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Nov 19, 2006 10:50 pm

Will Smith stars in "In Pursuit of Happyness" opening Dec 17th.
http://www.sonypictures.com/movies/thepursuitofhappyness/

BTW, Casino Royale is a must see too.

Nov 20, 2006 10:37 am

I saw Casino Royale yesterday...it lives up to the hype.


Over the long holiday week, this is a great escape movie to take the wifey to. I might see it a second time. It's the best bond movie in recent years.

Nov 20, 2006 11:09 am

Has anyone seen Babel or Flags of our Fathers yet? Those two are on the list to see at some point before they exit the big screen.


Also, I saw The Departed a couple weeks ago and I think its on par with Scorceses classics such as Casino...... Highly recommend checking that one out.

Nov 20, 2006 2:50 pm

My recommendation for all us sales focused, success hungry individuals is to see The Secret.  It's the essence of what all the great books (like Think and Grow Rich) teach.

Nov 20, 2006 3:21 pm

I saw Flags of Our Fathers after reading the book (very inspiring movie).


Saw Happy Feet over the weekend. Wish I could have taken my cats (they would have loved it).


I hope everyone who reads/posts on this thread has a great holiday. We all have much to be thankful for in my opinion.


Nov 20, 2006 3:56 pm
dude:

My recommendation for all us sales focused, success hungry individuals is to see The Secret.  It's the essence of what all the great books (like Think and Grow Rich) teach.



I watched The Secret a few weeks ago.  The message was a good and positive one, but it could have been condensed into 30 minutes and still had the same firepower.


The one thing that killed me was the guy who had his board with all of the goals he wanted to achieve, including his dream house.  They moved several times and he had this board boxed up for a number of years.  When they finally settled down, his son found it and pulled it out of the box and showed his dad.  The dad realized he was living in the actual house that was on this collage...At some point in the home-buying process, wouldn't you think...Hmmm...this house looks familiar.

Nov 20, 2006 4:02 pm
BrokerRecruit:
dude:

My recommendation for all us sales focused, success hungry individuals is to see The Secret.  It's the essence of what all the great books (like Think and Grow Rich) teach.



I watched The Secret a few weeks ago.  The message was a good and positive one, but it could have been condensed into 30 minutes and still had the same firepower.


The one thing that killed me was the guy who had his board with all of the goals he wanted to achieve, including his dream house.  They moved several times and he had this board boxed up for a number of years.  When they finally settled down, his son found it and pulled it out of the box and showed his dad.  The dad realized he was living in the actual house that was on this collage...At some point in the home-buying process, wouldn't you think...Hmmm...this house looks familiar.



Yes...some of the movies was a little cheesy, but I have applied some of the principles and have seen some pretty dramatic results so far.

Nov 20, 2006 4:05 pm
BrokerRecruit:
dude:

My recommendation for all us sales focused, success hungry individuals is to see The Secret.  It's the essence of what all the great books (like Think and Grow Rich) teach.



I watched The Secret a few weeks ago.  The message was a good and positive one, but it could have been condensed into 30 minutes and still had the same firepower.


The one thing that killed me was the guy who had his board with all of the goals he wanted to achieve, including his dream house.  They moved several times and he had this board boxed up for a number of years.  When they finally settled down, his son found it and pulled it out of the box and showed his dad.  The dad realized he was living in the actual house that was on this collage...At some point in the home-buying process, wouldn't you think...Hmmm...this house looks familiar.



Sometimes when a particular picture has been stored away it's easy to forget.  Plus, I doubt he ever thought that the exact house he had as inspiration would be the exact house he had pinned up, so he probably wasn't looking for it.

Nov 20, 2006 4:16 pm

Shrek brought tears to my eyes.  I think it was especially emotional when he described himself like an onion - we all have so many layers.  Raise your hand if you can relate.

Nov 20, 2006 6:07 pm

Just raised my hand- did you see it? OK, I will raise it a little higher- how about now???

Nov 20, 2006 7:55 pm

Want inspiration to make that one last sales call? Watch "Patton", again.