With the ongoing pandemic, chances are you’re still spending a lot of time at home. But if you’re looking for some inspiration and motivation to help you reach the next level of success in your business, you don’t have to go too far from your couch. There are many books and films you can spend your time looking into.

Today, we’re focusing on ten documentaries that every female entrepreneur should watch. If you manage to watch all of them, there’s a reasonable chance that you’ll learn a lot about what it takes to get to the next step of success.

Here are some must-watch documentaries for female entrepreneurs:
  1. Miss Representation (2011) - Being a female entrepreneur means you’ll come across some form of prejudice in the work environment, whether it’s towards you or someone else. Miss Representation is an essential watch to learn how to overcome prejudices and be a part of the movement to end it. This documentary sheds light on the different ways that women are often at a disadvantage but also focuses on the number of ways that they can be empowered. With words of wisdom from a collection of hugely successful women in different industries, it is the perfect motivation booster that every female entrepreneur can gain insight from
  2. Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work (2010) - Sometimes, you can learn a thing or two from big celebrity names, like the Hollywood personality, Joan Rivers. This documentary follows the 75-year-old around in her day-to-day life and can give you as much insight into being a certified girl boss as it will laughter. It’s the portrait of a woman who will not accept defeat, who will not slow down, and who must prove herself over and again no matter what might be against her - like her age that is touched on quite a bit throughout the film. All qualities that many female entrepreneurs must possess in order to be successful.
  3. The September Issue (2009) - Is The Devil Wears Prada one of your favorite movies? Then this is the perfect documentary for you. Take a look into Anna Wintour and her life at Vogue as she deals with the September 2007 issue of American Vogue magazine. Thousands of girl bosses dream of this career, but as you watch this documentary, you’ll see what it really takes to be in such a demanding lifestyle. As a powerful woman, with a significant success story, there’s so much insight to take in on how to stand out in any industry, and how to confidently have a no-nonse approach to life.
 
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