Richard Branson’s

 At the age of sixteen his first business venture was a magazine called Student. In 1970, he set up a mail-order record business. In 1972, he opened a chain of record stores, Virgin Records. Branson’s Virgin brand grew rapidly during the 1980s, as he set up Virgin Atlantic airline and expanded the Virgin Records music label. In March 2000, Branson was knighted at Buckingham Palace for “services to entrepreneurship”. For his work in transport, his taste for adventure, and for his humanitarian work, he became one of the most prominent figures in British culture. In 2002 he was named in the BBC’s poll of the 100 Greatest Britons. He crossed the Pacific from Japan to Arctic Canada, 6,700 miles (10,800 km), in a balloon of 2,600,000 cubic feet (74,000 m3). Branson has stated in a number of interviews that he has been much influenced by non-fiction books. In 1998, Branson released his autobiography, titled Losing My Virginity, an international best-seller.

1. Be creative
2. #Believe in what you do
3. Start small
4. Be positive
5. Get out of your comfort zone
6. Play hard, work hard
7. Have a great team
8. Care about people
9. Keep moving forward
10. Have fun
-= BONUS =-
* Give your all
* Be bold
* Focus on your passion


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