1. Richard Branson

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  2. About Richard Branson

    Richard Branson

    Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson (born 18 July 1950) is an English business magnate, best known for his Virgin Group of more than 400 companies.

    His first business venture was a magazine called Student at the age of 16. In 1970, he set up an audio-record mail-order business. In 1972, he opened a chain of record stores, Virgin Records, later known as Virgin Megastores. Branson's Virgin brand grew rapidly during the 1980s, as he set up Virgin Atlantic Airways and expanded the Virgin Records music label.

    Branson is the 4th richest citizen of the United Kingdom, according to the Forbes2011 list of billionaires, with an estimated net worth of US$4.2 billion.


    1. Why should people fly us rather than fly British Airways? The reason was that we got every single little detail right, and we had to.
      In How Richard Branson Serves Up True Competition
    2. I've found that just by hopefully never falling out with anybody, life's that much more enjoyable and special.
      In Richard Branson's No. 1 Success Secret: Looking for the Best in Others (VIDEO)
    3. Failing doesn't mean that you're not cut out to run your own business.
      In Why Overcoming Failure Is the First Step Toward Success
    4. So please, take it from me: no matter how incredibly smart you think you are, or how brilliant, disruptive or plain off-the-wall your new concept might be, every start-up team needs at least one good mentor.
      In 6 Strategies for Managing a Fast Growing Company
    5. In two hours [in flow], I can accomplish tremendous things ... It's like there's no challenge I can't meet.
      In 3 Psychological Strategies to Increased Productivity
    6. Protecting the downside is critical.
      In Billionaire Wisdom: 8 Insights From a Quartet of the World's Most Effective Entrepreneurs
    7. Unless you're customer-centric you might be able to create something wonderful, but you're not going to survive.
      In Billionaire Wisdom: 8 Insights From a Quartet of the World's Most Effective Entrepreneurs
    8. Virgin Atlantic started out with one plane.
      In Billionaire Wisdom: 8 Insights From a Quartet of the World's Most Effective Entrepreneurs
    9. Small businesses are nimble and bold and can often teach much larger companies a thing or two about innovations that can change entire industries.
      In 5 Ways Small Companies Can Out-Innovate Big Corporations
    10. I think, because there aren't many virgin brides, it never really took off.
      In Richard Branson on 2014: 'I'm Proud of the Virgin Galactic Team'
  4. Quotes about Richard Branson

    1. To sustain a company, you have got to have leaders at every level of that company, not just Steve Jobs or Richard Branson.
      In 'The Further Up a Company You Go, the More Stupid You Become'
    2. I love Richard Branson because he always looks like he's having a good time.
      In Test Yourself: Is Your Inner House in Order?
    3. It's not about copying Richard Branson or Steve Jobs's daily routine, it's about creating and sticking to your own.
      In Forever Broke - 15 Things Holding You Back From Becoming a Multi-Millionaire