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Ivan Hrynievych

Sales & Growth Lead @ 3D Source

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I marked my 30th yesterday. I didn't expect it to happen so fast. I remember sitting at my father's birthday party when he was thirty like it was yesterday.I'm not ashamed to admit that I still don’t have:- property;- kids;- a company;- a car;- home;- a clear idea of where I want to liveWhat I do have:- a woman whom I love and who loves and supports me- a career I enjoy and satisfaction with my chosen path;- long-term plans and a clear direction;- a bit better understanding of how to live this lifeIt's never too late. From now on, I just need to work twice as hard.P.S. Thanks for your greetings and to everyone who wished me a happy birthday yesterday.PPS. I regularly post about B2B sales and business development on Telegram. The best birthday present you could give me is your subscription. The link is in my pinned comment 👇 TG Channel name - Revenue Hub

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Deividas Tokaris

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Happy belated 30th, Ivan Hrynievych! Your reflections are inspiring and relatable.Personally, I think the focus on what you do have is powerful, but I'd emphasize the journey rather than doubling the effort. Instead, I would do this:- Embrace the journey: Celebrate small wins and growth along the way.- Set achievable goals: Break down long-term plans into manageable steps.- Stay adaptable: Life's path can change, and that's okay.Looking forward to more of your insights on B2B sales and business development in your future posts!

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Martin MacArthur

The Outbound Sales Guy On Medical Leave for a Kidney Transplant Helping You Build Scale & Streamline Your Sales Machine

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Happiest of birthday!

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Ivan Vakulenko 🇺🇦

Data Informed Sales Ops @ Wildix | Outbound Strategy Advisor USA & EMEA | Cross-team Collaboration

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Ivan HAPPY BILATED BIRTHDAY!!!! Wish your dreams come true and you have enough fantasy to keep up generating new ideas, projects, and things! It's never too late. And it's never "SHOULD be at a specific time only". Happy to know you, man. ROck your life 🎸

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Alan Ruchtein

I help SDRs and Founders increase their meetings booked by 25% thru outbound strategies | Favikon Top 2 Best Sales content creator | thestartupeffect.com newsletter founder

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Happy birthday my brotherrrrrr

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Don't work twice as hard, there isn't 2 of you. Maybe work smarter. Learn from defeat, learn from success, surround yourself with people that will support you and enrich your life, thank negative people for giving you the fuel to win.

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Claudio Meidler

Sales Leader@Google | AdTech Sales lead Digital Marketing & E-Com | ex-Criteo | I built a multi million $ LeadGen Business | Sell more by booking your 1:1 Sales Coaching | Into Personal Growth & Keynote Speaking

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Happy Birthday Ivan Hrynievych!

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Richmond Taylor

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Happy birthday sir. As someone who just hit 30 in March, it opens your eyes a bit. Time isn't so abundant, BUT it's what we do with it. We can make 5 years worth of success into a year

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Viliyana Dragiyska

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Cheers to 30. Love that you're focusing on what matters: love, career fulfillment, and a clear direction. The rest will come in time. Ivan Hrynievych

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Happy Belated 30th, Ivan. It feels funny to be your parents' age! We all see your dedication to quality! Keep thinking of the future as much as reflecting on your story. In terms of achieving the things you have, consistency is a buzzword.How have you defended against losing focus?

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