I just saw on NetFlix "Jiro Dreams of Sushi"
It's a touching documentary about an 85 year old sushi chef
Jiro Ono, and his quest for a perfect sushi. His hole-in-a-wall restaurant possesses the coveted 3-star Michelin rating because of his attention for detail, love for his work, and constant strive for perfection.
A famous food critic Yamamoto says in the movie about what it takes to make a great chef.
I believe that the same qualities apply to being a great Computer Scientist or an Entrepreneur:
A great chef generally has the following five attributes.First, they take their work very seriously and consistently strive to perform at the highest level.Second, they aspire to continually improve their skills. To be better today than yesterday. To be better tomorrow than today.Third, cleanliness. If the restaurant doesn’t feel clean, the food isn’t going to taste good.The fourth attribute is impatience. They are not prone to collaboration. They’re stubborn and insist on having things their own way.What ties these attributes together is passion. That’s what makes a great chef.