Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Inside Out 2

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.

Disney and Pixar bring us back to the world of Riley (Kensington Tallman), a young girl with a whole world of emotions. If you remember the first Inside Out movie, you will remember her journey of coming to terms with her conflicting emotions.

In Inside Out 2, Riley’s original emotions return. We’re treated to the likes of:

  • Joy (Amy Poehler)
  • Anger (Lewis Black)
  • Sadness (Phyllis Smith)
  • Fear (Tony Hale)
  • Disgust (Liza Lapira)

Joy (a blue-haired woman) and Anxiety (a creature with a worried expression) with colored balls behind them. Scene from Inside Out 2.

These emotions are pushed out as 13-year-old Riley hits puberty. New emotions arrive and begin to create havoc in her life. These new emotions are:

  • Anxiety (Maya Hawke)
  • Envy (Ayo Edebiri)
  • Embarrassment (Paul Walter Hauser)
  • Ennui (Adèle Exarchopoulos)

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Shazam! Fury Of The Gods

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 much-anticipated sequel to the 2019 film Shazam! opened recently. Shazam! Fury Of The Gods brings just as much fun to the theaters as the original film. The film continues Billy Batson’s (Asher Angel) journey as the boy who says SHAZAM! and is turned into a superhero (Zachary Levi).

Critics have panned the movie. I think they don’t understand the point of film at times. Sure, Reel Leadership looks at the leadership aspect of movies, but movies can also entertain. They take us to a place we couldn’t go to before. Shazam! Fury Of The Gods brings us a lot of fun, laughs, and smiles throughout.

Go into the movie expecting to have fun, and you will. You can also go to the movie expecting to come out a better leader.