1. What does ESN mean to you?
ESN is for me a place where I could meet many different areas. Thanks to this, I can determine in what I feel best and what (and how) I want to do in my life. By the way, getting to know many wonderful and inspiring people from whom I can learn!
2. How did your ESN adventure start?
At the beginning I was active in the group creating sports events, later added to this Travel. This is where I met super people, thanks to whom I decided to act more and more. After a year, I became Vice President and Section Delegate, where my adventure with the nationwide level began.
3. How did ESN change your life? Why have you joined it?
n the second year of my studies, I decided that it was time to do more than just attend lectures and in the evenings browse Netflix. So I joined ESN-EYE, went on a training trip and ... fell in love with this organization. Now, being here for the third year here, I know that ESN had (and still has) a very big impact on my life.
4. If you were an ESN project, what would you be?
Definitely ESN UPGRADE. I was attracted to ESN by the idea of constant development, learning new things, trying and discovering. This training trip is the quintessence of these values ... besides, one of my best ESN memories is my first UPGRADE, as a participant ... and my first, as a trainer.
5. #FunFact about a life in ESN.
When I left for Erasmus, I swore that I take a six-month leave from ESN ... I endured some two weeks;)
6. Did you go on the Erasmus+ exchange? / What is the most interesting experience you had so far?
Of course! I had the incredible pleasure of taking part in exchanges to Zwolle in the Netherlands. As for the most interesting experience from this period ... it is definitely the King's day - the birthday of the king of the country. The Dutch celebrate it with the whole nation! Throughout the day, in every major city, everyone is going out on the street, where one big party is going on, and at every other intersection a concert takes place!
7. What inspires and motivates you the most?
I will not surprise anyone if I say that the main source of my inspiration and motivation are the people who surround me. Are they members of my committee, listeners to my trainings, every person with whom I will stop for a moment, for example on a coffee break or start a conversation, which will result in another crazy plan .. this is it ;)
8. Favourite place in the world?
Netherlands! It is a country that has definitely changed my approach to many things, forced me to make a few reflections. What's more, he showed me the lifestyle (and work) he wants to pursue. However, first of all, it is a beautiful country where traditions combine with modernity, surprising at every step, and people are friendly and support each other.
9. Did ESN help you discover some things you didn’t know you were good at?
Of course! Thanks to ESN, I discovered that I really enjoy working with people, and something that works for me is working with them. Learning from those who inspire me and pass on knowledge!