Who's the real...winner?

by C:F Team on 7th April, 2011 at 8:14 PM CEST

We asked “Who’s the real you?” and you delighted us with some of your great pictures. In this quick challenge we invited you to meet your fellow C:F friends from all around the world by presenting a picture that inspires and represents you. Besides the photo, you had to choose three words that best describe you. Nice to meet you all!

It has been a long and hard task for the judges to pick from all the wonderful entries but in the end they chose the one who inspired the most. And right before we present the winner, let’s see who were the judges: Dharmesh Bhadja, Sayanee Basu & Dan Croitoru.

We are happy to announce the winner of this QC, receiving a very nice prize: a 30 min Skype talk with our beloved Nadya Zhexembayeva and Joel Barker's book, "Five Regions of the Future: Preparing Your Business for Tomorroe's Technology Revolution". And the very one lucky winner is:

Ivan Repenko being “Self-confidence – fairness – joy”

The Judges said:

“self-confidence: to have a strong believe in yourself and things that you do; fairness: to be honest with people and first of all to be honest with yourself; joy: enjoy life. With nice look representing deep satisfaction and fairness on his face.”

„Plain and simply put! I was struck by the connection of his 2 words and the photo he displayed with the kids.”

„It shows joy and happiness, among kids and having a positive attitude. Life at its best moments.”

Congratulations to Ivan for this wonderful entry. And we also have two nominations that go to:

Damla Aktan describing herself as „strong, passionate, dreamer

Judges mentioned:

„I loved her ability to connect ballet with life. And i could see her passion in dance and ballet being applied to her own personality.”

„it is independent, original and photograph is perfectly representing the three words. perfect representation.”

Ekin Belce Altay being „dreamer, glocal, innovative

„Her photograph represented her deep satisfaction with innovative, the important fact being to share and find common solutions.”

"living is local but life is global" extremely insightful!”

A big round of applause for all of you that invited us into your lives by presenting a snapshot of your everyday fun and meaningful life.

So, you like to be challenged? Take a look at the ongoing quick challenges where you can design your own C:F paper plane and make it fly around your neighbourhood. And you have just 6 more days to submit your idea and vote for your favorites in the United Nations PRME challenge: Uncorrupted World. Get the chance to win an all-expenses-paid and free participation at the PRME Summit in Bruxelles!

Ready for a new challenge?

C:F Team

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Ekaterina Pakhomova

Ekaterina Pakhomova

OMG!! Ivan! He definitely deserves the victory! Congrats!

8th April, 2011 @ 5:02 AM CEST

İpek Kuran

İpek Kuran | Action team

Hey guys!! Congratss=)))

8th April, 2011 @ 9:59 AM CEST

reena kataria

reena kataria

congratulatns n celebrations...

8th April, 2011 @ 10:02 AM CEST

Ekin Belce Altay

Ekin Belce Altay | CF Chapters

woow, thank you!!

and congrats to my friends :)

8th April, 2011 @ 12:51 PM CEST

Ritesh Udhani

Ritesh Udhani | CF Chapters

Congratulations to Ivan for winning the competition... Congratulations to Damla and Ekin too...

@Ekin... You did it one more time dear... Thats why I said the more I read your ideas more and more I like them... Good stuff.. all the best

8th April, 2011 @ 1:16 PM CEST

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