“I fell in love with my work and gave my life to it.”

[NOT EXACTLY the Jiro ethos etc.] [Watch the film clip here.] Everybody knows I’m a HUGE fan of the documentary, Jiro Deams Of Sushi, and why: Because I never saw anyone before this do a better job of commmunicating the importance and value of “Mastery”, both material and spiritual. At least, not with film. Jiro beautifully […]

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“Jiro Dreams of Sushi”, a movie about an increasingly taboo subject: Mastery.

A movie about an increasingly taboo subject in this vapidity-worshipping society of ours: Mastery. “Jiro Dreams Of Sushi” is a documentary about the world’s greatest sushi chef, 85-year-old Jiro Ono. What’s striking about Jiro is not that he has reached such greatness, but how he reached it. Instead of the usual celebrity chef schtick- TV […]

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