- Tell us a little about yourself. What is your profession? What fascinates you most in life? Do you consider yourself a leader?
Good day everyone! I'm Anna. Perhaps we are familiar with some participants to some extent since I have a long career on this website. But, to those who joined the project recently, I will tell that I am a cutter-tailor by profession. At the moment, my work is still connected with fashion and style. In addition, in my free time, I love to read and learn new things, expanding my horizons.
- In your opinion, what skills or character traits are needed to win in the EMOTION GAME tournament?
I fully agree with my husband that here you need patience, perseverance and a strong desire.
- What were you thinking when you started participating in the tournament?
My thought was: "If my husband did it, I can do it too."
- Did you expect your victory?
I failed to win a prize in the previous tournament. Of course, I was upset, so this time I decided to make even greater efforts.
- What did you think when you saw your name on the first line of the ranking?
I was very happy and I immediately ran to tell my husband about my achievement)))
- Who was the strongest opponent for you?
This time there were much more participants and the ranking was constantly changing. So everyone tried their best. Therefore, I can't single out someone in particular.
- What do you think is the most difficult part about EMOTION GAME tournament?
The hardest part is not to lose patience. I have turned off the phone so many times, thinking that's enough, I am done. But then I took it and tried again and again. I think my profession helped me. I often had to stay up all night and hand sew wedding dresses. It's painstaking and tedious work. But as a result, I learned to do any job patiently.
- How many attempts have you made within EMOTION GAME BIG TEN tournament?
There were many attempts. I calmed down only when I managed to score the highest coefficient.
- Do you plan to participate in the following EMOTION GAME tournaments?
Yes, I do. But I think it would be good to make this tournament less time-consuming.
- Do you think there is a “formula for success” for such tournaments?
The surest way to succeed is always to try again.