In the Pro's Questionnaire, our favorite sports figures take our abridged version of the most famous personality test, the Proust Questionnaire. Women's basketball legend Lisa Leslie is up. The three-time WNBA MVP, four-time Olympic gold medalist and mother of two tells us why it's tough to be a perfectionist, confesses her love of donuts and shares her life mantra.
Your main fault:
Lisa Leslie: Being a perfectionist. I really know how to do things one way and that's 100 percent. It's sometimes tough because it spreads me a little thin when it comes to my husband, my children, my work and all of my passions that I have in life.
Your idea of happiness:
LL: My idea of happiness really is a choice. Making that choice every single day, and I choose to be happy.
Your idea of misery:
LL: I've never been that person.
If not yourself, who would you want to be?
LL: I think I'll pick Oprah. She's had an interesting life.
Your favorite food/drink:
LL: Food that I should have or shouldn't have? The food I shouldn't have are donuts, which I should never have. I've been doing really well the past five years. My favorite food is Italian food.
Hero/heroine you admire most:
LL: Mother Teresa. She just really seemed to live such a wonderful life.