Startup Success That Saves Lives with Mathew D’Onofrio[Podcast]

Nightlife evokes thoughts of fun and entertainment. Unfortunately sometimes nightlife fun, can end badly. First aid isn’t always on hand, ambulances don’t always make it in time, and young people may not call paramedics for fear of being judged or getting in trouble. So how does this scenario lead to startup success? 

Mathew D’Onofrio, a Forbes listed 30-under-30 entrepreneur, is a trained nurse and St John’s Ambulance volunteer. Whilst volunteering, he recognised the gap at events and parties where timely first aid, that is accessible to youth, is needed. To fill this void, Mathew created Nightlife First-Aid.

In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Mathew talks us through his journey from helping his friends at parties, to overcoming abuse, building a business, and saving lives. Mathew’s development has inspired him to share his tips on learning, mental health, and following your passion.

Mathew D'Onofrio Discusses Startup Success

“It’s like walking up a staircase where each step you take, lights up the next step. It’s only when you take these steps that you can look down and see how far you’ve come.”

Listen now to the full episode:

In this episode on startup success, you will learn:

  • To look for opportunities that present themselves in your existing work
  • How resilience, sacrifice, and persistence are life skills that transfer into business
  • Why adversity and challenges present opportunities to learn and grow
  • How to approach startup success and entrepreneurship without prior knowledge
  • Pathways to achieve startup success; think beyond formal education
  • Self esteem strategies in a world where worth is sometimes confusing
  • Why volunteering your time helps develop your skills, your health, and keeps you connected to others
  • Confidence takes practice but that persisting on building your confidence is an invaluable life skill

“If you’re so passionate about what you do, be confident in your knowledge and in what you’re doing. Being slightly nervous means you’re doing something great.”

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Amelia xx

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