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When the hustle subsides and the laptop lid closes, it’s time for some well-deserved downtime. But why not make the most of it too? Netflix isn’t just about entertainment. Beyond that, the streaming platform has a few shows that make for a binge-worthy escapade! Here are four that also offer a dose of entrepreneurial inspiration to get you brainstorming like never before.

  • “The Social Dilemma”

As a startup founder, understanding the intricacies of social media’s impact is the difference between making it or not. This documentary takes you inside the algorithms and psychology driving social platforms, and sheds light on its implications for businesses and society. It’s an eye-opener that’ll have you pondering your startup’s role in today’s digital landscape.

  • “Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates”

An insightful documentary about one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world! It’s like getting a backstage pass to how Microsoft was born, revealing everything about his life journey, thought process, and how he used his knowledge to become one of the richest people in the world.

  • “Abstract: The Art of Design”

While not solely about startups, this docuseries delves into the minds of world-renowned designers, showcasing their creative process and innovative thinking. For entrepreneurs, you’ll learn more about pushing boundaries, brainstorming creatively, and solving problems– all essential traits for building a successful startup.

  • “StartUp”

It’s in the name, after all! This K-drama takes you into the fast-paced world of tech startups. The story provides a closer look into South Korea’s startup scene, while exploring the intersection of entrepreneurship and personal aspirations, and so it offers a compelling narrative of ambition, success, and the complexities of pursuing that while maintaining personal relationships. 

So, the next time you’re winding down, hit that Netflix button and let the startup-themed binge session begin. Who knew that watching a show could actually spark your next brilliant idea?