The unusual, frequently outrageous autobiography of one of the great business geniuses of our time Losing My Virginity by Richard Branson Buy the Ebook. eBook . In Losing my Virginity, you’ll discover how Sir Richard is committed to Richard Branson on fatherhood: How I balanced my career and family. Editorial Reviews. Review. In this autobiography, Virgin Group founder Richard $ Read with Our Free App; Hardcover $ 66 Used from.
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Richard is truly inspiring and you will get a lot more from this book, through Richard’s eyes than any website or other sourse … Show more Show less. In the social arena and in his writings, Branson appears to be an open book. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! One of the many aspects of Mr Branson that I most appreciate in both his biographies is kind-hearted nature and willingness to treat people with respect.
A Girl Called Honey. However, there is no inspirational, rags-to-riches story. A Grant County Collection. Richard Branson is an all around interesting man.
I also enjoyed reading about the challenges he has had to overcome, and admire his tenacity. The Myth of the Strong Leader. And another great reminder that nothing is more important than family. It was great to get a peek behind the curtain. But besides being an entrepreneur, he is also a loving family man and philanthropist.
Many of his companies were started in the face of entrenched competition. Losing My Virginity is a portrait of a productive, sane, balanced life, filled with rich and colorful stories, including: It’s long but very interesting.
There’s zero background, zero depth, and at some points you wonder if he’s just name dropping another spurious musician, venture or cause just viirginity raise its low profile.
You only get one ride. I hoped for more details on his business adventures, but there might be an element of legal privacy for his business.
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Branson has spawned a multitude of ideas over his fifty years in business, and is sketching ideas and taking notes every day. Ego Is the Enemy. Virgin became a brand during this period as Mr Branson expanded into trains, hotels, phones, banking, cruises and the final frontier with Galactic One.
Finding My Virginity: The New Autobiography by Richard Branson
Having read the first biography, Ricjard had high expectations, but found out that the book feels more like a Wikipedia article with almost no personal comments or thoughts.
I found the most interesting parts his times spent with President Obama and family as well as Nelson Mandela. Item s unavailable for purchase.
How to Make a Spaceship. As with many other remain campaigners after the infamous vote, Mr Branson is quick to lump all leave voters over 15 and a half million people into the categories of either xenophibic, ignorant or stupid.
Losing My Virginity
He even discusses what it’s like for the original business hippy to become a doting “grand-dude” to his three grandchildren.
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. The New Autobiography by Richard Branson. In the two decades since Richard Branson wrote Losing My Virginityhis life and company have changed significantly.
Branson mentions and admits his mistakes several times which I really appreciated but still, I would be careful and filter all the information.
Obviously the Virgin brand reach and impact has been phenomenal, but Branson now seems to spend equal ebooo fostering a new generation of entrepreneurs, supporting Developing nation initiatives and campaigning for various causes. The description of Necker island is heavenly and surprised to find out about all the other famous entrepreneurs that have stayed there like Larry Page, Elon Musk, Kate Winslet, Barak Obama and wife, professional tennis players and others.