Richard Branson was a talented individual from his childhood. People looked at him as a role model and looked up to his huge success in business and life. Virgin Group was his creation and it is one of the most well known companies today. Many people would think that Richard was a scholar in school, but he wasn’t. Ironically, Richard was terrible at school and this was partly because of his dyslexic condition. Richard didn’t like school, but what he did like was business. Continue reading
Apple recently released this video in tribute of Steve Jobs — a man whose legacy will always be remembered in the technological sphere.
I watch this quite often and it is very motivating. Especially the beginning quote…
“My favorite things in life don’t cost any money. It’s really clear that the most precious resource we all have is time.” – Steve Jobs
At a Keynote presentation
“I went in to the Keynote presentation with no urge to buy anything. I listened to Steve’s Keynote. On the way out I ended up with a bundle of Apple products in both hands. Looking back I could never recall why I bought those products. If I had anything to blame it would be the magical words of Steve Jobs…” – Anonymous
R.I.P. Steve Jobs (A visionary, iconoclast, leader, and an innovator. He could get things done with two hands tied behind his back. His words had divine power at every turn and break. He was and will be one of the greatest figures of our time.)
Steve Jobs was a unique child. At the age of eight, he was quite a handful. He was a mischievous boy and at times quite a troublemaker. In school he got suspended numerous times and he refused to do any schoolwork or assignments that he said were a “waste of time”. Continue reading