Happy Friday! So glad the week is over. Now it’s time to relax and enjoy a movie. It can be hard for entrepreneurs to sit still, but movies are a great way to unwind before hitting the weekend running.
These movies about entrepreneurship might give you some new ideas on how to grow your business or keep you motivated during tough times.
Let’s begins with the list
Best Movies for Entrepreneurs
1) The Social Network (2010)
Facebook is one of the most popular social networking sites on the planet, yet it still is run by a bunch of entrepreneurs. The movie paints an interesting story about how Mark Zuckerberg became the youngest billionaire in history at just 23 years old.
This will give you the basic steps to starting a business, including coming up with an idea, gaining financial backing, and navigating the legal system.
I don’t know many parts this movie has been built. I mean who doesn’t like an underdog story about a boxer taking on the world heavyweight champion?
The rocky movie represents the triumph of the human spirit over all kinds of adversity. The movies show that if you believe in yourself and take on challenges, you can accomplish anything.
3) The Founder
Ever visited a Mcdonald? The founder of this worldwide restaurant was Ray Kroc.
This movie tells the tale of how Kroc took a small business called McDonald’s and grew it into a multi-million dollar empire.
4) The Wolf of Wall street
Jordan Belfort is one of those guys everyone loves to hate and this movie shows his journey from a penny stock trader to running a multi-million dollar brokerage.
This movie is great for entrepreneurs, especially those who are looking to take on the financial industry as it provides some insight into what’s possible.
You’ll learn a lot about sales, negotiations, and how to hire the best people in this movie.
5) Steve Jobs
I haven’t seen this movie yet, but I know about Steve Jobs and his impact on apple.
We all have a phone in our pocket that can do things we didn’t even dream of just a few years ago. As I researched, This movie will show you what it’s like to run a world-class company and how much work it takes to turn a start-up into a billion-dollar business.
Do you have movies that inspire you? Are there movies out there that are must-watch for entrepreneurs? Make sure to share your comments below. #entrepreneurship
6) The Shawshank Redemption
This movie is one of the best movies ever made. I don’t know how it wasn’t nominated for an Oscar.
It’s about a banker who gets caught for a crime he didn’t commit and is sentenced to life in prison. He survives there for years and finally gets through the toughest moments of his life.
He finds friendship, hope, redemption, and most importantly happiness.
This movie shows us how there is nothing we can’t overcome as long as we believe in ourselves and keep fighting
It shows how keeping who you are no matter what your circumstances are
7) Cast Away
This movie represents a FedEx executive who is stranded on a deserted island with little hope of making it home alive.
This movie shows what’s really important in life, and how important relationships are in our life
It shows that you need to keep your “true self” even in the roughest circumstances.
The movie contains some dark scenes such as suicide attempts, but it teaches you the lesson about how to keep your hope alive when things get toughest.
This is a documentary on Netflix that talks about how social media is impacting our lives.
It talks about how we are becoming more disconnected from the real world and how social media is making us more lonely.
This documentary shows how social media can create a false reality and you can’t trust everything on the internet.
It shows how technology is changing our lives, but it also talks about some solutions to this problem.
The Money Explained
This is a series on Netflix which talks about the reality of credits cards, student loans, mortgages, retirement plans, etc.
If you’re a guy who wants to learn more about personal finance, this is the place to start.
I’ll keep on adding more movies as I watch them. Have a favorite? Leave me a comment and let me know.