Live Blog: Everything I Know About Development I Learned from the Movies
So this morning I watched a few items of interest, which reminded me that everything (well, most things anyway) that I know about development, and life in general, can be learned from watching classic movies.
From the mosquito “fight” scene in Summer Daze, with comedians Karl Dane and George K. Arthur, I learned that teamwork is a good idea, more often than not. Also, don’t ever assume; communication is key!
From The Pursuit of Happiness, a colonial period light comedy, I learned from Francis Lederer that keeping a positive attitude when it seems that things aren’t going your way will sustain you until things start to look up. And I learned from Charlie Ruggles that even when you want to shirk your duties, eventually you will have to face the music, and may even like it!
From Rex the Wonder Horse in Wild Beauty, I learned that you can still be a good leader and be by being assertive and being yourself.
Unfortunately, I didn’t learn much from the trailers, but they were entertaining.
I’m sure I learn some other lessons over the course of the weekend. What lessons have you learned from the movies?
Posted on March 14, 2013, in Conferences and Training, Kylie and tagged Film festival, Francis Lederer, George K. Arthur, Karl Dane, Movie, New York, Pursuit of Happiness, Rex, Rex the Wonder Horse. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.