The movie “Frozen” (Japanese title 「アナと雪の女王」is still going strong here: in the theaters, and students bursting into song when the topic comes up. What do you think is behind the appeal that has made this, according to this report from the BBC, the 5th highest grossing film in history?
One reason might be the lessons that can be learned from the story. Here’s one list:
I especially liked the “disrupt your business” section, which says it’s a good idea to do things differently. I couldn’t agree more, especially when it comes to education.