GPWA Times Magazine - Issue 48 - December 2020

derestimate your capabilities. Imposter syndrome can be a real issue, so make sure to check in with yourself because you don’t want to become the blocker holding yourself back. Other words of advice I’ve been given are to always be building your network, don’t be afraid to fail, just learn fast and keep on pushing! Do you gamble yourself? I am not an avid gambler, but I dabble from time to time. I almost always prefer online, as it is so much more convenient. Tell us about your typical work day. As an affiliate manag- er, my typical workday is rarely “typical.” However, if I would have to describe my day I would say it is always busy making sure everything runs smoothly and that our partners are happy. What’s the office culture like at Bitcasino? I’d say we have a culture of knowledge sharing. A lot of emphasis is placed on learning and development. When you have a good idea, people are very receptive to it and it is very easy to get involved with interesting projects as a result. Although we become much bigger now, the learning culture has remained. What are your hobbies? What takes up your time when you are not working? If I have time outside of work (which it seems I rarely do) then I like to go dancing. When I was younger I was professionally dancing for close to 10 years, so now I dance just to have fun and not forget the basics. What were you like in high school and in your younger days what did you want to be when you grew up? I was not sure what I wanted to be when I grew up, but I was sure I wanted to do something that makes me excited to go to work. I am happy that I have achieved this already, having a great collective and an engaging job that keeps me on my toes. What’s your favorite movie? To be honest, I actually prefer books over movies. So, if anyone is looking for a good book to read to get your mind off from work I would suggest The Lies of Locke Lamora or The Name of the Wind . If you could have dinner with three people, living o r dead, who would they be? It is a pretty tough choice, b ut I think I would be curious to know more about some of o ur ancient civilizations around the world. Definitely would lik e to have dinner with Pachacuti, Sneferu and Hammurabi. If we could get over the language barrier then it would be a ve ry interesting conversation. AFFILIATE MANAGER INTERVIEW SERIES Agni Rait ar Be agile and ready for change . The affiliateswho are ready toadapt , as themarket develops and expands will reap the biggest benefits . . . Ownwhatever you’re doing and never underestimateyour capabilities . G P W A t i m e s . o r g 64