You know I’m a huge movie fan. You also know I love to share leadership lessons from the movies in the Reel Leadership series. In those articles, I share leadership lessons from the movies and how they can impact your leadership.
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Today, I want to shift gears from leadership lessons to relationship lessons from the movies.
Movies are chockfull of relationship lessons. And today we’re going to take a look at 5 movies and the relationship lessons they can teach you.
Relationship Lessons From The Movies
1. Relationships take effort:
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Pam and I like to take in a good comedy every once in awhile. We also like to be reminded of the great things of our childhood.
That’s why we were excited to see the newest Adam Sandler movie Pixels.
Having watched the previews, Pixels looked hilarious.
Going into Pixels, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Would it be classic, humorous Adam Sandler a la Happy Gilmore, The Waterboy, or Anger Management? Or would it be stupid humor such as Little Nicky or Grown Ups?
What it turned out to be was something in-between.
It also proved to provide insights into leadership, if you looked deep enough.
Caution: Pixels Spoilers Ahead
Leadership Lessons From Pixels
1. Noticing patterns will help you succeed – Adam Sandler’s character in Pixels, Sam Brenner, was on his way to superstardom, at least in the competitive world of video games. Read more...