Updated: Feb 6
I would like to share with you a list of films I watched and showed me that persisting in a dream and putting it into practice can be difficult but that in the end it can bring incredible results. This is a good list for those times when you are thinking about giving up and compare yourself to some big name saying you are not going to get there.
Believe me: they've been through this too!
So without further ado let's start:
1st Bill Gates Code
The work shows the founder of Microsoft in situations little seen even by those who have followed the company's trajectory for a long time. There's Bill Gates playing tennis, rowing, hiking, reading, drinking coffee, eating hamburgers and talking about his relationship with parents and friends.
Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is a boy who dropped out of law school but, brilliant as he is, gets an interview with the respected Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), one of the best lawyers in Manhattan. When Harvey realizes the boy's natural talent and photographic memory, he hires him and together they form an unbeatable pair. Even though he is a genius, Mike still has a lot to learn about law. And even though he is such a competent lawyer, Harvey will learn from his new partner to see his clients differently.
3º Tony Robbins : I Am not your guru
Through an exclusive backstage pass, director Joe Berlinger traced this profile of adviser and speaker Tony Robbins, a "guru" of everyday life and the business world, whose annual seminar "Date With Destiny" in Boca Raton, Florida , brings together more than two and a half thousand people.
4º Privacidade Hackeada
The scandal of the consulting firm Cambridge Analytica and Facebook is recounted through the story of an American professor. Upon discovering that, along with 240 million people, his personal information was hacked to create political profiles and influence the 2016 American elections, he embarks on a journey to take the case to court, as American law does not protect his digital information. but British law does.
5º Mad Men
Mad Men portrays the elegant and millionaire world of advertising in the 1960s, when smoking was a glamorous act, a symbol of power, and the biggest accounts of the agencies were from the tobacco companies.
The show, which began airing on American TV in July 2007, had its final episode in May 2015, after 7 seasons and 92 enthralling chapters in the company of Donald Draper (the star of the show), Peggy Olson, Pete Campbell, Roger Sterling, among others.
6º Silicon Valley ( HBO)
Richard (Thomas Middleditch), Big Head (Josh Brener), Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) and Dinesh (Kumail Nanjiani) are programmers as smart as they are introverted. They work for the Hooli company in Silicon Valley and live in the "custody" of Erlich, a millionaire who lets them live in his house for free - as long as he earns 10% of the profits from the boys' projects. After an investment failed by capitalist Peter Gregory (Christopher Evan Welch), Richard seems destined to remain in his mediocre job at the company, founded by megalomaniac Gavin Belson (Matt Ross). When Mônica (Amanda Crew), Gregory's chief operating officer, and Jared (Zach Woods), executive, realize the value of the algorithm created by Richard, a bidding dispute arises between Belson and Gregory, and Richard is in the middle.
7th The inventor
Founded by young Elizabeth Holmes, the healthcare company Theranos, valued at more than $ 9 million in 2014, had a short and controversial history, involving rapid rise and fall. Shortly after being considered by the business world as "the next Steve Jobs", Holmes saw his entire empire crumble when Theranos received several reports of fraud.
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Soon they will launch a series based on the life of the founders of we work, showing their mistakes and successes in front of the company.