Dedication like a Samurai

It’s been almost ten years since watching “The Last Samurai”. I must have forgotten an important part over the years but back then I didn’t even think of becoming an entrepreneur.

“From the moment they wake, they devote themselves to the perfection to whatever they want to pursue.”

That devotion to perfection mentioned in the movie definitely takes a lot self-discipline.

After hearing that part from the movie, I immediately asked myself “Do I have that kind of discipline? Do I wake up every morning and start working on my dreams to success?”.

2 COMMENTS

  1. not so easy
    This bothers me when people talk about finding a job you’re “passionate” about, because it usually comes from someone with the means to actually explore those options. It’s difficult to search for what you love to do for work when you have to work to pay the bills.

  2. it’s never easy
    Thanks for the reply.

    I’d like to say that you have 24 hours in a day. How do you spend those 24 hours?

    Most of it will be work I would assume. Leave 6 hours for sleep. 24-6-x= extra time to work on your passion. (x equals your working hours).

    In my case I have 6 hours of free time a day 24-6-12= 6.

    That is 42 hours of free time in a week. Go figure! It takes self-discipline to pursue what you want.

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