Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Bullet Train

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Bullet Train is one of the most unique and fun films I’ve seen in a long time. It’s an action movie with a bit of intrigue, suspense, and fun all mixed together.

Sony’s Bullet Train stars Brad Pit as Ladybug, Joey King as Prince, Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Tangerine, Brian Tyree Henry as Lemon, Andrew Koji as Kimora, and Hiroyuki Sanada as The Elder. The whole cast was phenomenal and not to be missed.

Bad Bunny and Brad Pitt in Bullet Train movie

You’ll enjoy the film if you love fast action, witty banter, and a twist. Fair warning, the film has quite a bit of violence and language. It is not for kids.

You’ll also love Bullet Train if you’re a student of leadership. Bullet Train is full of leadership lessons ready for you to pick out as you watch.

Deconstruction

Deconstruction is a hot topic button in the world of faith. Many prominent faith leaders are coming to terms that the people they’ve led are reexamining the world they believed in. More than that, many leaders of the faith have begun to deconstruct what they’ve come to believe.

For those that don’t know what deconstruction is, a simple definition may be: The systematic pulling apart of one’s belief system for examination.

Paint falling off of the wall

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Lots of questions are raised during the process of reconstruction. These questions range from the theological to the practical. A lot of times, there’s no specific timing or reasoning for people to begin a deconstruction journey.

Sadly, a lot of those deconstructing fall away from the faith. They discover they didn’t have a firm footing to stand on. Other times, those deconstructing come back stronger with a better understanding of what they believe and why.

10 Key Areas Where Business Owners Should Consider Outsourcing

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As a business owner, you are always looking for ways to save time and money. One way to do this is by outsourcing some of your work.

People gathered around a table, working on computers

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There Are Many Different Areas Where You Can Outsource Work, Including:

1. Social media

Outsourcing your social media can free up valuable time that you can reinvest back into your business. It can also help ensure that your social media platforms are being updated regularly with high-quality content, helping you to attract and retain customers.

2. Accounting and bookkeeping

Managing your finances is crucial to the success of any business, yet it can be a time-consuming task. Outsourcing your accounting and bookkeeping to payroll companies can give you peace of mind that your finances are in good hands, freeing up your time to focus on other aspects of your business.

Are You Content?

You need a bigger house. You deserve a faster car. You have to have a larger salary.

For so many of us, we live in a world of needing, deserving, and having to haves.

What is this world? It’s the world of discontent.

Cat being petted, looking content

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Are You Content?

Are you content? That’s a big question to ask.

For me, most of the days, I think I am. Then there are days when I go and think I want a bigger house, nicer car, or larger salary.

I get discontent.

When I get discontent, I find myself in a bad place. I look at the world as if the world is unfair.

Everyone has a bigger house. That Maserati down the street looks really appealing. Or I wish I lived closer to Lake Michigan (I live 3 miles from there, come on now!).

These feelings of discontent leave me wanting more.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From The Warriors

A Reel Leadership Article

My latest book, Reel Leadership, is now available on Amazon. If you love movies and leadership, you will love this book.

The Warriors (buy it on Amazon) is a 1979 gang-film period piece. It’s become something of a cult classic over the years.

The fear that the film tries to portray is typical of the time period. You shouldn’t be out after dark, nothing good happens, and the allure of gang life will kill you.

Overall, the film is over the top in its portrayal of life. That’s partially what made it such a fun movie to watch.

There is a bit of violence, a lot of language, and a bit of sexual talk.

On top of this, you’ll discover plenty of leadership lessons in The Warriors. Despite being in gangs, there are things you can take away from this classic film.