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Why Use Iwanna?
In this morning, many people in my town would have a coffee with someone new. Me too. But we have no idea about each other.
OR you would join carpooling for this weekend. Maybe going football or hicking or festival or ..or or.. or.. Tons of stuff you would do. Here is an open platform to share wishes and get closer to them.
Help Yourself Help others
YOURSELF: Writing, sharing your wishes are not only for others like Facebook Status or tweet. After posting your wish, it becomes a plan. After a while, you will have a look to your wishes and analysis it. How your wishes changes, which kind of stuff you wish more and etc. It will help you to know yourself deeply, understand your interests better. Maybe, then it will be easy to deciding to your current school/job is for you or not. Or on any other future decides
OTHERS: Helping to others makes you happy, right? Yeap, it is human nature. While knowing people's inclination near you, it will be easier to help them. This TED video shows how we carry the intentions all life long and never talking about them: Before I die
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"I and my mom started to use it at the same day:) Once, I wrote "Iwanna go to fishing" and mom yelled: Really? Why you dont tell mee. after days we got fishing rods and next weekend gone to the bay xD Dont think there are no handsome guyz"
"When I was posting a lot here nobody made answer for weeks)) Next, I check it again and I saw my graphic advisor commenting me :))"
"I use it my for crazy, stupid ideas. U cannot tell them to people. They scare"
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We do, with love
Dreamer. Who thinks we need to be able to talk about our wishes, passions, desire to others.
Mark William Branom
Mark Branom currently serves as a lecturer for the Continuing Studies department, developing curriculum and teaching courses at Stanford University.
Dreamer. Who not only think, also develop a place for people to share their personal wishes, goals.
Robin loves working with high-impact, bright teams and connect with people that solve the world's biggest challenges with tech innovation..
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