Meet Jiro Ono, the greatest sushi chef alive – and arguably the greatest to have ever lived. Jiro first began apprenticing in a sushi restaurant at 9 years old. At age 90, Jiro has had the same job for the past 81 years. The documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi tells Jiro’s journey to becoming a master of his craft who continues to push the boundaries of what is possible, and in doing so highlights universal principles that you can begin applying today on your own quest for a better life … CONTINUE READING...
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