Foster Gamble, the heir to the Proctor & Gamble empire, produced a movie called Thrive that became a huge Internet hit. I found this fascinating since that movie points to some of the corporate corruption in companies like Proctor & Gamble. (Foster later addressed this specific point/concern.)
Want to hear something even more interesting? Now, Jamie Johnson, the heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, has created a movie called The One Percent.
Thanks to YouTube’s continued recommendation, I finally saw it and found it to be very thought-provoking, regardless of where you fit on the political/philosophical spectrum.
It has great conversations from people like Nicole Buffett - adopted daughter of Warren Buffett's son Peter from a previous marriage, to whom Warren denied "legal and emotional" links due to the movie.
Also included are Steve Forbes (CEO of Forbes Inc.), Milton Friedman (economist, and Nobel Laureate: 1976 winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences), Bill Gates Sr. (father of Bill Gates), Paul Orfalea (founder of Kinko’s), and Edward Wolff (Professor of Economics, NYU).
Press Play below and wake-up a little more.
Let’s love the world together...
[)anish /|hmed, blind visionary
P.S. Watch Thrive Here: