Five movies that every entrepreneur must watch
There are a lot of reasons why people watch movies such as relaxing, motivation, gathering information, etc. One of the best ways to get motivated is watching movies. Movies can motivate people, no matter the genre of it.
Below you will find five movies that every entrepreneur must watch:
This movie explores the world of real estate in Chicago. Glengarry Glen Ross gives a thorough explanation of the lies and betrayals that people handle in order to be successful in the business field. This movie has been awarded the Pulitzer price of David Mamet.
Why you should watch it? Unfortunately, the world of business can be brutal and through this movie, you can learn a lot. This 1992 movies did a good job in portraying how the world of business looks.
This movie of 1999 covers the first days of the main US technological center and the rising of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. This movie offers an interesting point of view about the lives of the founders of Microsoft and Apple.
Why you should watch it? Entrepreneurs are still in seeking motivation from these two people. This documentary movie gives good tips that will help you out.
It doesn’t mean that you should be a baseball fan in order to enjoy the main role of the manager of the Oakland Billy Beane starred by Brad Pitt in the movie Moneyball. Beane had to come up with a creative and unique way to compete with others because the club didn’t have enough money for players.
Why you should watch it? Beane had to be innovative to come up with that unique way to compete and innovation is one of the most important characteristics of an entrepreneur. It is important to know that Beane was never influenced by the people who were doubting his vision and he never gave up.
Based on the true story of Chris Gardner, this movie in which Will Smith starred is one of the best movies for entrepreneurs.
Why you should watch it? Even though he became homeless he was always fighting to take care of his son. Chris never gave up on his dream. His passion and sacrifice are what every entrepreneur should have.
This 1999 comedy movie from Mike Judge is focused around Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston). He soon realizes how much he hates sitting in his desk and taking orders from his boss, Bill Lumbergh (Gary Cole).
Why you should watch it? Every entrepreneur hates to work for someone else and they even try to get fired. Don’t forget that the genre of this movie is a comedy.