Six motivational movies for wantrepreneurs

In Inspiration, Success

Below are some of the movies the risktakers team thought every entrepreneur and aspiring entrepreneur should watch. Tell us your choice on the comments section.

The men who built America

It is the story of success and failure starring some of the greatest entrepreneuers in the world who despite all the odds proved that businessmen not just politicians can provide leadership for a country. They built businesses from scratch and made them empires.

The pursuit of happiness

The movie depicts the journey of an entrepreneur and the price and sacrifices they have to make along the way including being deserted by loved ones who cannot endure failure.

Twelve angry men

It’s a courtroom drama featuring characters with different value system and is key in leadership, conflict resolution and decision making in a group of conflicting views.

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The wall street.

It is a more tamed and more intellectual movie on high finance compared to the wolf of wall street. It deals with portfolio management, corporate finance and capital markets. It shows the limits of morality in the cruel world business and the impact of greed on business and family.

The God father trilogy

The movie is packed with drama and is perhaps one of the all-time classics showing how contacts and relationships matter in business. The ruthlessness that characterises many entrepreneurs and impact on family.

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The Lord of war

The movie although featuring illegal gun trade shows how risk taking and endurance can benefit and entrepreneur.

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