Re: Latso's Q&A
I'm a sales guy, so i have a shitty business car atm (waiting for a new one..) with which i drive to work and travel around the country, it's a Dacia Logan.
The office is less than one km from home though.
About smoking - tbh i don't know what could be the mtivation for me to quit. I need to decide it and i believe i can do it, but to make this decision need smth to change in my routine.
Perhaps the day when i figure out my own business i might do that. I used to have my own business, which drowned during the recession, so now i'm working for a friend who has the ssame business and managed to stay on the surface. I gave him most the brands i was working, so now i'm quite confident with what i do and i rate myself a specialist in the field (it's packaging and quality control machinery for the food industry).
But i'm an employee, with a limited income obviously, which is smth i will change sooner or later.
Perhaps this could be the additional motivation for the change, despite that own business means more stress and more work, it's still a dramatic change in life, so it could help with getting rid of the habit.
About tennis - at 16 i really thought i might give it a shot, but things were complicated. I was living and playing abroad (Switzerland) and when we came back to Bulgaria (1993) it was a total mess, there were a handful of clubs in Sofia, the closest ones to my place were like over 1 hour with the public transport and we didn't have undergroud yet..
So it was tough, i went there a few times, no one was paying any attention, they didn't even care and i had to go to school meanhwile, so it was just disapointing.
In Geneva, after college i was on the bike, with my back pack, with the racquets, a tuna sandwich, a liter of ice tea and in 8 minutes at the courts.
We were 4 friends and we were playing from 2-3 pm to 11pm every day of the week (at 11pm the lights went off automatically, we probably would have stayed the nights too, that's how passionate we were), so from a joyful experience it went to a total disaster and struggle, which i didn't like, so i just quit.
I restarted playing probably 10 years later, around 2004 when the amateur tennis in Bulgaria was just starting to move and i have barely missed a few week end tournaments.
ACC - i dont know what ACC is tbh, please explain me, i asked the same in the ACC thread, no one bothered..
Dimitrov will never win anything above 250 level.