Patience Equals Success
You will need patience, perseverance and a strong desire to win.
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  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. What were you thinking when you started participating in the tournament?

My thought was: "If my husband did it, I can do it too."

  1. 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.

  1. 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)))

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. Do you think there is a “formula for success” for such tournaments?

The surest way to succeed is always to try again.


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