The movie “The Intern-Experience never gets old” was a very innovative movie with an excellent story line. A retired 60 plus year of age professional Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro) working for a twenty something CEO of an IT company Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway) is an excellent concept. More importantly, Robert De Niro’s acting will win your heart for sure. Following are some of the management lessons we can learn from “The Intern”
What is the ultimate objective of any marketing? Is it getting more visitors or having a prestigious name? No. It boils down to only one word: sales. You may have 1000 visitors but if you cannot convert even 1 of it, what is the purpose of it? "The conversion code" is your ultimate guide to get leads converted into sales. Here are the 3 main reasons in a nutshell why you must read "The conversion code" ASAP. Reason 1: To capture more internet leads Reason 2: To create better quality appointments Reason 3: "The Conversion code" teaches us how to close more sales
Tyrion Lannister is a mastermind. He is one of the most knowledgeable man in the series "Game of Thrones". In a television show which has murders, betrayals and politics at its core, Tyrion is someone who manages to stay one step ahead of all. He has a genius mind and a heart as well which sets him apart from others. Here are few of the lessons I believe everyone should learn from him.
Kung Fu Panda is an animated movie series but perhaps the lessons it gives are far more valuable than any other movie I have ever watched. It is one of my favourite films. Apart from these lessons, Kung fu panda is awesomely awesome. Pandas are too cute and learning is just the cherry on the top. After reading these lessons and thinking upon it, try watching these movies again. This will help you have a new vision for watching it. Here are the lessons that I learnt from watching the Kung fu Panda movies.