10 Netflix Documentaries that will teach you about money making

18 Mar, 2022

10 Netflix Documentaries that will teach you about money making

When you feel bored and less productive, still don’t want to utilize time to good use. Don't worry there are a lot of documentaries that binge on Netflix. As an entrepreneur, you can always learn from different sources to enhance your knowledge while you are in a procrastinating mood.

Here is a list of 10 such documentaries recommended

Here you go ENJOY.

1. Generation Startup

Generation Startup is about the struggles and triumphs of six college graduates who put everything on the line to build startups in Detroit.

This documentary inspires viewers how to move out of their comfort zone, struggle and try to build something meaningful.

2. The True Cost

The True Cost by Andrew Morgan prospects the problems in all aspects of the supply chain. This documentary focuses on the bitter truth of the Fashion industry.

It focuses on clothes, the people who make them, and the impact of industry on the environment, society.

It shows us the dark and grim side of the global fast fashion supply chain.

3. Super Size Me

Super Size Me created by Morgan Spurlock is about the bad effect of fast food on health. It also explores the fast-food industry's corporate influence, including how it encourages poor nutrition for its own profit and gain.

4. Inside Job

Inside Job created by Charles Ferguson is divided into 5 main parts

  • In the first part, “the foundation” is explained and details the five main dominating banks.
  • The second part is about the “mortgage boom” in the US and how it led toward the debt burden and how money is created out of thin air.
  • The third part is about “the crisis” which was warned by advisers to the Federal Reserve and the FBI, which was seeing a rise in mortgage fraud.
  • The fourth part is about “accountability”, the top management of such organization left away during times of crisis their decisions created
  • The fifth part is about “where we are now”, the rise of the financial sector caused the downfall of the manufacturing sector and thousands of people have lost their jobs.

5. Catching the Sun

Catching the Sun is directed by Shalini Kantayya on the expansion of the solar power industry. The film gives a short history of solar technology in the United States.

6. Capital C

Capital C directed by Jørg Kundinger and Timon Birkhofer is about crowdfunding. It throws light on hopes and dreams as well as the fears and pitfalls of independent creators in the wake of the digital age.

7. We're Not Broke

We're Not Broke, produced by Victoria Bruce and Karin Hayes, tells the story of how corporations have been able to shelter over a trillion dollars from the U.S. government, and how citizens across the country take their frustration to the streets—and vow to make them pay.

8. Print the Legend

Print the Legend focused on the 3D printing revolution.  It explores the growth of the 3D printing industry, with a focus on startup companies. It’s a must-see for the whole printing industry worldwide.

9. The Business of Being Born

The Business of Being Born directed by Abby Epstein, is about pregnancy-related healthcare.

10. Boom Bust Boom

Boom Bust Boom by Bill Jones is about mankind's history of speculative bubbles. It is about why the economic crisis happens.

Let us know which one you have binged already and which one you are planning to add to the watch list.

Until next keep fueling your work at Fueler..Byee.

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