Remember the famous scene where Chris Gardner’s manager Martin Frohm smiles and says he should wear another one tomorrow as it will be his first day, letting him know that he has won the coveted full-time position as well as giving him back his $5 as he promised?
This scene would then sum up the protagonist’s achievement in his pursuit of happiness that he went to form his own multimillion-dollar brokerage firm subsequently. Well, it was no brainer that it was indeed worth the cause as the story was set in the early 1980s.
Now if the story was set in the present 2020 world, can you imagine what Chris Gardner’s Pursuit of Happyness would be?
- For starters, Chris would’ve had issues with his son’s online English class from a teacher with a heavy accent.
- His penchant for solving 11×11 Rubix cube using his self-developed AI-algorithm got him a shot at an interview with one of the directors of a leading dropshipping firm.
- Ever since being intrigued by dropshipping eCommerce packages for free, Chris is intrigued by the tricks of the trade and remains to go continue doing it even when offered little commission with his vision of opening up his own end-end dropshipping company in the near future.