your fear?
Not having time to realize their dreams and plans. There are times when you want to enjoy a state of peace, silence, pause all deadlines and hear yourself, talk to yourself. At such moments, wings grow, dreams overflow and it seems that your energy is able to move the world. And the next day I just avoid the routine, and take at least a small step so as not to retreat later.
Q6) What is the first thing for you money or emotions?
Emotions control actions. Money controls actions. Actions generate emotions and money. But this is a normal movement. If you want to set priorities, let’s focus on the concept that is top for me when it comes to the spiritual and material. This is CATHARSIS. To experience this extraordinary good, devastation, and filling at the same time, rebirth. It is more than rethinking, it is an emotional breakthrough that releases negative energy and you, as with a newborn soul, are able to know the world and yourself in it again. This is a new stage.
| A new era of your personality |
Therefore, the answer to this question is obvious to me.
Q7) What advice would you give to college graduates who want to become entrepreneurs ??
- It all starts with a goal. Although sometimes from a single micro-theme or shadow of thought.
- I can’t talk about entrepreneurship as a business topic, for me it’s life.
- There are specific tips, millions of books have been written, every day there are new exciting videos about startup life and incredible stories of victories.
- Take responsibility for your dreams.
- Appreciate like-minded people, and criticize even more!
- Every day is not only a story about opportunities, but about the pleasure of the uniqueness of each moment.
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