#204 - Emil Jimenez, CEO Mind Bank AI on thinking big and long-term

"A simple question can change your life"

This podcast interview focuses on product innovation that has the power to the personal development and aging challenge for all of us. My guest is Emil Jimenez, Founder, and CEO of Mind Bank AI

emil jimenezEmil Jimenez is a marketing expert with over 18 years working on global campaigns. He started working in the communications industry as a web designer in NYC. In 2009 he opened Passion Communications in Prague with the vision of building a brand empire for himself and his clients. 

Since 2020 Emil has set out to produce the most transformational idea of his life. This was the birth of Mind Bank AI – a company that’s on a mission to allow humanity to go beyond their limits and live forever through data. 

What started as daddy’s quest for immortality has expanded into something bigger for humanity because the next personal computer is you.

And this inspired me, and hence I invited Emil to my podcast. We explore how observing his little daughter sparked an idea that turned into a vision that could potentially solve some of the world’s biggest problems. Preventing Mental health issues by increasing mental strength, providing education and access to expert knowledge for those that need it most, new ways of knowledge monetization, and even immortality. 

Emil shares the insights from the journey he’s been on to bring this from idea to reality. Last but not least he explains his secrets to creating a software business that we’d miss if it were gone.

Here are some of his quotes:

So Mind Bank is a platform for you to create a digital twin of yourself. We want to make a platform for people to bridge AI, and move humanity to what we call AI-enhanced humanity. 

It’s not about the metaverse because the MetaVerse is all about living in another place. Now we’re more concerned about ThisVerse. How do I take the AI and data and all the sides that we have to make me or make you a better person and help you in your personal development?

And ultimately, store your wisdom. How much wisdom and knowledge is lost when people pass away, especially in family wisdom? So we have the technology to not only learn about ourselves and optimize ourselves, but also that wisdom could last forever – and add value to your family forever. And that’s really building this database of humanity.

During this interview, you will learn four things:

  1. Why having an eye for what matters – and for the things we’d miss if they were gone –  is a fantastic source to spark meaningful innovation 
  2. That even if everyone is blown away with your big idea it’s not guaranteed funding will flow in. Never underestimate this.
  3. Why thinking big and long-term will make it a lot easier to keep focused and overcome critical challenges short-term.
  4. Why thinking about money should come last in all the strategic decisions you make

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Ton Dobbe is a former B2B software product marketer who's on a mission to save mission-driven SaaS CEOs from the stress of 'not enough' traction. He's the author of The Remarkable Effect, the host of the Tech-Entrepreneur on a Mission podcast, and writes a daily newsletter on the secrets to mastering predictable traction.