3 Great Movies For Entrepreneurs



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It’s Friyay!
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So after reading this post from Naijagirlnextdoor, I decided to create my own look. 


My impatience set in, but even it wasn’t enough to not let me be great). It’s really pretty and I got fantastic comments on it. I definitely recommend it as a go-to protective style.

If you know me well, then you know how much I love watching movies (…and series!). I mean, I can literally do a night vigil on watching movies and series. By the way, did you catch my post on the Cassie Daves Blogplanner? If you haven’t read it, please go read it and let me know your thoughts!. While I know we’re mostly too busy to even watch movies, there are some that have great ideas, inspiration and also the urge and zeal to push your business further into something that is greater than the future you initially forecasted for it.

Since it’s the weekend, why not relax over your favorite meal (Or basically just some popcorn and drink) and watch any one or all of these movies? I was going to put up five movies, but I thought it was going to be too much. Do you think I should add more?

Below are my picks (In no particular order):

1.  Joy (2015)

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The main character is one who has the kind of zeal that’s out of this world. Really, I saw myself throughout her struggle in the movie and I sincerely said “wow I'm not sure I have the strength for this much”. Trust me; you’d understand why I said that after the movie. It promotes steadfastness and pushing through the teeth for what you want.

2. Chef (2014)

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Though this is a tad bit old already, it’s great for creative ideas on how to improve on social media marketing for your business. I had no idea how well one could manipulate some regular social media channels till I watched this movie (Yes, really!). The funny thing was that I got schooled by a kid hehehe. You should absolutely see this movie.

3. Unfinished Business (2015)

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This buttresses points about expectations on starting a business versus the reality of actually starting a business – especially when you suddenly leave your day job without a plan in place. It also promotes the habit of fighting though the teeth to get results because you know your business will benefit greatly from it.

These movies are a combination of business, fun and hardship that turns out well.It gives you a live view and execution for the different growth measures and paths that could open for your business.
Forbes and Entrepreneur also have great movie ideas for entrepreneurs. 

Do you think I should do a full review on any one of these movies?
Have you seen any of these movies? What did you think?
Haven’t seen it? Please go watch any one or all of them and let me know what you think!

P.S: You'd notice I changed the blog name from "Sincerely, 'LO to Sincerely, Lolaa. This was due to a certain negligence on my part, as I didn't research the name before picking it. Another blogger had the name already, hence the change. I sincerely apologize and thank you for sticking with me.

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6 comments

Nedoux said...

Hi,

I knew "Joy" was going to make the list, it is such an inspirational movie. Determination fuels success.

I haven't heard of the other 2 movies, will check them out. Thank you for sharing. :-)

ogunnupebi damilola said...

Hello :)

Yes, Joy was amazing. You should definitely see the other movies. You'll love it! Thanks for stopping by. Please subscribe and come back!

TheShanyiLife said...

I 'kent' believe I have not seen any of this movies. I doubt if they are still showing in the cinemas, please how can I get them

ogunnupebi damilola said...

Lol it's okay, I actually got it from friends. You should be able to download it too if there's the opportunity.

Or better still, whenever you're in Lagos and are chanced, you could send me an e-mail and we can work out the transfer via flash drive

Aby PurpleHeart said...

I've only see Unfinished Business, i'll definitely go and check the rest. I really need some entrepreneurial inspiration.

www.misspurpleheart.com

Ogunnupebi Damilola said...

How was it? You should see the others. They're really good. Let me know what you think when you watch them.

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