No one ever said being an entrepreneur would be easy or could ever be easy. A million obstacles seem to stand in the way each and every day. With each day your motivation starts decreasing.
But you are not an average person: you’re an entrepreneur. That means that even when times are tough, you’re still going to move forward to show the world your capabilities.
Yet when this whole entrepreneur thing becomes overwhelming, take a break and look for some much needed motivation. And what better way to find inspiration than watching movies?
Here are some of the most motivating movies of all time that every entrepreneur should watch.
1. The Social Network
Everyone wanted to see how Mark Zuckerberg transformed from a Harvard student to the owner of the most popular social network "Facebook".
So why should you watch it? Because at least it gives you an idea on how to make a start up succeed by exhibiting qualities like flexibility and being resilient. Every entrepreneur watches this movie with different angles and they find their own kind of motivation.
2. The Pirates Of Silicon Valley
Made For TV a documentary style movie with interesting takes on lives of founders of Apple and Microsoft
So why should you watch it? Because it's based on Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, duh!
3. Pursuit Of Happyness
Based on true story of Chris Gardner, even though he becomes homeless, he struggles to provide for his son and teaches us the spirit to never give up, that passion and will should never diminish.
In this ,Brad Pitt plays the character for Billy Beane, who teaches us to be innovative and never back down. Some movies are made with honest effort where director knows what exactly he is doing and believes in it. You get dragged into these movies. For me Moneyball is one such movie.
Depicting how depressing modern cubical could be, "Office Space" uses base fraternity humor apparently designed to reach people who work in cubicles. (Think Out of the box dude)
6.Wolf Of The Wall Street
It's a must watch and teaches us everything what to do and what not to do.
Some of these things are: think big, keep your staff happy, know exactly what you want and take it, get a loyal team,precipitancy, and most importantly, act like a boss.