I watched a movie last night (The Social Network) and was hugely inspired.
Wikipedia reports: “The Social Network is a 2010 American drama film directed by David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin. Adapted from Ben Mezrich’s 2009 book The Accidental Billionaires, the film portrays the founding of social networking website Facebook and the resulting lawsuits.”
Before the movie ended, I was already on the internet checking for more information. It got my mind working overtime. I was in awe.
It was amazing for me to witness a young college student, with or without help, with foul play or not, take the world by storm (PS – I am not sanctioning foul play, if any).
This movie will surely suit those of you who already own a business or others who are thinking of starting one. Even employees will benefit.
It will hopefully show you that you can also think BIG and do GREAT THINGS!
Business Insider gives some information here and the movie review is here.
But forget all of that, trust me – just hire and watch the movie.
For a bit of humour, view The Social Network Poster Parody Parade.
Still on motivation, but closer to home. Here is another reminder for those in South Africa.
There is still time to be at this must-attend Durban event “The Leader Who Had No Title” if you want to get overloaded with passion. One week to go!
Book on Computicket or look here for a possibly better deal (but be quick).
If you can’t make it to the event, then connect with Robin Sharma on his website or via Facebook for some great motivation and ideas.
No time to read his top-class books then listen to some good advice, the Complete audio-book of Robin’s #1 bestseller The Greatness Guide, right here if you want to give yourself a winning edge!