This 2016 Biopic Is Giving Us Some Major Life Lessons

Last night I finally got to watch the controversial biopic drama, "The Founder" a fascinating story of a 50 year old salesman Ray kroc who turned a single hamburger operation in California created by the McDonald brothers into the Global fast food Empire McDonald's as it is known to the world today. That being said this brilliant movie is packed with some of the most valuable life lessons that we all can learn from it. So here's presenting a few of them :

1. Persistence

Persistence is probably the biggest lesson this movie teaches. There is an also an excellent quote in the movie by Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States: "Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent won’t; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent."

2. You Are Not Too Old

Ray Kroc was practically at, what an ideal society would consider, the ideal retirement age of an individual. But that did not stop him from chasing his dreams. He "had a dream" and simply went for it without making any excuses.

3. Be Curious And Open Minded

Before becoming the CEO of The Macdonald's Corporation, Ray Kroc used to sell milkshake machines to driveway stores, before that paper cups and before that a real state agent but it was his open mindedness and curiosity to keep learning that allowed him to keep trying and experimenting new ideas that were in sync with his gut feeling. And the rest us history.

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