Words From a Master


Transcript of Bruce Lee interview with Pierre Berton, Ted Thomas and Alex Ben Block as well as the interviewers reflections

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Key Takeaways
  1. Berton mentions that out of the 2,000+ people he interviewed in his life, Bruce was the most intense, like a coiled spring
  2. Ted Thomas thought that Bruce Lee personified a tough self-sufficiency and should be remembered for being the first of the great action kung fu movie stars and the man who made a Chinese hold up his head in the international scene and be proud of himself
  3. Block mentions that Bruce became a hero for oppressed people of every race as he was able to break out of all the things that seem to bind us in society and keep us from becoming a success, and truly rising above all that. He had a philosophy. A deep system of belief that he brought to everything he did
What I got out of it
  1. Interesting reflections from these three men who interviewed Bruce Lee shortly before his death

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