Lessons from a master
November 7, 2012 by
Categories: News, Reblogged

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Over at the Get Rich Slowly blog, they pulled out lessons from the documentary, “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” that can help with your current job or career. Some of the advice includes falling in love with your work. He writes:

“Dream jobs don’t simply work their magic because you find them; they do because you marry them for life and they reward you for your efforts as years go by.”

In all, it’s a good great with implications for how we approach our careers. Click the link below for the full article.

Lessons from a master.

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