Tatiana was recently interviewed by TheCelebrity.Online Magazine and below is the Q&A session we had with her.
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How do you introduce yourself?
Childhood to Adulthood – How was your transition from childhood to adulthood and what are the bad and good things you remember?
Tatiana: I had an intense childhood. I was hyperactive and, therefore, my parents put me in swimming class to “expend” some of my energy lol. That was good, because I ended up liking it. Until the age of 17, he trained for up to 8 hours a day. I even participated in professional competitions, and swimming brought me concentration, discipline and a taste for sports in general. Today, I play beach tennis twice a week. I also had the opportunity to visit many places, because my parents had a trailer and they liked to travel and introduce us to new cultures. And they taught me that learning from life was just as important as academic studies. I was always encouraged to put my ideas into practice and to pursue what really made my heart flutter. So what really marked my transition to adulthood was the discipline and concentration I learned from swimming. But also, having experienced other cultures and experiences in addition to academic knowledge, of course.
Struggle – What hardships have you gone through in life?
Tatiana: My mother has Parkinson’s since 2009, and when I see how she faces it with such courage, good humor, and tenderness, it’s hard to look at my life and classify anything as a major issue. Of course I have hardships, like everyone else. But when you start living with someone where the main battles of everyday life are in getting to do “simple” things – like dressing and eating -, you start to see life differently. Life is a gift. Hardships are an opportunity for growth and maturity. I am grateful for everything that life has given me.
What do people usually not know about you?
Tatiana: Tatiana: I am passionate about motorcycling. Whenever I can, I take trips on my Harley Davidson to amazing places like Tail of the Dragon – 318 curves in 11 milles – and Route 66.
What sets you apart from your competitors in the industry and in life?
Tatiana: I am curious and nonconformist always looking for new and better approaches, and I have analytical thinking. And I’m not afraid to build new ideas that go against current thinking, but that, from a broader perspective, in the medium and long term result in something better for my clients, or for people and society in general.
What are your Unforgettable Moments that you want to promote/inform?
Tatiana: In my career, two unforgettable moments were being invited to attend the Intercontinental Blockchain Conference at the European Parliament, and attending “Blockchain and Infrastructure” in Washington at Government Blockchain Week.
What expert advice would you like to give?
Tatiana: Web will be much more than the next stage of the World Wide Web. It will bring social, cultural and economic transformations, and is being built on decentralized technologies, blockchain, cryptocurrencies and tokens. Crypto is the native currency of the Internet. We are entering a whole new world, and most of the “skills” sought after on the Web are not being taught in schools or universities. Therefore, it is important that you participate in Web Communities, study bitcoin, blockchain, privacy and decentralization, share experiences, be a permanent “Lifelong Learner”, have an “analytical thinking” and always look beyond established standards.
Your social media handles and website links?
Tatiana: Follow me on Twitter @tatianarevoredo and
LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianarevoredo/ .
And you can find all my publications and articles on my Linktree – https://linktr.ee/tatianarevoredo