Netflix Wisdom: 4 Documentaries Every Entrepreneur Should Watch
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Netflix is great for long weekends spent on the couch, or longer study breaks, but did you know it's also a fantastic way to learn about business? Here are four documentaries every entrepreneur should watch.
1. Print The Legend
This 2014 documentary narrows in on the 3D printing revolution, and shows that starting a business isn’t pretty, and it can be even less so if/when you achieve success.
2. Jiro Dreams Of Sushi
This 2011 documentary tells the story of Jiro Ono, the 90-year-old Japanese sushi chef, who creates what is known as the best sushi in the world. Jiro's story shows that, if you fully dedicate yourself to your products and passions, people will take notice and value your work.
3. Steve Jobs: One Last Thing
This less-than-an-hour documentary aired shortly after Steve Jobs' death and will leave you in awe of his marketing genius. It will also teach you that marketing your product is just as important as the product itself.
4. Burt's Buzz
From an abandoned one-room school building to a company sold for $900M, this documentary tells the story of Burt Shavitz and the company he co-founded, Burt's Bees. The premise of the movie is that there's no prerequisite for starting a successful business—if Burt did it, so can you. [Fortune]