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The Jason Bourne Movies as an Insightful Mirror of Corporate America

One of the things I love about the Jason Bourne movies is the light they throw on corporate decision making. Not so much the corruption of the CIA, but simply the ways consequential decisions are made. I grew up in … Continue reading

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Good Will Hunting: Ben Affleck Speech on Upward Social Mobility

I love this clip from Good Will Hunting for its expression of non-envious fraternal friendship by Ben Affleck to Matt Damon, and use it in mentoring to encourage people to go with their talent: http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=good+will+hunting+ben+affleck&view=detail&mid=3713DA4476C670618B033713DA4476C670618B03&first=0&FORM=LKVR8  

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Conflict Movie: ‘Good Will Hunting’ Possibly Had a Point

Great posting from my friend Mel: Matt Damon telling it like it may be, even is*, as the character Will Hunting in the great movie, directed by Gus Van Sant: ‘Good Will Hunting’ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8rQNdBmPek&feature=share Footnote: ‘Telling like it is’ means … Continue reading

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