Movies Teach Career Lessons

This past week I posted on how communication gaps lead to misunderstandings with bosses. I got my inspiration from the newly released movie, "Horrible Bosses" – "Horrible Bosses Strikes a Nerve."

Today I'd like to shine the spotlight on one of my posts from 2009, "Julie and Julia": A Script for Career Transition." This movie depicts the story of how a modern-day character starts a blog about her experience as she cooks her way through Julia Child's cookbook over the course of one year.

My fleeting thought is that movies can teach career lessons by imitating life. Now, I'm on the search for more movies to review from the perspective of a careerist!

Wishing you career success in 2011!


1 thought on “Movies Teach Career Lessons

  1. I very much agree with your post. I do find movies very helpful in a career choice. Although certain situations arent always realistic, movies give people a sense of the culture of the job. I know this to be true for myself. Im drawn to movies in which I could see myself having a career in.
    Looking forward to read your movie review list.

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