‘Inspiration Can Stem From Any Source’ States Get Up and Go Marketing
When it comes to learning the ropes in business, Get Up and Go Marketing believe inspiration can come from anywhere. Recently the firm’s CEO revealed which film which has inspired him on his business journey.
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Working alongside some of the industry’s top performers, it is evident that inspiration can stem from anywhere. As a new business owner, it is a frequent question CEO Elliott Curtis is asked. He dedicates his entrepreneurial drive to the award-winning movie ‘the pursuit of happiness’ starring Will Smith the box office hit saw a family man overcome a series of heartbreaking obstacles to reach his goals and provide a high-level lifestyle for his child. Elliott Curtis reveals the top lessons he took away from the inspiring blockbuster:
- Things May Become Worse Before They Get Better – In the movie, the narrator depicts Chris Gardner’s struggle as one where many people would have given up and followed a career path that in no way would allow him to fulfil the lifestyle he longed for. He sacrifices many simple things for long periods to reach the lifestyle he believes he and his son deserve.
- Don’t Be Afraid to Aim High – even when his wife laughed at his dreams, Chris Gardner did not take the easy route, he persevered and worked relentlessly to prove those who lacked belief wrong. It’s important to know and be confident in the notion that anything is possible with a consistent whatever it takes approach.
- Work For It Like Your Life Depends on it – Throughout the movie, Chris Gardner’s struggle is apparent, with many times he comes close to failure, the one factor that is prevalent is his desire to succeed, he won’t give up and become a failure in his son’s eyes. During the film viewers saw the conscious effort made by Gardner to win, He didn’t spend much time at the water machine when at work so that he’d have more time to spend calling clients and wouldn’t be wasting time in the bathroom.
- Don’t Let Anyone’s Opinion Stop You – It is important in life to pursue goals that offer intrinsic value. External opinions shouldn’t be the determining factor that decides effort. Chris Gardner’s wife was in complete disagreement over his career choice and felt it was best for the family if he secured a steady income job. The decision to carry n saw his wife leave and his commitment to his son rise, making him more determined. Will Smith offered a stunning performance when looking to inspire his son to follow his dream, “You got a dream, you gotta protect it. People can’t do something themselves they want to tell you that you can’t do it. You want something, go get it. Period.” – Pursuit of Happiness
- Show No Weakness – Wanting to have success on personal merit, Chris Gardner reached out for no help. He also was willing to give away his final $5 to maintain his front of having his life under control. For Chris, he wanted no external influence to determine the outcome except his right to the role.