7 movies to watch if you want to be an entrepreneur

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This list, in addition to being an example of life, will give you some important keys and lessons both personal and professional to succeed and succeed in whatever you propose in life.

Has it been a hard year for you? Suddenly he was left with some ideas he had in mind and with the desire to work on what he had long wanted to do, but he could not, either because he had not put the interest, because something failed in the first attempt or simply it was a waste of time working on it.

But cheer up, remember that after falling you have to get up and that successful , famous and multimillionaire people were not made overnight , it takes effort and a lot but a lot of dedication, more, in the efforts of day to day Must sow the seeds that in the future will bear fruit to become a garden.

Steve Maller, an entrepreneur who was CEO of Microsoft, once told students at the University of South Carolina that   ”it takes a lot of trial and error. Much experimentation is needed. Find your passion so that every day you can get out of bed, even on bad days you can get up and say, ‘I really love what I do. ‘”

So, in addition to these recommendations, we leave you with the movies that have to do, yes or yes, to start your venture as a promise for 2017, be optimistic and think big. That the New Year arrives for you with clear decisions and approaches of what you want or do not, that the idea is so solid that it does not lack but to start it with the strategic organization that you planned. The films according to World Forum Economic are:

  • The Social Network


This film is based on the entrepreneurial life of Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook. It was released in 2010 in the United States and directed by David Fincher. The film provides the necessary keys to make a startup succeed thanks to two essential features: flexibility and endurance.

  • Glengarry Glen Ross


It is a film with more than 20 years (1992) directed by James Foley. It is based on the winning play by Davil Mamet’s Pulitzer and treats the ruthless real estate world of Chicago. The lesson that an entrepreneur can learn is that the business world can become brutal and very hard.

  • Pirates of Silicon Valley


This 1999 documentary film is about the early days of America’s premier technology center and the subsequent uprising of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.

  • Citizen Kane


Written and directed by or are Welles, producer of American cinema. Charles Foster Kane is a press magnate whose character is based on William Randolph Hearst and his quest for fortune and power. Of course, at the end of the movie he understands what is really meaningful in life besides having a good business, lesson that every entrepreneur should take.

  • The Pursuit of Happiness


It premiered in 2006 in the United States and was directed by Italian Gabriele Muccino. This film is an excellent lesson of sacrifice and daily struggle. It is based on the true story of Chris Gardner, a character portrayed by Will Smith. It is one of the most encouraging and motivating films for entrepreneurs.

  • Rocky


Film written and starring actor and producer Sylvester Stallone. Rocky Balboa is a boxer who fights against Apollo Creed to be the champion. It shows us that we have to have a competitive spirit and not stop fighting. Who perseveres, wins?

  • Office Space


An American comic film of 1999 directed by Mike Judge; Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) realizes that he hates to sit always in the same job to follow the orders of his boss Bill Lumbergh (Gary Cole). An entrepreneur has another paste, like Gibbons: he does not like to work for a third party.

Now, if you have not planned anything for the remaining weekends, we suggest you to watch these Movies which definitely are not only an investment of time but also a benefit to start applying in your daily living. 

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