Richard Branson is one of the most successful people in the world, he has won at life. He has his own Island in the virgin isles, that is where he now spends most of his time, enjoying his family and soaking up the sun. He went to a boarding school where he struggled immensely, his dyslexia led to him failing almost every class he took. He was a gifted sportsmen until he damaged his knee playing football, after that he had no respect at school. He became very unpopular, had very little friends and none of the teachers liked him. He says in his book he would get beaten weekly whilst at school.
Book Review: Losing my Virginity by Richard Branson
08 Lessons From Reading Richard Branson’s Losing My Virginity - Future Startup
I was walking around the business section of my library last week and saw something about virginity and picked it up. Luckily it was a fantastic read by Richard Branson. I read this in a week and loved it. Richard Branson does not preach the ways to be successful or the right ways to run a company but demonstrates how he did it. If you are a conservative person working corporate or running your own business this influential book shows how Branson took risks every day and had fun while doing it.
Losing My Virginity – Richard Branson Autobiography Book Summary
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