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Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster

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Dec 2, 2019

I recently watched the Netflix movie Dolemite is My Name, starring Eddie Murphy. While it’s an enjoyable film, with solid writing, acting and amazing wardrobes, I was particularly taken by the entrepreneurial journey of the biopic’s subject, Rudy Ray Moore. His passion, commitment and vision were inspiring to me as an entrepreneur and Murphy captured his essence brilliantly. Moore’s story of making Dolemite, the movie, reminded me of Steve Jobs and other bold entrepreneurs’ obsessive commitment to achieving a vision. His journey making the movie wasn’t linear, and I found it inspiring for that reason. In this article, I outline six successful traits Rudy Ray Moore embodied as he evolved from a struggling artist and record store clerk to cult movie hero and The Godfather of Rap. Perhaps his journey will inspire yours.

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