Lisa is a 24-year-old student from the Netherlands, who loves her work and the people in it.
But after a particularly bad semester in high school, she quit her job at a hardware store and moved to the US.
She is an English major, but she says her passion is technology, so she took an internship with a startup in California.
Lisa says she’s very confident and she’s proud of her accomplishments.
“I’m not afraid to be different,” she says.
“But it takes me a long time to get there.”
LISA stays hard: ‘I love the people I work with, the things I do’ Lisa has made a career out of her passion for technology and startups.
She’s been making a lot of money from her work, and her dream is to get her MBA in the US and go to work for a big company.
But she says she still has a lot to learn.
“When I’m ready, I want to work at a big startup,” she said.
“It’s a good place to start.”
LIKELY TO GET A BONUS LISA: “LISA stays stubborn.
LIZA HARD: “I love working with people, so I don’t worry about what people think.
I have a hard time letting others know what I think.”
LISSAN SELLS OUT OF HER CAREER: “This is a good opportunity for me to make a new career.”
For now, Lisa is focused on the internship and the internship is her main job.
She says she doesn’t know what she wants to do in the future, but after a successful internship, she’s excited to start her own company.
She plans to hire at least five people for her team.
“That will help me be successful,” she tells us.
LISA HARDER: ‘This is an exciting time to be a business owner.
I’ve always wanted to work in tech.
But I want a chance to really do something good.’
“Lisa says her dream job is to go to Silicon Valley and start a company.
If she gets that chance, she’ll be able to make money from selling products and services, she says, and she’ll learn a lot about how to make companies work better.
LISSANS PRICE LISSANI SHORTAGE OF A SINGLE CHANCE: “If I can work for just one company, that will be my greatest asset.”
LISSA STAYS SUSTAINABLE: “My biggest thing is to be healthy.”
Lisa says she thinks she’s a great entrepreneur, and is looking forward to getting started on her new venture.
“If we make it this far, we’re going to be so lucky to get to where we want to be.” “
For me, it’s a way to give back,” she told us.
“If we make it this far, we’re going to be so lucky to get to where we want to be.”
LISELLA STAYED IN SYDNEY TO PAY FOR AN INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL: “It was a lot easier than I thought it would be.”
READ MORE: Meet the students who turned Silicon Valley into a tech hub – In our first interview, Lisa talks about what she did for a year in San Francisco before returning to her home in the Netherlands.
“We had a lot going on in San Diego,” she explains.
“A lot of things were going on.”
Lisa started working at a coffee shop, and after her shift ended, she and her family headed to Amsterdam for a week to meet some friends.
They stayed for three days.
She said she didn’t feel like she was doing a lot, but when they returned home, they didn’t have to go back.
“In San Diego, we had to be there, and it was hard,” she explained.
“There was so much to do.
It was like going back to school.
I could do everything I had to do that day.”
She also says she misses Amsterdam, and feels that she missed the experience of living in San Fransisco, where she worked with the people there.
“To be back in San Franciscos atmosphere is something that I really love,” she shares.
“The city is great, and the vibe is great.
It’s a different city.”
LITTLE GIRL WHO SEES DEATH THREATENS HER LIFE: “Sometimes I get the feeling that the world is going to end, so it’s important to be careful.
It takes time.”
LIVING IN SYRIA LISA’S PROBLEM: “The hardest thing for me was not having my friends around.
It took a lot.”
LIFETIME: “There’s a lot more work to do.”
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