Sushi Mastery

posted Oct 8, 2015, 6:33 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:57 AM ]

Sushi Mastery
 
How many books have your read and dissected in order to learn to write?  How many writing course have you taken?  How many writing blogs, websites, etc. have you visited and read?  How many stories and articles have you written?
 
I believe I have mentioned before there is nothing like practice to augment your passion and drive.  There are no shortcuts.
 
For one instance, I’ve heard, and read a bit about becoming a Sushi Chef (only because it is interesting) and the process that they go through can take years, especially in Japan.  They can only cook rice for up to two years in order to get the taste and texture precise.  Also, once the rice is cooked properly then the next process is to learn to roll up the rice in the proper size balls.  Too much rice overpowers the taste of the fish, too little rice and the taste of the fish overpowers the rice.
 
The next process is cutting the fish properly with I've heard can take 5 to 10 years to master.  The whole process seems to take years of time and lots of patience.
 
I am not sure I could do it.  Dear Writers, I do not advocate waiting any period of time to become a writing master.  I think it is a life journey and one that if you are a writer you should launch right away.  Then let that journey led to mastery and see what you find along the way.
 
Find yourself, find your passion, find your dream and enjoy the journey.  A writer is always unhappy since one thing leads to another so be happy with waiting for an idea to come to you.  Enjoy the peace and serenity of knowing that all good things come with time.
 
Let me Write Coach you through this.  Contact me at ab3ring at juno dot com or dalanbinder at gmail dot com

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How many books have your read and dissected in order to learn to write?  How many writing course have you taken?  How many writing blogs, websites, etc. have you visited and read?  How many stories and articles have you written?
I believe I have mentioned before there is nothing like practice to augment your passion and drive.  There are no shortcuts.
For one instance, I’ve heard, and read a bit about becoming a Sushi Chef (only because it is interesting) and the process that they go through can take years, especially in Japan.  They can only cook rice for up to two years in order to get the taste and texture precise.  Also, once the rice is cooked properly then the next process is to learn to roll up the rice in the proper size balls.  Too much rice overpowers the taste of the fish, too little rice and the taste of the fish overpowers the rice.
The next process is cutting the fish properly with I’ve heard can take 5 to 10 years to master.  The whole process seems to take years of time and lots of patience.
I am not sure I could do it.  Dear Writers, I do not advocate waiting any period of time to become a writing master.  I think it is a life journey and one that if you are a writer you should launch right away.  Then let that journey led to mastery and see what you find along the way.
Find yourself, find your passion, find your dream and enjoy the journey.  A writer is always unhappy since one thing leads to another so be happy with waiting for an idea to come to you.  Enjoy the peace and serenity of knowing that all good things come with time.
Let me Write Coach you through this.  </title>

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How many books have your read and dissected in order to learn to write?  How many writing course have you taken?  How many writing blogs, websites, etc. have you visited and read?  How many stories and articles have you written?
I believe I have mentioned before there is nothing like practice to augment your passion and drive.  There are no shortcuts.
For one instance, I’ve heard, and read a bit about becoming a Sushi Chef (only because it is interesting) and the process that they go through can take years, especially in Japan.  They can only cook rice for up to two years in order to get the taste and texture precise.  Also, once the rice is cooked properly then the next process is to learn to roll up the rice in the proper size balls.  Too much rice overpowers the taste of the fish, too little rice and the taste of the fish overpowers the rice.
The next process is cutting the fish properly with I've heard can take 5 to 10 years to master.  The whole process seems to take years of time and lots of patience.
I am not sure I could do it.  Dear Writers, I do not advocate waiting any period of time to become a writing master.  I think it is a life journey and one that if you are a writer you should launch right away.  Then let that journey led to mastery and see what you find along the way.
Find yourself, find your passion, find your dream and enjoy the journey.  A writer is always unhappy since one thing leads to another so be happy with waiting for an idea to come to you.  Enjoy the peace and serenity of knowing that all good things come with time.
Let me Write Coach you through this.  ">
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