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Documentary | Documentaries | Real Value | Award winning economics documentary about how social entrepreneurs are using business to create value beyond profit.

Real Value Documentary Film | Award-winning filmmaker Jesse Borkowski delivers a refreshing meditation on how business can be used to create value beyond profit; connecting motivational stories from social entrepreneurs working in agriculture, apparel, insurance, and biofuel, with the captivating science behind our perception of value from world-renowned professor of psychology and behavioral economics, Dan Ariely.

Real Value is a documentary that follows a growing sentiment among many Americans that the corporate focus on the bottom line has been to the detriment of society. The film serves as inspiration for any business owner, entrepreneur, or customer who is looking to better understand what happens when a business puts people, planet, and profit on equal footing.

The documentary features interviews with Dan Ariely, professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University, and the author of Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality, The Honest Truth About Dishonesty, and the Executive Producer of the documentary Dishonesty: The Truth About Lies; Lyle Estill, co-founder of Piedmont Biofuels and the author of Small Stories: Big Changes, Industrial Evolution, and Small is Possible; Eric Henry the president of TS Designs and the recipient of the North Carolina Sustainability Champion Award; Kevin Trapani, the president and chief executive officer of The Redwoods Group, an insurance provider renowned as a leader in corporate social responsibility and named one of the best companies in the world in terms of overall impact by B Lab; and Carol Koury who is the founder and president of Sow True Seed.

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  • Emil Pavirani Ortolani 2 semanas hace

    Very good documentary,thanks!

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  • Yvonne Macias 2 semanas hace

    This was so inspiring. I will definitely recommend 🙂

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  • marengel 2 semanas hace

    LIKE SI LLEGASTE POR DESARROLLO SUSTENTABLE 😛

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  • 4554jack 2 semanas hace

    brilliant thank you

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  • kailaXO 2 semanas hace

    Great documentary!! Inspiring!

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  • Heather O'Mara 2 semanas hace

    The Irish didn't starve because of a potato blight. They starved because the English were robbing the people of their land, and exporting the bulk of the food produced in Ireland while men were imprisoned, and women and children were dying on the road. To reduce colonization and an attempt at genocide to poor agricultural planning is incorrect and quite insulting.

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  • Andrew Gunady 2 semanas hace

    Three years later, here's a harsh reality up until now, universities/ college/ schools/ business schools (most of them) are outdated and dont actually teach you about life, let alone those debts/ loans for paying yourself the knowledge that doesnt pay off.

    Profit is essential otherwise youre dead. The essence of business itself is to solve problems by earning profit/ money. But often times we just dont care the process how bad it is just to earn money.

    We need to recreate the process where earning profits actually brings positive impact that solve social problems. Thats Social Entrepreneurship, thats who I wanted to be.

    You need people to support you and to work together. But the pressure will be there and remain to be challenging until we can change ourselves and our own mental perception.

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  • Alex King 2 semanas hace

    Awesome!

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  • Thomas Mesen 2 semanas hace

    Love the feed shoot me a DM on Insta @thomasmesen

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  • Shae MacMillan 2 semanas hace

    "the economy of you" is a powerful thought

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  • Giovanna Garcia 2 semanas hace

    Loved it <3

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  • nadia yaakoubi 2 semanas hace

    Great Documentary!

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  • Eric L. 2 semanas hace

    at 1:01:02 he logic doesn't work. Taxing the pollution IS the solution. If the tax is too low, he is right, it would produce the opposite effect but if the tax is high enough, without changing people's values, we would change their consumption habits. The product of the tax should equally redistributed to all so as to introduce a wealth redistribution from polluters to non-polluters.

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  • Claire DuncN 2 semanas hace

    Thanks!❤️❤️❤️ I worked in a bank before. I am a teacher now. I love sharing thoughts about organic, permaculture, tiny house, minimalism, solar energy etc. I don't regret my decision. It pays less but now I have found what truly makes me happy. Thanks for the video!❤️❤️❤️

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  • Bill Watts 2 semanas hace

    American must promote the social benefit of a sustainable economy and move away from monopoly corporate capitalism that supports profit at the expense of social value. This is a culture shift of monumental value o humanity. Supporting your local economy is also key. Excellent documentary on social justice economics.

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  • ** Isk 2 semanas hace

    Excellent documentary film. Very inspiring, all interviewed are very informed and level-headed. Well Done.

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  • neon arroyo 2 semanas hace

    For me, this is a pretty amazing and inspiring documentary.  I cannot believe that there are SO many people, in this documentary, speaking SO MUCH WISDOM; SO MUCH HUMANENES AND HUMANITY!!   HOWEVER!!!  I've seen absolutely NO PEOPLE OF COLOR; no African Americans, no Native Americans, no Latinos, no Asians.  Progressives have been accused of being just as racist as conservatives.  Is that what's going on here?  Is our exclusion intentional?  I truly don't know.  What I DO know is that it is VERY UNFORTUNATE!!!!

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  • Muhammad Mirsab 2 semanas hace

    2:20 You're welcome

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  • Lewis Dawson 2 semanas hace

    https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/back-to-basics-a-sustainable-community-project please join me in living a sustainable life..donate whatever you can and help make this project a reality

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  • Kirill Olegovich 2 semanas hace

    Time to serve!

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  • Venture Capitalist 2 semanas hace

    Beautiful documentary!

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  • Artur Bychkov 2 semanas hace

    This is a very Socialist Documentary…

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  • helonaut 2 semanas hace

    Most people I talk to about the ideas in this movie call me a communist. Nowadays I don't even try to explain the difference between socialism and communism. I've accepted most people have just accepted and don't (want) to bother. I love the fact that there are some people left who keep trying to divert, to discover, to THINK.

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  • TheOneLifeRider 2 semanas hace

    I feel the need to participate by offering a wider angle on the potato famine, then just the crop failure. Please read the Great_Famine_(Ireland) page on Wikipedia, which lists the potato as a problem, but not the entire problem. The blight swept the entire Europe, but Ireland was hit with famine disproportionately. In the same years of potato blight, Ireland has produced a huge crop of meat, and corn, and many other yields, but they all went abroad, and the money was grabbed mostly by greedy middle-men, in service of absent land lords. These landlords long left Ireland for a life of luxury in London and elsewhere, and left their land in management to people who extracted very heavy rent on the people who worked it. People living there had only the potato to feed their families, and once that failed, the entire "system" collapsed, people died, and those who survived left Ireland. A lot of them to the United States. The story of the Irish famine is that of a disgrace of human greed.

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  • Pablo Meneses 2 semanas hace

    It's surprising that this is not a famous movie, even tho Sly is on it 35:21

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  • Vega new 2 semanas hace

    I'm not from the US, ad I'm very happy to listen to this people in this well done documentary. Congrats 🙂

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  • Adrian Galilea 2 semanas hace

    Lovely people, wishful thinking, and a great source for confirmation bias. Sorry.

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  • Wrongderful 2 semanas hace

    What's the wheel to wheel efficiency of bio-fuel cars?

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  • Camelia Melillo 2 semanas hace

    I found this really moving. I also find it difficult to make a living doing good work since so much of the capitalist system we live in doesn't care about the real value! The most rewarding time in my life was when I was volunteering during the year and then working my but off at whatever silly minimum wage job in the summer in order to save money for the times I was only volunteering. I wish to find a way to do it all in one! Serve and Survive!

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  • Wrongderful 2 semanas hace

    change the incentives, change the outcome. it's that simple.

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  • Proyecto Venus Entre Rios 2 semanas hace

    Economics is balance is equilibrium, not infinity growth in a finite planet. And the only way to have one is to make an inventory of the earth resources.

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  • Davor Kavelj 2 semanas hace

    Mr. Kevin Trapani talking about philanthropy like about oranges. Of course professors on college are talking about philanthropy like it's old fashioned way and investing in a new selfsustainable business is better idea. That is a purpose of professors work! Professors on college of economics are capitalists and they don't understand investment in human life, only in a human beign like a product for product of product! Make, make, remake!

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  • Dennis Choomac 2 semanas hace

    i suppose there's an another neocommie ranting about how market price is unfair,
    i don't really have an extra 70 mins to figure out what exactly is this film about, so .. enjoy my biased dislike

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  • Teresa Lou 2 semanas hace

    I totally agree on one of the comments made: buy less and good quality. I'm always shocked to see how much cheap clothing people buy only to dispose of it after a few washes. I loved the garden concept the t-shirt printing business had – what they put in they took out.

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  • Bartek Wawro 2 semanas hace

    what for?

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  • E K 2 semanas hace

    Although I agree with alot of the people in this documentary, most of their reasons seem to be based on assertions without any rationale.

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  • ellinor glorioso 2 semanas hace

    thank you for this video, it connected me with the future i wish to be apart of.

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  • Rona Chadwick 2 semanas hace

    love sew true seeds too.

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  • Rona Chadwick 2 semanas hace

    good on TS Designs. like yr values and attitude.

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  • Minda 2 semanas hace

    Don't you think those workers paid a little in poor countries are grateful that they have jobs? That they have a source of income? Would you not be helping more by stop talking and giveng them jobs? Why take this away from them? Is this another example of the west imposing their values on other people? Some would call that imperialism I guess.

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  • Stoqn Georgiev 2 semanas hace

    I find the whole direction towards changing the bussiness/consumerism relationships very very missleading and since it's not new, but a permanent echo it's kind of LAME and pathetic already : )
    I'm just suggesting to think again
    and think more, couse all this advices are total crap – ofcrouce there could be found a few positive examples of this strategy, but that are anomalies, happening in extremely favourable conditions (amazing people around the top of the social piramid)

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  • Elena Gisa 2 semanas hace

    all good until "climate change". Conclusion: just propaganda again……therefore DISLIKE

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  • Mr. D 2 semanas hace

    20:00
    That biofuel production site relies on used oil of the fast food industry. That oil was produced in the first place with fossile fuels. If the fossile sources become too expensive to be retrieved from the ground, this recycling company will get out of business immediately.

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  • do pfa 2 semanas hace

    GREAT message, GREAT examples, GREAT companies, and GREAT inspiration, but many of the lingering close-up shots with the slow music could have been edited to make the film much shorter and more efficient to watch.
    Thanks so much for the GREAT message. Wish the film could be shown on all TV channels so mainstream America could get an inkling of how it COULD be! You are all amazingly inspirational!

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  • Imogen Butler 2 semanas hace

    Great doco, so inspiring! Thank you.

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  • Ruben Munoz 2 semanas hace

    Our economic values must be expanded to include our impact on our world and the true value of natural resources, in addition, the very serious problem of inflation to the Dollar is what is freaking everyone out! The inability to buy your happiness is becoming farther and farther out of reach for hard working families. Even wealthy people are feeling the pinch, hence the feeling of fear pervades.

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  • Laura Powers 2 semanas hace

    denial of imperial8ism to kill m8illi9on of Irishman is a n3eed for corection

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