Richard Branson & Albert Einstein
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. Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of general relativity, effecting a revolution in physics./5
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Awesome People Hanging Out Together. Amiri Baraka and Maya Angelou. Carl Sandburg and Marilyn Monroe. Peter Sellers and Ravi Shankar. Micelle Obama and David Beckham.John and Robert Kennedy. Liz Taylor and James Dean. Chuck Berry and *** Jagger. John Mcenroe, Novak Djokovic and Richard Branson, Kurt Godel and Albert Einstein. Louis Armstrong and Neils Bohr. Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and Francis Ford Coppola. Meryl Streep and Hillary Clinton. Nelson Mandel and Princess Diana. ( More at the website of the same name.)
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"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." - Albert Einstein "don't get top grades, remember there's a lot more to life than some letters on a piece of paper" - Richard Branson "A Single Sheet of Paper can't decide my future." Thomas Edison something I have been researching on lately...
You've heard it before: "If at first you don't succeed, try again." Sometimes you may feel like that's just a saying, but it is absolutely not. The 16 incredible stories below show how even horrible tragedies and setbacks can help fuel a drive for success. Never ever give up. - Bill Gates' first business failed. - Albert Einstein didn't speak until he was four years old. - Jim Carrey used to be homeless. - Bethany Hamilton had her arm bitten off by a shark. - Benjamin Franklin dropped out of school at age ten. - Richard Branson has dyslexia. - Stephen King's first novel was rejected 30 times. - Oprah Winfrey gave birth at age 14 and lost her child. - Thomas Edison failed 1,000 times before creating the light bulb. - Kris Carr turned her cancer into a business of hope and healing. - Jay-Z couldn't get signed to any record labels. - Vincent Van Gogh only sold one painting in his lifetime. - Franklin Roosevelt became partially paralyzed at 39. - Simon Cowell had a failed record company. - Charlize Theron wit ...
If the school keeps blaming the ADHD maybe they should try to make a fish climb a tree? I’d like to share with you a list of people known to have ADD and or dyslexia. What would the world be like had we medicated them in an effort to make them the same as everyone else? What if we had drugged them so that they might focus on what society deemed important? What if they had not been allowed to look inside their own magnificent heads and explore what interested them? Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Winston Churchill, Edgar Allen Poe, John F. Kennedy, Vincent Van Gogh, Bill Gates, Walt Disney, Benjamin Franklin, Malcolm Forbes, Richard Branson, Thomas Edison, Orville and Wilbur Wright, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Salvador Dali, Ernest Hemingway, Ted Turner, Thomas Jefferson, Leonardo Da Vinci, Stephen Hawking, Leo Tolstoy, and Louis Pasteur to name but a few. Do they strike you as learning disabled? Abnormal…in a negative sense?
Winston Churchill, Richard Branson, John Lennon, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Picasso, Jackie Stewart, Agatha Christie, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michael Faraday, Henry Ford, Ted Turner, Walt Disney, Harrison Ford, John F. Kennedy, Orlando Bloom, Enrico Caruso and an estimated one out of five people on the planet have one thing in common …Dyslexia. Have you ever dialed the wrong phone number because you reversed two numbers? Ever read a paragraph and not completely understand what you just read? Ever write or type a word using letters out of order, have trouble balancing your check book, spell poorly; these are all forms of dyslexia. Most people have a mild case of it, while others suffer to extremes seeing letters that appear to be backwards and even upside down. Richard Branson struggled through school as his dyslexia was a cloud that followed him, but never rained on his creative genius. In school, he started his own student newspaper that linked many schools together. By selling advertising to major cor ...
"I was dyslexic, I had no understanding of schoolwork whatsoever. I certainly would have failed IQ tests. And it was one of the reasons I left school when I was 15 years old. And if I - if I'm not interested in something, I don't grasp it." ~ Richard Branson An underlying premise of the Common Core is that students who cannot read and write on an advanced college level are destined to be unsuccessful in life. Do proponents of CCSS really believe that the 15 to 20% (NICHD) of our population with language-based disabilities are doomed to failure in life? Thomas Edison, Richard Branson, Erin Brockovich, Pablo Picasso, Magic Johnson, Albert Einstein, Bruce Jenner and numerous other dyslexics were fortunate CCSS wasn’t around when they were in school or they would have spent countless hours in AIS class trying to pass a tier two vocabulary quiz rather than testing a new theory, creating a new work of art, or discovering new principles that actually generated brand new vocabulary words. These individuals did ...
Apple’s Think Different campaign got it right when they put the spotlight on a group of “misfits” in 1997 to prove those who accomplish big things, share a trait. But what exactly did Albert Einstein, Bob Dylan, Martin Luther King, Jr., Richard Branson, John Lennon and Muhammad Ali all have in comm...
A short list of high school drop-outs: Albert Einstein, H.G. Wells, Andrew Jackson, Richard Branson, Leon Uris, W. Clement Stone, Jack London, Sammy Cahn, Dizzy Gillespie, Ansel Adams, Peter Bogdanovich, Charles Chaplin, Robert Maxwell, Rod Mckuen, George Carlin, George Gershwin, Wright brothers. There are at least 18 billionaires that dropped out of high school, as well as 10 Nobel prize winners, 8 U.S. presidents and dozens of best-selling authors. So "dissing" Edward Snowden on that count is rather stupid. ***Please note that comments regarding the actual "leak / whistleblowing" or any any which are politically motivated will be immediately deleted, as they are unwelcome in this thread.. I raise this issue as I am myself a "high school drop-out" who chose to follow my career aspirations at an early age. I did in fact take and pass my GED exam and went on to study at New York University in my mid-30s - by choice. Remember - NO politics - I mean it.
"They all had a gift that gave them extraordinary abilities, the power to see the future, to innovate and problem solve and to perceive details that others could not see, they are: Henry Ford, Richard Branson, Albert Einstein, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Charles Schwab, John Chambers, Paul MacCready, Leonardo Da Vinci, Auguste Rodin, Erin Brockovich, George Patton, Winston Churchill, Gavin Newsom, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Henry Ford, Walt Disney, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ted Turner and many more ... And they all were "powered by dyslexia" . "
This what i look up Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates and Richard Branson and Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein and donald trump and The Owned Walt Disney and johnny depp and Lindsay Lohan and Ashley Tisdale and chris rock and emma stone and spuer Michael J. Fox, and Will Smith and Vince Mcmahon and Whoopi Goldberg and Owned of Cartoon Network and justin bieber and one direction ever went to a great school befor. and yet they make a lot of money. and many more.
Whoopi Goldberg, Richard Branson, Keira Knightley, Jamie Oliver, John Lennon and Albert Einstein are all dyslexic.
Geek time again. I'm on my couch watching live over the net on my big telly, the dragon SpaceX capsule dock with the International Space Station. Elon Musk has joined Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Walt Disney, Albert Einstein & Kal El in my longish list of personal heroes'.
From my mom: "You are such a nerd when it comes to success. When you were younger you used to quote Michael Jordan, Dan Marino, Ken Griffey Jr., and Lawrence Taylor, and I just thought you were a jock. Now you are quoting Michael Jordan, Ben Franklin, Albert Einstein, Kobe Bryant (BTW I hate the Lakers), Steven Hawking, and Richard Branson. Now you will watch hours of TED talks, where as before you watched hours of ESPN, and I realize that your entire life the only thing you have ever cared about is what makes people successful. You are seriously just a Nerd, aren't you?"
Daydreaming?! ''Therapist Dan Jones looked at patterns in how people achieved success from entrepreneurs like Richard Branson and Peter Jones to geniuses like Albert Einstein and Leonardo Da Vinci. Jones also looked at the thinking styles of successful creative people like Beethoven and Walt Disney. What he found was that they all had one thing in common. They all spent time daydreaming about their area of success.''
I just heard a commercial that said, "You need an education to make a difference." I wanted to get up and throw that TV off its stand. No you don't. Think of Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Benjamin Franklin, John D. Rockefeller, Walt Disney, Richard Branson, George Burns, Colonel Sanders, Charles Dickens, Elton John, Ray Kroc, Harry Houdini, and more. Gahh that makes me mad.
"I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious." Albert Einstein
Richard Branson and Albert Einstein failed most of their GCSE's look at what they did!
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