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4 Great Business Documentaries For Entrepreneurs

Sometimes, especially after a long day of work, you need to just kick up your feet and put on a film. However, the entrepreneur set of people aren’t commonly known to be good at sitting still and shutting off the creative flow. Why not combine the two activities? Flex your entrepreneurial muscles and enjoy a needed break from the workload by kicking back with these 4 business documentaries that are perfect for the creative heart.

  1. Freakonomics

    This is one of those business documentaries that just had to be on this list because it’s interesting, it’s scientific, it’s humorous and it’s accessible for everyone. For the aspiring entrepreneur, this is a great warm-up film for a night of self study that will put your brain the right spot to understand employees, clients or customers and the economy as a whole. It’s also one of those films that is on a lot of these lists, so if you haven’t seen it yet, you gotta check it out!

  2. Generation Startup

    Millennials and young entrepreneurs will find this to be one of the more accessible business documentaries because it puts a face to the entity or trend of millennial startup culture. Following several students as they graduate college and move on to launch startups, chronicling their successes and failures in the business arena. It’s a raw look from the outside in on what entrepreneurs struggle with everyday.

  3. Becoming Warren Buffet

    Who doesn’t love Warren Buffet? A self-made, numbers-obsessed country boy who was ambitious enough to use his drive and clarity of vision to reach new heights as an investor. This documentary peels back the curtain on one of the most ambitious and interesting investor-entrepreneurs you can observe today. This is one of those business documentaries that should be on everyone’s list.

  4. Something Ventured

    This documentary dispels some of the mystery behind how some of the biggest names in business now originally got their funding, shining a light on venture capital investments before that term even existed. It reveals how people that spot smart opportunities and take a chance can end up changing the entire makeup of the economy, just by taking a chance. It’s a must-have for your collection of business documentaries.

  5. Bonus: Jiro Dreams Of Sushi

  6. This one is less of an entrepreneurial business film and more of just an enjoyable documentary about a master sushi chef and his three Michelin Star sushi shop in Japan. It’s a passion project film, that displays how hard work and dedication to craft is supremely satisfying and many entrepreneurs can learn from his devotion. It’s one of this author’s favorite business documentaries and it’s definitely worth your time. If you’re a sushi fan, make sure you eat before the film or your mouth will be watering by the end.

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2019-08-15T17:30:23+00:00August 2nd, 2019|

About the Author:

Zachary Gray is the Content Writer and Editor for HJR Global and associated companies. Zachary lives and works in the Phoenix Valley and writes on a variety of topics.

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