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Though he is not ricuard American citizen, he opposes the death penalty and he does not support President Donald Trump. Odysseus in the Serpent Maze.
Perhaps an interesting aspect is that is very up to date. You’ve successfully reported this review. Dec 09, Sander Gansen rated it it was amazing. Feb 16, Michael rated it liked it.
But somehow after little time reading it, I found myself on page Loved reading this book, Richard lives life how he wants even at the beginning of his career, proving that anything is possible. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Unfortunately, this second exception is where I struggled only slightly with brranson book. It is only a small criticism that in these areas a little bit of bias is starting to slip through, but it was enough to taint my enjoyment of the book as it became a little preachy at times.
Losing My Virginity
Sign me up for the world-wide broadband network, and the galactic adventure ride into space. Dog Will Have His Day. I read this book thanks to Blinkist: Richard Branson is a living legend that at such a young age was able to create a record company and catapulted from there to own an airline, a spaceship company, a bank, gymnasiums, train company and also nonprofits. Go behind the scenes as Branson creates the world’s first commercial spaceline, Virgin Galactic; handles the biggest crisis virginnity his career; and makes world record attempts on land, sea and air.
Really enjoyed the book.
Just because someone doesn’t agree with your solution to a problem, doesn’t mean they’re denying the problem exists. Richard Branson is a legend in his own mind.
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We are experiencing technical difficulties. Never Split the Difference. He also shares his personal, intimate thoughts on five decades as the world’s ultimate entrepreneur, and his shift to focusing more and more on public rlchard.
Shop from United States to see titles available to you. Sep 08, James McNamara rated it it was amazing. I loved Branson’s positive outlook on life which is so apparent from reading his memoir. Some of them are quite interesting, other ones are simply boring, but there are pretty much no “tasty” insider stories that could make readers’s brows raise 5. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.
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I liked his first auto-biography much more, but I suppose there is more to be said about starting up Virgin, than venturing out into new adventures within the comfort of Virgin.
In the social arena and in his writings, Branson appears to be an open book. Apparently, Branson tried to follow Trump into the world of reality television with an Apprentice -like knockoff, The Rebel Billionaire. He is riichard daredevil having earned over seven Guiness Book of world records and all the photos shown at the end were lovely. The 5 Second Rule.
Both books are exhilarating reads; this second part sees him more involved in advocacy for causes he believes in and reflecting on growing older and the legacy he’s leaving behind. His insatiable appetite for new or different ways of doing things – and taking risks – seems largely undimmed, and he is very candid about his personal struggles and various official or competitive opposition to Virgin. Just eblok, he moved to the British Virgin Islands many years ago to escape paying taxes.
For this I’d give it a 4.
Every once in a while, I come across a book that makes me rethink some of my core principles and the way I’m living my life and want to make significant improvements. Money, Meaning and Freedom without the 9-to There is no advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Finding My Virginity: The New Autobiography by Richard Branson
The problem with this motto is that Evil can be a subjective term, depending on who is looking at it from what angle. However, Richard Branson suffers from the same problem as the infamous ‘Do No Evil’ motto that Google adopted in its early years.
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