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Henry Ford said, the whole secret of a successful life is to find out what is one’s destiny to do, and then do it.

I couldn’t agree more.

From the moment we’re brought into the world, we’re raised and conditioned to achieve success. As a society, we’re obsessed by it. As entrepreneurs, it is the fuel that drives us to take risks and try to leave our mark in the world. Success has a different meaning and value to each one of us, but regardless of what that may be, achieving success – the way one sees it – is undoubtedly one of the best feelings in the human emotions repertoire.

If I’ve learned anything from this experience, it’s that there’s hardly anything more difficult than to turn an idea into something tangible and hopefully useful. It’s a treacherous journey, no wonder so many people give up before even trying. Taking part and completing that journey is my definition of success. Everything else is bonus.

Success is never earned alone, therefore gratitude must also become part of the equation. Personally, I see the entire universe as string of goodwill through which success travels. It may be unbeknownst to us but it happens everyday and, as a human race, it is our obligation to ensure that this string is never broken.

On behalf of the Miigle Team, I’d like to extend our gratitude to a few people who’ve contributed in making our success possible, many of them perhaps unknowingly.

Our Amazing Private Beta Users

Sarah Smith

Mylo Berlin

David Anthony

Bie Mwengela

Carlos Mortera

Yuki Rosene

William Ruiz

Miyishia Slay

Helene Vo

Kwesi Hutchful

Cheyenne Tanner

John Buckingham

Cecilia Guillen

Prakash Sharma

Aaron Young

Robin Benjamin

Carrie Yutzy

Scott MacDonell

Bekah Grant

Matiss Treiniss

Linda Weisbach

Helen Malani

Steven Plaat

Roshan Porwal

Noel Bass

Jordan Brooke

Soumya Das

Chris No

Eunsoo Ahn

Jose Manriquez

Audra Grace Quinn

To you all we say, Thank You.

Luc Berlin, Founder & CEO at


To laugh often and love much; to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to earn the approbation of honest citizens and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to give of one’s self; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived—this is to have succeeded.

– Bessie Anderson Stanley, More Heart Throbs Volume Two in Prose and Verse Dear to the American People And by them

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