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Future tension over Astana-Premier Tech CEO Yana Seal: ‘Maybe I’ll be in Siberia in 10 years’

She thinks we should follow the example of the blue aliens from the movie ‘Avatar’ and expect even better work-life balance. In the third chapter of his Time Capsule, Yana Seal (36) discusses her future.

Which book do you still want to read?

Margaret Mitchell Con with the Wind. I first read it when I was 15 and would love to read it again. The main character is a free-spirited young woman, she goes through many difficult moments, but can still keep them going. ‘

Which movie do you still want to see?

“There are three directors, and I look at everything they publish. Steven Spielberg, Luke Besson and James Cameron. I’ve already seen ‘Avatar’ six times and look forward to its sequel. Cameron worked for five years on a $ 300 million budget. I think. ‘

What will life be like on Earth in 200 years?

I remembered everything and now my diary is full of lists to do.

Yana seal

CEO Astana-Premier Tech

‘I hope we will deal with digitalization more consciously and realize how important personal, face-to-face communication is. That’s why I think ‘Avatar’ is a good film. Although these aliens are much more developed than we are, they are mainly concerned with their souls and how they interact with animals. ‘

What other concert do you want to attend in this life?

Madame Butterfly – Maria Callas – Puccini

Where else do you want to travel?

Canada, New Zealand and Siberia. I’m not a city trip madam, I ‘m not on a cycling holiday. A holiday in nature makes me very happy. ‘

How do you know you are getting older?

‘I have to write things down. I remembered everything. Now my diary is full of to-do lists. ‘

Written by DigitCobs

Every week someone takes a seat in The Time Capsule to tell about the past week, present, future and infinite time.

Read all the chapters in our file.

What do you ever want to do, but never get around to it?

‘I want to exercise a lot more. As a kid I used to do gymnastics. I was also selected for professional level competitions. But because I could not connect this to my studies, my parents stopped me. It’s a little late now, but if I could turn the time on, I would have exercised more consistently. ‘

Where do you see yourself in ten years?

“I hope to find a better work-life balance and spend more time with my children. Maybe something life-changing will happen to me and I will give up. I trade the hustle and bustle of a life as a farmer’s wife in Siberia.