Thiago Sindra
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Thiago Sindra

I am the founder and CEO of Timezpot. I do like to code and think technically and logically, but I also really enjoy other areas of life. Learning is a process that we should never leave behind.

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Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Member since August 15, 2011
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About Thiago
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1998 PUCRS , BS , Computer Science
2007 FTBP , BS , Theology

I am a(n):


If you are an entrepreneur, why?

I can't change the whole world, but I believe I can do my part to help it getting a little better.

My favorite startups:

Facebook, Airbnb, Twitter

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

The most rewarding is to have a great idea which is still not implemented and that can be very helpful to people. The most frustrating I believe it would be someone taking that idea and doing the exact copy just to get money from it.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?

To think that they're the only ones having a good idea in the world and everybody will love it, and then get emotionally involved with it more than the reason allows.

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

Try at most to learn from the others' mistakes. If it's not possible, at least give a few steps and try to learn by your own mistakes.

Full bio

I'm a mix of ideas and desires.

I'm Brazilian, founder of, and I'm 31 years old.

I can say I'm a technical guy, used to 'play' with programming since 1997. But I should actually mention I'm not just technical. I love playing and studying music since I was 12. I enjoy reading romances and studying languages. I'm passionate about history and philosophy too.

I love my wife and the most important: God.

Would I like to change something in my past? No! What I have really learned in my life is that we must always grow.

My mistakes taught me to value all I am today.

To become perfect, you don't have to avoid mistakes, but to seize the opportunity to learn from them.