The beauty of a documentary is how much you get to learn from the candidness of the shots and videos. A documentary takes you through a journey that can inspire you in many ways. If you are willing to start your own business or need to boost an already existing one, we would recommend watching the following documentaries to get a headstart through your struggles.
Inspired by a bestseller, Freakonomics shows you a worldview approach into the business. There are six documentaries to the entire series which challenge the societal challenges and deep-rooted conventions of today. It deals with the nasty side of Japanese sumo wrestling, teenage incentivising and cultural segregation in Japan. Through it all, the documentaries focus on building different approaches to a specific problem.
This is your classic David vs Goliath story. A beer startup competes against the big guns by focusing on quality instead of quantity. Beer Wars is a great documentary for startups who wish to climb the ladder of success in no time.
Jiro Oro is a sushi master and the documentary focuses on his skill development journey to enhance his art. If you are an existing business looking to find ways to do better, this is the documentary for you. Jiro’s restaurant has bookings made 3 months in advance owing to his popularity that came as a result of perfecting his skills. Even though he is 90, he still strives to be better at what he does.
Generation startup follows the journey of six Detroit boys who have just entered the world of business and in a course of 17 months, try to become better at their job to find ways to expand the same. This documentary shows you how to build a startup from scratch, be it any kind of startup.
The Founders of 3D printer manufacturing, MakerBot and FarmLabs were the first to introduce 3D Printing into the world. This documentary focuses on the hardships faced by the two companies and their journey reiterating their growth as one of the first founders of new technology in the world. This is a great watch for technological buffs.
Source: Business News Daily