Richard Branson on the 8 rules to have a successful career and enjoyable life

Richard Branson

Richard Branson on the 8 rules he swears by to have a successful career and enjoyable life

  • Multibillionaire Richard Branson launched his first business as a teenager, and has since founded a slew of companies and conglomerates, including Virgin Records, Virgin Airlines, Virgin Express, Virgin Mobile, Virgin Hotels, Virgin Cruises and Virgin Galactic.
  • He also seems perpetually set to “happy” mode, and is known to truly enjoy the life he has created — which is far more important to him than his wealth. “I’ve never gone into business to make money,” he once said.
  • Among his rules for building a successful, happy life: Be fearless in trying new things, and find a hobby that gets you outside.

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  • kamtanblog  On July 20, 2019 at 3:25 am

    Good advice …
    But for most “money” becomes the obsession
    and becomes the driving force.
    One can be hungry for the pleasures money
    offers but greed is the Achilles heel.
    Wealth creation is welcomed but it soon
    becomes wealth accumulation!
    My take

    Kamtan

  • wally n  On July 20, 2019 at 11:12 am

    he forgot……..note to self……..
    BUILD TUNNEL TO EPSTEIN’S “LOVE” CASTLE
    you know …….and possibly make younger contacts?

  • Trevor  On July 20, 2019 at 9:15 pm

    “Virgin” sounds quite fitting as a name, especially that Trump said that Epstein like his girls dem “on the younger side”.

    America is a hypocritical country, sending agents like Sherlina Nageer to criminalize teenage relationships, while turning a blind eye on the child molestation of the American elite.

    Unless one is born into wealth, engage in criminal activity or do anything other than a 9 to 5, one will not become a billionaire overnight like Branson.

    I’ve heard that the billionaires in America are questionable figures who are also part of the global elite clique. Lots of allegations of Illuminati and tinfoil conspiracies.

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