WATCH: 5 documentaries to inspire the entrepreneur in you

The One-Week Job

If you have ever been unsure about what your next step in life should be, this documentary is for you. In this documentary, Sean Aiken graduates from college and then struggles with the question “What should I do with my life?” So he created The One-Week Job Project. His goal: to work fifty-two jobs in fifty-two weeks in search of his passion.

Watch the full documentary: http://www.oneweekjob.com/documentary/

Startupland

In this series based documentary five startup CEO’s have 12 weeks in a tech accelerator to build their ideas into promising companies before they present to a room full of investors. This is a must see for all young interested in the prospect of the entrepreneurial journey.

I Lost my Job

I Lost My Job is a documentary film which sets out to explore the phenomenon which is affecting and due to affect many people’s lives – namely, technological unemployement.

What are the social consequences of ongoing technological unemployment within our current economic system? Find out if your career is at risk of extinction.

 

 

Somm

If you like to watch Masterchef whilst glugging down a bottle of wine then we have the perfect documentary for you. Four sommeliers attempt to pass the prestigious Master Sommelier exam, a test with one of the lowest pass rates in the world.

In the end, it’s about wine, but It is also the tale of friendship, teamwork and perseverance.

Don’t look down

Richard Branson is one of the most inspiring people alive today. Get ready for a rollercoaster story involving his near-death attempt to break world records whilst crossing the Atlantic and Pacific ocean in a hot air balloon.

“These epic adventures and brushes with death have shaped me to become the person I am today — in fact they have been pivotal to my success in life; teaching me so many valuable skills and lessons, which I have applied to both business and every day life.” The entrepreneur said on his blog.

 

What are your favourite inspiring documentaries?

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