If you have felt bored watching Hollywood movies and playing games, then take some time to motivate yourself and find inspiration. Netflix has a nice large collection of documentaries related to various topics from science and tech to crime and sports. You will also find some inspirational documentaries on Netflix. Here are five of them definitely worth watching:
Directed by Drew Heriot. For 13+ audience about a historical secret that made the likes of Da Vinci and Plato successful. The secret has remained suppressed for years. An Entrepreneur, a therapist, a quantum physicist and others from various walks of life talk of the secret and applying it in your life. What’s the magical secret? The law of attraction..how it works? Being in charge of your things, finding control in life and many more things. Motivating, Inspiring, interesting and engaging. Worth watching for those who want to know what keeps them from being successful.
Steve Jobs : Billion Dollar Hippy (BBC)
Another highly motivating and inspiring documentary created by BBC and Directors Laura Craig Gray and Tristan Quinn. The tale of a hippy billionaire. Steve’s hippy background turned him into a better billionaire. Steve Woz and several other imminent personalities related to Apple talk of Steve Jobs and his life. The documentary contains several important moments from the life of the Apple founder including his Stanford speech.
It includes the turning point where Jobs was shacked from his own company and his reaction over how everything he had built would be wasted behind him. Then he returns later to bring about Apple’s revival. One of the most interesting documentaries on Steve Jobs with both fun and serious moments from his life. How Steve charmed John Scully away from selling sugar water to be a part of the creation of a new and magical world. Remarkable from every angle, the work will engage you from the beginning to the end. Steve fans will find the work especially attractive. There are at least two more documentaries on Steve Jobs on Netflix but this one stands out.
We, The Marines:
For those who seek inspiration in real action, war and adventure, this documentary brings to you the all that is the part and parcel of every US Marine’s life. From breathtaking skydiving scenes to tough training situations, weapons, ships, choppers, war planes and more, the documentary records all which goes into the making of a marine. The pride, the heritage, the physical hardwork and tolerance, there is a lot of steel to inspire and motivate you. With former Marine and Actor, Gene Hackman as its narrator, the film offers a clean and clear take on the lives of men and women who defend your country and its honour. Pride and valour as well as dedication and service; you will get to watch and experience these values from real close. In the words of the Director Greg MacGillivray, the film needed the raw approach of a documentary to record unstaged action. It is an organic film coming from real life experience. The documentary celebrates the dedication, service and bravery of the men and women for whom “Work is a Warship”.
Ram Dass Going Home: Netflix Original (by Director Derek Peck)
Want some peace of mind, Watch ‘Ram Dass Going Home’. Ram Dass meditates on life and death and tells us about his life experiences. The documentary contains scenes from the life of Ramdass and he tells you the story of his transformation. Having suffered a stroke some twenty years ago, Ram Dass is himself approaching the last journey. He has been living in Maui and talks from the serene environment of his Maui home. He watches the ocean and listens to the singing of birds from his study. Ram Dass is a spiritual and cultural icon and finds refuge and a break from the hustle and bustle of the world in the natural surroundings of Maui from where he is carrying on his spiritual work. Listen to his ideas about truth, love and consciousness and of nature which is a medium for him to connect with Lord Hanuman. His vision of death as a last journey back home is remarkable. Find peace and inspiration and re-establish the lost connection with life. Learn more : – https://www.ramdass.org/ram-dass-going-home/
Tony Robbins: I am Not Your Guru:
This is another one on Netflix that you are going to love. If anything is frustrating you and you are trying to emerge from lack of motivation, this one could fill you with energy. Tony Robbins is an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a NewYork Times best selling author and a motivator as well as a powerful influence on the lives of millions from more than 100 countries. The documentary features one of his most celebrated live events ‘Date With Destiny’ . It is not just the common people, but athletes, entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 CEOs as well as political leaders have also found his expertise useful.
Director of the documentary is academy award nominated filmmaker Joe Berlinger. Joe unveils the beauty of Tony’s seminars and how he helps people reignite their passion and get back in control. The energy level can sometimes be too high to handle but extracting pleasure from pain requires a lot of energy and passion. Pain can change you. There is a lot hidden behind that pain and Tony will make you hug it. He asks people to use there souls and not just their f…..ing heads (Tony’s words that he often uses). He peeps confidently into people’s eyes and speaks to their souls frankly to unleash the energy contained within. Don’t marvel, if the show leaves you spellbound.
Learn more about Tony Robbins on his website.