People who don't travel cannot have a global view, all they see is what's in front of them. Those people cannot accept new things because all they know is where they live.
I think a lot of times it's not money that's the primary motivation factor; it's the passion for your job and the professional and personal satisfaction that you get out of doing what you do that motivates you.
Happiness is within. It has nothing to do with how much applause you get or how many people praise you. Happiness comes when you believe that you have done something truly meaningful.
I remember when I was in college, I used to watch Julia Child's cooking show during dinner and joke with my roommates about becoming a TV chef.
Some people never contribute anything positive to society, they may even drain our resources, but most of us try to do something better, to give back.
In general I love to eat anything. I enjoy anything that is well prepared, a good spaghetti, lasagna, taco, steak, sushi, refried beans.
When you enjoy what you do, work becomes play.
When I retire or pass away, I will be able to look back and say that this has been an exciting life. That's all that matters.
Anyone that has come to America past the age of eighteen will be able to understand when I say that you can never shake your accent.
I am just a normal professional with a great job and a great life.
If I could only have one type of food with me, I would bring soy sauce. The reason being that if I have soy sauce, I can flavor a lot of things.
I live a very low-key life.
First of all, I can't really claim to be a great chef.
I also have a lot of preserved foods, things that will keep for a long time like dried fish, seaweed or lotus seed.
I enjoy the quiet life.
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