One thing I love to do is watch the latest and greatest movie in the theater. Seeing a motion picture on the big screen provides a different viewing perspective.
You’re able to sit in the theater’s leather recliner. You’re able to hear the sound in THX. And you’re able to see all the details on the gigantic movie screen.
Over the past years, I’ve seen plenty of movies in the theater. Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Hacksaw Ridge, and so many more were mind-blowing.
Not only were they thrilling to watch, they also provided leadership lessons if you looked close enough. That’s another reason I love movies.
You can watch, be entertained, and walk away with new insights into leadership or life.
Today, we’re going to look at 8 movies that provide leadership lessons. Read more...
February 1952 saw what is considered the greatest small-boat rescue in history. A disastrous winter storm hit the East Coast, damaging an oil tanker and ripping it in half.
The United States Coast Guard is sent in for a small-boat rescue.
What comes next is unbelievable but true. The grit and determination of these Coast Guard men can teach all of us a lesson or two.
Why I Want To See The Finest Hours
From the first preview, I was hooked. I knew The Finest Hours was a movie to see.
First, I live close to the only city officially designated as Coast Guard City. This was done by an act of congress and signed into law by President Clinton.
Second, I love epic movies about real life events. Knowing what happened in The Finest Hours was based on true events made me want to watch it even more. Read more...