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10 Motivational Movies Every Entrepreneur Should Watch

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Entrepreneurship is a lonely business. Entrepreneurs are constantly misunderstood, often called “harebrained”, repeatedly asked “When you will get a REAL job?”. The struggle is real not only when the business path gets rocky, but also when the emotional exhaustion starts to take over the well-being of the entrepreneur. Stress is energy draining and slowly leads you to the disaster called burnout. To help you keep your motivation high, here you will find a list of 10 highly-inspirational movies, which tell unique and edifying stories about entrepreneurship.

Joy

“As you grow up and you come into the world that has all sorts of things in it, money, crime, betrayal, you realize that the only thing you’re gonna have is what you make.”

Burnt

“People eat because they are hungry; I want to make food that makes people stop eating.”

The Intern

“The key is to keep moving.”

The Big Short

“No one can see a bubble. That’s what makes it a bubble.”

The Social Network

“Drop the “The”. Just “Facebook”. It’s cleaner.

“We lived on farms, then we lived in cities, and now we are going to live on the Internet!”

Pirates of Silicon Valley

Steve Jobs: “We are better than you are! We have better stuff.”

Bill Gates: “You don’t get it, Steve. That doesn’t matter!”

The Pursuit of Happyness

“Walk that walk and go forward all the time. Don’t just talk that talk, walk it and go forward. Also, the walk didn’t have to be long strides; baby steps counted too. Go forward.”

The Wolf of Wall Street

Jordan: Sell me this pen.

Brad: Write me your name on this napkin.

Jordan: I don’t have a pen.

Brad: There you go, it’s a matter of supply and demand.

Boiler Room

“It’s strange to think how that knock changed everything, everything. Hey don’t get me wrong here, I don’t believe in fate; I believe in odds.”

Moneyball

“When your enemy is making mistakes, don’t interrupt him.”

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