8 Lessons You Can Learn About Entrepreneurship From Movies
1. Your actions will decide what the world thinks of you
2. Failure can give you new perspective
3. No matter what people say, just keep going
4. Time waits for none
5. You gotta work on yourself
6. Focus on your work and not the results
7. Live for yourself
8. As Arya Stark said, "Fear cuts deeper that swords."
So much planning and implementation goes into business that all that is left by the end is seriousness. Not that doing business isn’t fun in itself, but it requires so much hard work and keeping tabs of different things all together that fun is the last thing a business person will ever think of.
Amidst all the pressure, when one looks for inspiration everywhere, we fail to look for them in the most popular art form we are so used to watching – movies. Evoking, what Aristotle called, ‘catharsis’, they make us empathise with others and ourselves. They reflect our thoughts and sometimes speak to us directly. We are inspired and left with a wish to become like them.
To help all you entrepreneurs out there, we have compiled a list of quotes from some of the best movies that would also be great business lessons.
It is a well known fact that every human being who knows about Batman aspires to be like Batman. Be it his ideals, his awesomeness or just that he is so freaking cool.
It took Batman some time to realize that even if his intention was good, his actions would decide what the world thinks of him. In business too, if you have an idea, it doesn't matter unless you find ways to execute it in a manner than will genuinely change the world.
The quote says it all.
There is a reason the man's called 'Gandalf, The Great'.
Entrepreneurs take a problem and look for a solution that will impact the world as whole. In the same lifetime with the same profession, you can either just focus on earning money or you can, as Steve Jobs said, make a dent in the universe.
The choice is yours.
The Godfather never gets it wrong.
You life is in your hands. You either make it into something that would make you great or you lead a normal life. The only thing that will make the difference is if you are ready to work on yourselves.