Richard Branson – Entrepreneurial Philosophies

Richard Branson – Entrepreneurial Philosophies
Richard Branson speaks about his entrepreneurial history and the factors that brought him to where he is today

11 thoughts on “Richard Branson – Entrepreneurial Philosophies

  • July 31, 2016 at 9:51 pm
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    too many “ah’s” and “um’s” – not a good public speaker.

  • October 11, 2016 at 2:25 pm
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    I really enjoyed the interview, I am from South Africa and we are experiencing tremendous political obstacles in this beautiful country. The current senior politicians are completely not able to manage our country as it is suppose to happen!

  • October 19, 2016 at 1:53 am
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    We May Look a Little Different
    We may look a little different
    But we’re very much alike
    We could say good day to each other
    Not take a hike I’m not your mother
    And things like that
    That’s what got us where we’re at
    We must shelter one another
    Through the storms of life
    Try our best Protect each other
    In times of war and strife
    We are all in this together
    We are all in the same boat
    Can’t depend on that the weather
    Will keep us all afloat
    We have to trust that all of us
    Once the dust has cleared
    Will be one big happy family
    That Mother Earth has reared
    Separated we may be by land and by sea
    God made you God made me
    Don’t hurt your fellow man
    Just because you can
    That wasn’t part of God’s plan
    Though He tries His best to understand
    Don’t take the devil by the hand
    We must remember this
    We have to coexist No more fist
    We’re supposed to love each other
    Like a sister Like a brother
    Like the good book says
    One is not above the other
    Though we all have different ways
    We were all created equal
    And equal we’ll remain
    We may look a little different
    But we all feel pain the same
    When we cry Girl or boy
    ’til the day that we die
    We are all seeking joy
    Something money can’t buy
    © 2016 Cora J. & Rex Bouzane

  • December 14, 2016 at 7:46 am
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    I am thrilled by the humility of Sir Richard Branson, May God give me the grace to learn from his experience which are so done to earth

  • December 24, 2016 at 6:26 pm
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    Why isn’t Branson quite so generous towards some of his own workers? The sycophantic comments of some of you suggest that long ago you developed a strange reaction to famous businesspeople , as if part suspicious but, Americans especially, in awe in a way that suggests a cult. It is YOUR relative humbleness, YOUR hard work, YOUR agreement to regard a privileged man in higher esteem than perhaps your own family. All business literally need mean is busy-ness. Doing Something. Like sitting on a Caribbean island. If you end up in life less of a smarmy get than Tony Blair-like Branson you’ll be a richer person in the grave than he is. He has relatively privileged origins. All he is is a kind of department store of businesses. The Virgin name is synonymous to me with deceitfully pretending to be David to other businesses’ Goliath.

  • January 24, 2017 at 12:25 am
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    Cool bloke

  • February 9, 2017 at 5:34 am
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    I mean, love this dude, he’s real…. but, ‘space travel?’….. history books 2113 might love you, what about the people now??? if I had billions,  I’m not thinking the future id be thinking right now!!! an tho that might be your thoughts, but damn bro, in 2113 90% of people wont be able to afford a trip to mars!! fuck outta here… you aint changing nothing, people still gonna be broke yo!!!

  • March 15, 2017 at 6:18 am
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    “Stolen from Virgin Atlantic.” Is that genius or what??

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