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I needed to work harder. Working harder wasn't enough. I had to study this man maniacally. I obsessively read every article and book I could find about AI. I obsessively watched every game he had played. ... I obsessively studied his every success, and his every struggle. I obsessively searched for any weakness I could find. Revenge was sweet. But I wasn't satisfied after the win. I was annoyed that he had made me feel that way in the first place.feedback
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Apr 24 2017
The latest quote from Kobe Bryant is: “When I started guarding AI, he had 16 at the half. He finished the game with 16.”. It comes from the Kobe Bryant says hard work isn't enough-here's what it takes to succeed article. You’ll find on this page 6 articles with Kobe Bryant quoted on topics such as NBA, decision and fact. Kobe Bryant has been quoted 25 times in 6 articles.
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This is really my first introduction to the world of actually writing dialogue, and so the best way to do that is to kind of go through that with your kids and see what catches and what doesn't. It was the hardest thing to write because I have to communicate these very high-level schemes in a way that's very easily digestible, but also visually stimulating and then have to write it in a way where I can connect James and Russell, because I wanted to touch on both of them and not just an MVP conversation but actually how are they going about doing these things.feedback

And then look sequentially at why they give teams headaches. So looking at it beat by beat, this leads to this leads to that to that. That's why they give teams so many headaches, because they can hit those four actions.feedback

These are things that I grew up listening to and watching and digesting, so it's only right that I regurgitate them through my art.feedback

It wasn't even a thought that this was risk-taking or anything like that. We just let the art lead us and where it goes, it goes.feedback

What are you working on? The first thing I thought of was Sesame Street, Canvas Street. So I wrote a jingle for Canvas Street. And I was like, Whoa, no -- street? It can be bigger: Canvas City. We can have different parts of the world -- the downtown portion represents something, this represents something. Then once that came to me, then it became very easy for me to start populating the world and the rules of it. The world-building part came pretty quickly, once the idea set in. It just makes sense to us.feedback

If you could come down here and see it, then you can be in the room and see us building it and you can feel the spirit of it.feedback

I've already started writing the next one. I've got a really good feeling. I think it's going to be really, really good.feedback

Sometimes it gets a little redundant to be the one always telling your kids, This is what you do, this is how you shoot, this is how should think about this or that. So I said, it would be awesome just to create a show. If I had a show that my kids could watch and learn how to better their best, what would that show entail? It would entail songs. It would entail animation, puppetry, comedy and a lot of visual representations of things they should be learning.feedback

I saw that as being the most important thing. Instead of having those two options, there's a third -- that's using those as fuel, using those as things to motivate you. And if you look around, with all the people that have created great things, those great things all came from dark places, generally, whether it be Michael Jordan, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, Oprah -- all these experiences come from dark places that they then used those dark experiences to create light. We want to build a series out of it. We want to build things that continue to teach kids how to better their best.feedback

It means a lot about what the NBA thinks of me in this game.feedback

The question needs to be, What is my passion?' Not, Where can I create the most value or generate the most revenue?' – but, What is my next passion?' When you find that next passion, everything else will make sense.feedback

Jeff and I have quietly been building this for four years and getting a chance to learn each other, but also learn the business and see if I actually love it. I have to tell you, there's no greater feeling than actually helping entrepreneurs be successful and being a part of something that's actually helping their dreams come true. There's no greater feeling.feedback

A decision like this you can't allow, you can't make that decision based on, you know outside circumstances, it has to be an internal decision and finally I just had to accept the fact that I don't want to do this anymore, and I'm okay with that.feedback

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