Do you want a legacy? I’ll tell you how to achieve it.
Bruce Lee was often noted as a perfectionist. He would have to take control of things and handle all of the choreography, the writing, the editing, the filming, etc.
Look at this:
You do not get to this level, without progressing in your craft and your mind so far ahead of the normal realm. This is a guy who understood life at a deeper level, let alone martial arts.
If there is a higher power, and we are following the idea of all paths lead to Rome, perhaps Bruce Lee had an early exit because his work was needed elsewhere…
Let’s create a legacy.
Everything is a reflection of who you are. Every little activity is an extension of you. It speaks to who you are. If you take things personal that way, you are going to move mountains. Now part of the process of growth is letting go as well and entrusting other people and building them up, but whatever you touch must be done meticulously.
As Steve Jobs said, you don’t use a piece of plywood on the back of a beautiful chest of drawers. “For you to sleep well at night, the aesthetic, the quality, has to be carried all the way through.”
He learned this from his father, because his father refused to use poor wood for the back of cabinets or build a fence that wasn’t constructed as well on the back side as it was the front.
Another early exit. Hmmm…
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