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Want to Be a Leader Like Tom Cruise? 4 Supersonic Leadership Lessons From ‘Top Gun: Maverick’

With so many rave reviews of Tom Cruise's latest blockbuster, I found a number of relevant mindset approaches that will support you on the path to more confident leadership

By | Simon Lovell |

After some time away from the theatres and after seeing so many consistent great reviews on social media, this weekend I took myself to see Top Gun: Maverick. I left with a big smile on my face and felt like it hit all of the buttons for me.  doesn’t disappoint.

It also felt close to home, since I’ve spent most of my time living in  and much of the movie was shot there. There’s not a day that goes by when you don’t see some type of military aircraft going by when you live close to the beaches.

I’ve previously talked about how rewiring your brain and taking accountability are extremely important to reach your goals. Here are some some specific scenes from the movie that will help you do that and perform like a top gun entrepreneur.

Related: Want to Reach an Overwhelming Goal? Try the Simple Trick That’s ‘Like the Navy Seals, But for Personal Growth.’

1. It’s time to let go

In the movie, we witness an emotional scene between Cruise and Val Kilmer, where Maverick is still torn about the decision he made to prevent Goose’s son from going to the flight academy. The guilt is causing internal conflict with Maverick and “Iceman” shares that it’s time to “let go.”

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