Ep 189 – The Founder Of Webacy On Helping Life After Death
Ep 189 - The Founder Of Webacy On Helping Life After Death
As entrepreneurs, we’re constantly thinking about the future. The next quarter, the next goal. But how often do we stop and think about death?
Today’s guest, Maika Isogawa had to think about it at a young age when her cousin tragically passed whilst in the prime of his life. As a result, Maika founded Webacy, a platform that helps to manage digital assets such as social media and crypto currency after death.
In this episode of Peers2Peers, powered by Shopify, Maika shares her discovery of finding a gap in the market, the importance of having an outlet outside of business, and why thinking about death can sometimes help us discover what we truly want.
If there’s any proof that you can have multiple journeys, it’s today’s guest. Maika Isogawa is a former professional acrobat who performed with experts in their field at Cirque Du Soleil.
In another life, Maika worked as an engineer for Microsoft. Now, she is the Founder of Webacy, a platform that helps to manage people’s lives after death.
And all before the age of 30, proving that you can chase multiple passions, ideas, and pathways.
In this episode of Peers2Peers, powered by Shopify, Maika shares the impostor syndrome that comes with being a high achiever, the culture shock of moving from Tokyo to the U.S, and why balance is the ultimate entrepreneurial key.
Maika Isogawa is the Founder of Webacy, a platform that assists people with managing their digital and personal affairs after death. A former Cirque Du Soleil acrobat and Microsoft engineer, Maika is an alumni of Stanford University and a recent listee on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.