The greatest of all time has checked out. Muhammad Ali, born Cassius Clay, became a superstar in the boxing world and far beyond. He became a multiple world champion in the heavyweight category, and also became a terribly polarising figure in the United States for his outspokenness against the Vietnam War. Throughout his life, he displayed the same drive and ethos, guided by unbending beliefs.
If being guided by ethos, beliefs and strong objectives in an obsessive manner relates to you, indie filmmaker, it’s because there are lots of things you can learn from Muhammad Ali. Here are five of them.
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