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Must-Watch Movies and Exhibitions for Budding Entrepreneurs

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If you start your journey as a small business owner, it can be difficult to find people who have a similar experience. That's because it's a brave and, frankly, risky venture. Many of your classmates might be more comfortable with their nine to five year experience rather than going out alone.

For this reason, it's not a bad idea for those who want to open a small business to verify the glorification of pop culture from their experiences. Whether it's a relevant reality show, a scripted television series or a particularly relevant movie, these entities could be the best way for those who are in start a business or at least think about it to understand and the disadvantages of the process.

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Make sure you know where to find movies when it's time to gorge on something with content relevant to your small business experience; Streaming sites such as Amazon Video, Netflix, Hulu and 123movies offer many choices, accessible at any time.

Here are three examples of pop culture that you might find enlightening if you are a budding entrepreneur.

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The social network

The 2010 film directed by David Fincher is known for his flawless representation of Facebook's origins. Although it shows the brilliance and ingenuity that were displayed by the site's creators, it's also a great example of the fierce nature of the business. This is also a good illustration of how difficult it can be to mix business with friendship.

There are ethical and moral issues that arise throughout the film and that you may not have considered. In the end, the film shows that there is a price to pay for sacrificing everything for business success.

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The shark tank

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<p> This show airing on the ABC television network in the United States does a great job in showing how a person with a business idea sometimes needs to find investors to make his dreams come true. It's a reality show, and it has credibility because of the way many people who participated in the show have seen their ideas become successful. </p>
<p> Perhaps just as important is that it shows that not all ideas are meant to be great hits. In both cases, this reality is a great start for the beginner in business. </p>
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Kinship

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This long-running show on the NBC network in America has experienced for the tough situations of opera-fire style and the crises experienced by an extended family.

One of the most entertaining and intriguing sub-intrigues came when two brothers decided to abandon their stable jobs and launch themselves into opening a recording studio. The show dramatizes their triumphs but also details the many bumps that the pair has suffered along the way. In the end, their dreams are not quite realized, but they are grateful for the experience that they enjoyed while the studio was in operation.

Want more shows and movies?

Of course, there are many other movies and shows that may interest your business mind. Here are the recommended resources:

Conclusion

These are just some of the representations of pop culture of small businesses and entrepreneurs that can be found. Discover them and indirectly enjoy the thrill of the experience before you embark yourself in the deep end of entrepreneurship.

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