Motivational Movies and Series for Web Hosting Entrepreneurs and Startups to get Inspired in 2020 | HostNamaste Blog

Motivational Movies and Series for Web Hosting Entrepreneurs and Startups to get Inspired - HostNamaste
Motivational Movies and Series for Web Hosting Entrepreneurs and Startups to get Inspired – HostNamaste

At times the best thing to do when you are feeling unmotivated or bored at work is just to take a break. A decent movie or series does wonders when you need a distraction, however, in light of the fact that you are being engaged in business does not mean that you can not get some motivation and inspiration.

We as Web Hosting Providers or Startups always need to motivate and inspire ourselves to get going in our businesses and it is ok to take a break and watch movies and series to get inspired and to do yet better in our lives and businesses.

Here I have added the list of my favourite movies and series, which I have liked the most and going to keep on adding more and more to get inspired you all.

1) Jobs

The narrative of Steve Jobs rising from school dropout into one of the most venerated inventive business people of the twentieth century. It just takes one individual to begin an insurgency.

The remarkable story of Steve Jobs, the first trend-setter and weighty business person who let nothing hold up traffic of significance. The Jobs film recounts to the epic and violent story of Jobs as he pioneered a path that changed innovation and the the world forever.

2) The Social Network

As Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg creates the social networking site that would become known as Facebook, he is sued by the twins who claimed he stole their idea, and by the co-founder who was later squeezed out of the business.

The Social Network” explores the moment at which Facebook, the most revolutionary social phenomena of the new century, was invented – through the warring points of view of the super-savvy smart youngsters who each claimed to be there at its beginning. 

3) Silicon Valley (TV Series)

Silicon Valley: Follows the battle of Richard Hendricks, a Silicon Valley engineer attempting to build his own company called Pied Piper.

It’s about a small group of developers at an Internet startup called Pied Piper. You watch them battle to make sense of their strategy, build their product, fund-raise, and take on Hooli, the tech giant that looks to some extent like Google or Microsoft.

The show is a parody, so it overstates things, yet like all extraordinary farce it catches a great deal of certainties. Most of the different character types you see in the show feel very natural to me. The programmers are smart, super-competitive even with their companions, and somewhat dumbfounded with regards to expressive gestures. By and by, I recognize most with Richard, the organizer of Pied Piper, who is an incredible software engineer yet needs to become familiar with some hard exercises about managing individuals.

4) Startup.com

Startup.com is more than just a look at the rise and fall of the new economy. At its center is a fellowship being tested to the limit, and that’s what makes it worth viewing.

Traces the birth and failure of new media company govWorks.com. A look at a real-life start-up GovWorks, a group of young internet entrepreneurs who are seeking to raise capital in New York’s Silicon Alley and investment communities for an Internet site that will facilitate users interface with local government agencies.

5) The Startup Kids

The Startup Kids is a narrative about young web entrepreneurs in the U.S. and Europe. It contains interviews with founders of Vimeo, Dropbox, Soundcloud and more who talk about how they started their company and their lives as an entrepreneur. Along with that people from the tech scene speaks about the startup environment including the venture capitalist Tim Draper and MG Siegler, tech blogger at Techcrunch.

The movie is made by two Icelandic entrepreneurs, Vala Halldorsdottir and Sesselja Vilhjalmsdottir, who established their first company shortly after the economic collapse of Iceland and wanted to motivate other young people to become entrepreneurs.

Please let me know your thoughts and suggestions on comments 🙂 

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