Richard Branson’s Success

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What if a genius was a person born with a brain that is like a super computer? That only

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by an accident of birth, that their brain can process substantially larger amounts of data then an average person’s brain. The depth and complexity of that brain recognizes correlations of seemingly unrelated ideas. Those very connections bring new solutions to problems never before possible.

What is it were possible to unpack those complex high level skills, breaking them down into smaller more manageable process, that may be learned by an average person. What if a course of study were developed so that a student could learn to master the next level of life skills and there by doubling their effectiveness, improving their ability to see, understand and manage their lives more elegantly.  Would that be something that would interest you?

“Almost everyone has some entrepreneurial spirit, and with it, the potential to run their own businesses,” explains Branson in a recent entrepreneur.com blog. “But an entrepreneur’s life isn’t for everyone. Many people decide instead to put their talents to work at somebody else’s company, innovating as intrapreneurs.”

So how do you decide whether you’re better suited as an intrapreneur or an entrepreneur? Here the Virgin Founder gives us three factors to consider when making the decision to stick or twist:

1. Timing is key.

“The first step in preparing for the day you quit your job is to plan out the launch of your business, thinking through everything from the type of location you want for your office to how you want your product to look on store shelves. You need to work out as many of the bugs in your plan as you can ahead of time, while keeping an eye on the clock. If you take too long, the circumstances might change, altering markets so that you could miss your opening.” Read More 

Who is Richard Branson?

I’ve been studying the success pattern of Richard Branson. He is an amazing individual with a good heart. Imagine what it would be like to take his pattern an apply it to you

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business. Even if you were on 1% as successful he’s been using it that would be profound move in the right direction of making a difference in the lives of others.

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What’s the secret to Richard Branson’s epic success?

How has he built 8 One billion dollar companies, one after another, in only 8 years? These companies have the highest customer and employee satisfaction rates in their respective industries. Unpack the Richard’s Pattern for Success  Branson’s Secrets to Success in Life Formula FREE Outline, as my gift to you, Start 2014 with a life-changing plan in place.

Born on July 18, 1950, in Surrey, England, Richard Branson struggled in school and dropped out at age 16—a decision that ultimately lead to the creation of Virgin Records. His entrepreneurial projects started in the music industry and expanded into other sectors making Branson a billionaire. His Virgin Group holds more than 200 companies, including the recent Virgin Galactic, a space-tourism company. Branson is also known for his adventurous spirit and sporting achievements, Read More

 

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This has been my journey of discovery. I started my career path as a profession musician. The nest step in the journey was selling guitars and managing a music store. Selling guitars turned into to selling cars and then becoming a new car sales manager of a dealership. While managing the dealership, I stared investing in real estate and studying mortgage lending, gaining more control of the finance process. Soon I became a mortgage loan officer, manager and finally, owner of a mortgage company. After the financial melt down in 2009, I transitioned to foreclosure defense. Many of my clients were losing their homes as a result of unemployment. Countless talented individuals had lost their jobs and not found a suitable replacement. Executive from 45-65 were competing with young college graduates, who willing to work for 25% of that of the seasoned professional. There is a substantial need for executive re-education programs. To that purpose, I founded "Income Alternatives” to assist displaced executives in finding alternative sources of income. The path I've outlined could never have been imagined, in advance of the journey. Please share your journey in a comment here. Thanks
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