Richard Branson’s Losing My Virginity

I have just finished reading Mr Branson’s autobiography. Mr Branson is the founder of the Virgin Group, which started many companies like Virgin Music, Virgin Atlantic (the airline), Virgin Blue (Australia low price airline), as well as Virgin Rail and Virgin Galactic.

Indeed he is a wonderful entrepreneur who goes by his gut feeling in every move, and he is now a very successful man. He has even achieved many things like flying in a hot air balloon across the Pacific Ocean and even around the word.

Not to mention, he has some flings too.

This book is about the guy who was determined in whatever he is doing since he was young. He is mildly dyslexic but that doesn’t stop him from achieving his success today. Read more about his life as he goes from a boy to a teenager selling his own student magazine, till he started a recording company and even eventually signing Janet Jackson and The Rolling Stones into his company. He is also the person who started the airline that successfully evaded British Airway’s “dirty tricks” and even won compensation of half a million pounds from BA.

This book is very thick, about close to 600 pages and it is worth every single page of it. Indeed I feel inspired by his life and feel that I should put more effort into running my life. Learn how he gets his success and follow him onto this journey that is worth every single cent.

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