If you are subscribed to Revenue Performance, you have probably already seen it. The magazine that has historically been the oldest in the affiliate marketing industry has published an interview with me in its newest Summer 2010 issue, and I think it turned out pretty cool.
Here’s my favorite part:
The Red and the Black by Stendhal, and David Copperfield by Charles Dickens.
The ones I’ve watched four times or more are The Godfather, The Fugitive, The Saint, Enemy of the State, Patch Adams, Babe (yes, the one about the pig), and a number of historic/biographical movies by Russian directors.
I listen mostly to Russian music in the genre of Russian “city romance”, but also enjoy good jazz, country western, and sometimes roll back to my youth reaching for a CD of Joe Dassin, Chris de Burgh, Eric Clapton, Bryan Adams, Aerosmith, or Bon Jovi.
Favorite TV show?
I hardly ever watch TV but when I do it’s news, soccer, or something like How It’s Made.
Favorite place in the world?
Where my family (wife and daughter) is because nothing means more to me than my daughter’s laughter. We’ve lived in Russia, Moldova, Britain and the USA, and I’ve traveled to 100+ cities, but it’s still only ever home and family that restores me.
Not since my bull terrier Teddy dies 3 years ago, but now that my daughter’s capable of taking care of a pet, we’re considering taking off gradually: starting with aquarium fish or a hamster, and then seeing how it goes.
Three things you love?
My family, work, fishing.
Three things you dislike?
Envy, laziness, pessimism.
What’s the best thing that ever happened to you?
The birth of my daughter.
If you could change one thing in the world what would it be?
If it were in my power, I’d make it impossible for any child to get hurt.
What’s your passion?
Since the above piece is just a small excerpt from it, I have just uploaded the full interview in PDF here, and those of my blog’s readers who are not getting the Revenue magazine in the mail can now read it too.
Thanks to Chris Trayhorn, the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, for the opportunity, and great questions.