Amazing Infographic Lists Ten Inspiring Business Lessons From Superheroes

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Through the years, all of our favorite comic book heroes have provided inspiration, entertainment, and crucial life advice when we needed them the most. Superheroes like Batman, Wonder Woman, and Black Panther show us how to live and love, and they can also teach us valuable lessons about how to start and run a small business.

Whether you already run a business or need some inspiration to start your own company, lessons from iconic superheroes can provide you with the motivation you need to get started and to stick with it. After all, if you already run your own company, you probably already feel like a superhero due to all of the demands that you must juggle daily!

In keeping with this, Fundera has compiled a list of ten business lessons we can learn from superheroes. The amazing infographic also includes iconic quotes from each of heroes that are sure to inspire you to live your best life and run your business in the best way possible.

The list includes business advice and quotes from our favorite superheroes like Batman and Green Lantern. Our personal favorite advice comes from Superman. As the iconic hero says, “You will feel different; sometimes you’ll feel like an outcast, but you’ll never be alone.” This pretty much sums up how entrepreneurship goes!

Check out this infographic on 10 things entrepreneurs can learn from superheroes for more superhero business motivation:

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Want some more inspiration? Here at HEXAPOLIS, we had earlier covered another spectacular infographic featuring some of the best business advice from pop culture characters. Consisting of 33 inspiring quotes from famous TV and film characters, the list by GetVoIP includes shrewd, no-nonsense businessmen, such as Don Draper of Man Men and Harvey Specter from Suits.

Interestingly, it also recognizes the wisdom in some of the things that the well-meaning, yet somewhat crazy, manager of Dunder Mifflin, Michael Scott, says in The Office. Despite a sea of differences in their personalities, these pop culture characters offer valuable life lessons through their words as well as actions.

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