Life and Business Lessons From Lego

Posted by under Inspirational . Updated: August 29, 2020

LEGO is probably one of the most popular toys in history.

However, despite our familiarity with this iconic toy, which was probably part of our childhood – I know that not many of us actually know its humble beginnings.

That’s why for its 80th anniversary, The Lego Group has decided to give us a peek into the inspirational story of Lego, to see how it all began.

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In this 17-minute animated film, we are taken back in time – and see how LEGO’s founder, Ole Kirk Christiansen, built a business that will eventually become one of the most loved and respected companies of all time.

I hope you enjoy watching this as much as I did. It’s truly inspirational, especially for people who want to become entrepreneurs.

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4 Responses to “Life and Business Lessons From Lego”


  1. Jade says:

    Wow…truly inspirational talaga. Ole thought me another thing. We call it innovation. I admire him. And I aspire to be an innovator like him.

  2. Leonard says:

    I grew up with Lego too! It’s a fantastic toy that stimulates critical and analytical thinking while having lots of fun!

  3. aze says:

    It takes time talaga to build and maintain a business or company. As well as Trial,error operation and never give up attitude ang fundamental lessons ng Lego Company.

  4. Jack Wigandt says:

    Fitz, Thank you very much for this wonderful post we will be sharing with the troops when they wake up in a few hours. In addition to just being fun to watch and learn some history, there are super valuable business lessons all entrepreneurs should permanently imprint into their mindset. Once again, I will be expecting an essay from our gang about what they learned from this. Also, I copied the link to this page to send to my history buff friends back in the US. I went ahead and sent it on as I know you have always given permission to share your blog with others.

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