Richard Branson & Steve Jobs

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. Steven Paul Steve Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American businessman, designer and inventor. 5.0/5

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I'd say your responses to reasonable questions are a bit too arrogant. Despite wealth, you are no Steve Jobs or Richard Branson.
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Are you part of the 5am club??? Most of the worlds most successful people are😉Steve Jobs was, Jeff Bezo's, Warren Buffet, Pablo Picasso, Leonardo DaVinci, Richard Branson, Robin Sharma, Pete Milner, Will Smith are all part of the club.is there something about this time of morning that encourages success, drive, passion and ambition...?
In my pursuit of success and happiness, i sometime's go overboard, and i hear word's like 'slow down', 'their is still time' 'you'er still young' i answer them by saying, Steve Jobs started at age 19, Richard Branson started younger, Maria Sharapova started at age 16, Rory Mcilroy worn his 1st trophy at age age 21. I'm half way into my twenties, i'ld rather die trying to fulfill my purpose than live trying to survive, don't tell me i'm too young; cos i'm way too old.
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Who do you admire? For me its Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela and Winston Churchill. What about you?
Steve Jobs, Richard Branson and Mark Zuckerberg all either dropped out of school or didn't finish their degrees
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"History is replete with examples of people condemning those they did not understand, those who broke the rules, those who were radicals and rebels. Einstein, Copernicus, Galileo, Columbus, Wright Brothers, Beethoven, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Walt Disney, Dr. Seuss, The Beatles, Madonna, U2, General George Patton, and the list goes on. Rules are great for those who are in the box and content with life as usual and mediocrity. To those outside the box, rules are boring and a challenge to be conquered, a Status Quo to be changed, and a world to conquer. It has ALWAYS been those who 'bucked the system,' went against the established norms, and were radicals and pioneers, who changed the world. Rules? Whatever!" Steven Lampley
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Business Tip of the Day: What would they do. Think about this for a few minutes. Think about the MOST successful people you know - personally or a public figure - past or present.like Bill Gates, Oprah, Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, Rockefeller, Napoleon Hill, Jim Rohn, Steve Jobs ...etc. If THEY joined your business - what would THEY do with it? *** What ACTIONS would they take? *** How many CALLS would they make? *** How many people would they introduce their products/services/Opportunity to? *** How BIG would their goals be? *** Do you think THEY would make excuses? *** Do you think THEY would quit? *** Do you think THEY would complain? Do you think they would succeed?? Write down your answers to these...then you'll know what YOU can do different. What is possible for one is possible for any. Most people focus on failure, not success. Most people think small, not big Most people quit before they learn what to do Most people make excuses that keep them from success Most people never really "launch" .. ...
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How to Think like a Billionaire Ajaero Tony Martins Mindset Training Do you want to learn how to think like a billionaire? What mindset do the successful entrepreneurs and drop out billionaires possess that others don’t? Do you know that the thinking capacity of millionaires differ from that of billionaires? What is the thinking pattern of billionaires such as Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Oprah Winfrey, Aliko Dangote, Warren Buffett and others? Do you want to develop the billionaire mindset? If your answer to the last question is yes, then please read on because this article is for you. “When we direct our thoughts properly, we can control our emotions.” – W. Clement Stone In this article, I will be explaining in detail how you can develop your mindset, control your thoughts and ultimately think like a billionaire. Now why should you think like a billionaire? I believe you are entitled to your thinking pattern but it is also worthwhile you ...
Can someone tell me the degrees that were acquired by these people Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. Richard Branson. Coco Chanel. Simon Cowell. Michael Dell. Barry Diller. Walt Disney. Debbi Fields. Henry Ford. Milton Hershey. Rachael Ray. Ty Warner. Frank Lloyd Wright. A list of a few successful people of the world who have made it big in life.Of course, just because these people made it does not necessarily mean that most people can do without a college degree. But if you are hard working and focused ,a DEGREE is just a backup.
What do Oprah Winfrey, Richard Branson, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs all have in common?.
Steve Jobs - net worth seven billion R.I.P, Richard Branson - net worth four point two billion, Oprah Winfrey - two point seven billion, Mark Zuckerberg, Henry Ford, Steven Spielberg, Bill Gates Now here comes the Coup de grâce, Looking at these individuals, what's your conclusion? Neither of them in being successful, Ever graduated from a higher learning institution. Now some of you may be like, Money is only the medium by which we measure worldly success, And some of you even have the nerve to say "I don't do it for the money." So what you studying for? To work for a charity? Need more clarity? Let's look at the statistics: Jesus, Muhammed, Socrates, Malcolm X, Mother Teresa, Spielberg, Shakespeare, Beethoven, Jesse Owens, Muhammad Ali, Sean Carter, Michael Jeffrey Jordan, Michael Joseph Jackson. Were either of these people unsuccessful... or... uneducated?
Steve Jobs, Ted Turner & Richard Branson have morphed into one human rocket - Elon Musk. I don't think I will ever sell this guy short.
Sometimes I long for the simple days before these Black Hole, intrusive, know it all but sometimes laugh at us by not letting us get to what we need, things that are sometimes better as paper weights, but many call computers. Bill Gates and Steve Jobs got all of our money and probably enjoy their lives on their private islands with no computers allowed. I think Richard Branson has the right idea! I know Steve Jobs is no longer with us. I appreciate knowing what life was like before computers dominated our lives. Ah, the good old days! Yes I feel old, but also wiser. That is the end of my rant, sorry for taking up your time, now get outside and enjoy this beautiful weather!
I recently came across a study that examined the lives of 755 famous people who either dropped out of grade school or high school. The list included 25 billionaires, 8 U.S. Presidents, 10 Nobel Prize winners, 8 Olympic medal winners, 63 Oscar winners, 55 best-selling authors, and 31 who had been Knighted. With names like Thomas Edison, Andrew Carnegie, Richard Branson, Henry Ford, Walt Disney, Will Rogers, and Joseph Pulitzer, being an academic failure still left you in the company of some incredible luminaries. Going one step further, adding the names of well-known college dropouts to the list, names like Steve Jobs, Frank Lloyd Wright, Bill Gates, Buckminster Fuller, Larry Ellison, Howard Hughes, Michael Dell, Ted Turner, Paul Allen, Mark Zuckerberg, and virtually every famous actor, actress, and director in Hollywood, and the dropout list becomes a venerable Who’s Who of American culture. People who are destined to be successful have something to prove. In their mind, college is just another barrier ...
Would you agree... "Realism is just a socially acceptable form of pessimism. You must have a strong goal you can focus on. Then, all the junk surrounding you will disappear." (paraphrasing... Richard Branson, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs... etc)
52 weeks of Gratitude - Week 8. Through strange circumstance, what I had once seen as a personal deficit is now my point of difference, and that is what I'm grateful for. So, what do these people have in common? Steve Jobs, James Cameron, Paul Mccartney, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ralph Lauren, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg, Alan Sugar, Simon Cowell, Lionel Logue, Henry Ford, Karren Brady, Oprah Winfrey, Rodney Lovell.
Like them Richard Branson. The Starbucks guy. Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. They have books on how they created such big companies
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The great dreamers of our day and age - Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and until recently Steve Jobs - these people have ambition greater than even they need and yet they strive to do more, achieve more, fly higher.
Trying to memorize the life of Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet, Oprah, Richard Branson, Rupert Murdoch, Jeff Bezos, Anita Roddick and many more.
as are Roald Dahl, Walt Disney, Richard Branson, Leonardo da Vinci, Steve Jobs, Pablo Picasso good company!
Liz Dunoon:“My main message... is that everyone who suffers from dyslexia at school gets put in the dumb category when in actual fact they are invariably quite brilliant,” she said.“I talk about the creative talents of these people because Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Kerry Packer, Lindsay Fox and *** Smith all didn’t enjoy their school experience and are thought to be dyslexic.” Ms Dunoon said it was important for parents to go to teachers straight away if they had concerns about their child.“Parents’ intuition is really critical for them to go in and talk to teachers and for them to look at some of those key factors, rhyming, sounds and letters, ability to read and speak fluently, ability to remember spelling words,” she said.Ms Dunoon said changes needed to be made at schools so students with dyslexia could make use of new technology like text readers and voice recorders.“I think it’s scientifically proven that it’s ten times harder for dyslexic kids to decipher text, ...
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Everyone has gone or/ and is going through problems. So technically we all have a story to tell. Now 2 stay true to our destinies we must make sure to share our own unique stories. LET ME SHARE HOW . See every great man has encountered hardships in their lives, be in Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Patrice Motsepe, my own mentors here at home Moshe Seloko but these man non the less shared their unique stories with the entire world. This is how they did it: Instead of focusing on why its difficult for em to prosper and reach their destinies they found the reasons why they should. Solutions ti their problems. Because they understood that its not about where you have been and what happened to you but more of where you are going and what you are doing with all your problems. Guess what they are leaving a huge dent in the world.. They are telling their own unique stories and the whole world is listening. Tell your own story... We are waiting for it and Boxing day hope you had fun.
Sometimes when i'm puzzled about my professional life, i remind about the greatest people who are influencing the Building of Myself Company since Such as... Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Marc Zuckerberg, Hewlett & Packard, Intel, Michael Dell, Richard Branson, Yves Rocher, Martin Bouygues, Bris Rocher, Nelson Mandela... Get in First A Vision & Do yr Best # G.I.A
Luck is a word the unsuccessful make up & use to help themselves cope with watching others become successful while they remain average & mediocre because they are too scared to go after what they want. Luck is BS. People are where they are because they work their butt off. You’re eating, sleeping, partying, celebrating. while the successful are working to turn their dreams into realities. Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Donald Trump, Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Lebron James, Mark Zuckerberg.. Yeah.. Guess they all just got lucky. Success, whatever it means to you.. Takes time, effort, sacrifice, long days & nights, physical emotional & mental pain. A lot of people look @ you funny. A lot of close friends & family will try to deviate you from the path you’re on. They are just scared.. They are scared because deep down what if you are right. What if you become the next big thing… What if you tried to tell them & they didn’t believe you, they didn’t follow you.. & then it happens & YOU ar ...
Everything that you see is the product of someone's mind. Steve Jobs, who began life as an orphan, started Apple Computers from his adopted parents' garage. Today that company is worth over $400 billion dollars! Howard Hughes, born to a well-off family, didn't want to follow in the family business because he had ideas of his own: He wanted to design and fly planes. His ideas made him one of the wealthiest men of his time. Richard Branson was born in a hospital for children with special needs. Since then, he's founded over a hundred different companies under the Virgin name, he's circumnavigated the globe in a hot air balloon, and soon he will be providing trips into space with Virgin Galactic! Ray Kroc, a lowly milk shaker machine salesman, didn't invent McDonald's, but he had the idea — the idea — that would make it a multi-billion dollar, international restaurant phenomenon. George Lucas, an unknown film-maker from California wanted to make a "space opera." In 1977, Star Wars was born. Harland David ...
Bill Gates,Steve Jobs,Richard Branson,Alan Sugar,Warren Buffett,Simon Cowell,James Dyson,Petr Kellnerwork their socks off! Their secrete is as simple as having the ability to do more in a day than most of us do in a month.
Here is more wanton abuse of God's creation…I'm no bunny-hugger, but if we, already deep into the 2000's, with iPhones and Galaxy's, and men on the moon since the 60's and things going to Mars and back, and Richard Branson and Mark Shuttleworth and Steve Jobs (may he Rest In Peace) and all and all…there just must be a alternative solution to farming alongside these predators than simply shooting them???
"Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart." -- Steve Jobs "Most 'necessary evils' are far more evil than necessary." --Richard Branson "You don't have to have a lot of money, a complicated business plan, or a great deal of experience to start something." -- Blake Mycoskie
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”- Peter Drucker “Winners never quit and quitters never win.” - Vince Lombardi “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” - Steve Jobs “My biggest motivation? Just to keep challenging myself. I see life almost like one long University education that I never had — everyday I’m learning something new.” - Richard Branson “Every time you state what you want or believe, you’re the first to hear it. It’s a message to both you and others about what you think is possible. Don’t put a ceiling on yourself.” - Oprah Winfrey “It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more import ...
1.  The guy who won the Nobel Prize for Economics today had a theory that people are "crazy" and that financial markets are driven by irrational behavior.  Wallace Stevens the poet wrote that the rational follows the irrational and reality is a product of the imagination.   Steve Jobs and Richard Branson and every college drop out in the world who started a business knows this. 2.  Today I closed a sale at 3:14 pm to a store named Lauren.  314 is the area code for St Louis.  I thought about God and whether He was telling me to go back and save Lauren. 3.  Except I follow the rules.  The rules of man, the rules of God, the rules of my conscience.  And I expect people to play by the same rules. 4.   I went to the college library and I saw this girl try to pick up this guy.  It was so much different than St Mary's.  I started having flashbacks about my exwife cheating on me and all the women who passed me up.   I am not going back for Lauren. 5.  I was working a second job at night ...
MOST FAMOUS MULTI BILLIONAIRE COLLEGE DROPOUTS- 1. Apple: Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak - Steve Jobs dropped out of Reed College in Portland, Ore along with Steve Wozniak who dropped out from the University of California, Berkeley. They jointly formed Apple Computer in 1976. Their friendship begun when Jobs worked for a summer at HP, where Wozniak was operating on a mainframe computer. It’s been 37 years now and Apple is valued at $600 billion. 2. Dell: Michael Dell- Michael Dell, a pre-med student dropped out of the University of Texas at Austin in 1984 and found "PCs Limited" having only $1,000. He operated out of a condo that year and the business brought revenues in the range of $50,000 and $80,000 in upgraded PCs, kits and add-on components. It has been 28 years and the tycoon is worth $15.9 billion as per this year's Forbes billionaires list. 3. Digg: Kevin Rose - Kevin Rose, an entrepreneur got himself enrolled in the University of Nevada Las Vegas majoring in computer science, but he soon dropped o ...
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School has taught me that slackers make the most money. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson..
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If you didn't get the grades you wanted today, remember Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson and Elton John all DROPPED…
Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Larry Ellison, Soichiro Honda and Richard Branson all do not have a college degree.
While it's true that there are limited job opportunities, it is also true that our fellow youth are lacking in packaging and profiling themselves for those few jobs that are available. I was taught in primary school that practice makes perfect. Now, i wonder if you wear trousers as if you left the washroom in a hurry,will that help when you are required to dress officially when hired? You can't just sag you way into a job, unless you are too rich or influential to be ignored like the likes of Bill Gates, Richard Branson and the late Steve Jobs.
Henry Ford, Steve Jobs, Walt Disney, Ralph Lauren, Richard Branson, John Paul DeJoria, Oprah Winfrey, J.K Rowling, Daymond John, Chris Gardner and many more...They say when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. These inspiring figures had less than a lemon to start out with – and are now known for their sheer tenacity as they climbed to the top...Respect...!!!
Gandhi...Steve Jobs...Richard Branson...Stuart Wild...The Dalai Llama... These are a few of my current role models & mentors... Who has been inspiring you lately?
7 Ways to Dramatically Advance Your Career If Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Richard Branson were starting out today, do you think they'd be polishing their resumes and waiting for a promotion? No way. Once again, they'd be looking to disrupt entire industries. There's no reason why you can't profit from a similar disruption. The main question for your career is whether you are going to profit from disruptive change or fall victim to it. To help tilt the odds in your favour, here are seven ways you might work with others to drive innovation, in the process creating stunning new opportunities for yourself: 1) Eliminate your industry’s persistent customer pain points. Each industry has practices that drive customers crazy. Technology providers drive customers crazy with technical support that often requires long waits on hold and hopelessly complex interactions (“Just find the serial number on the back of your device and type that into the space provided along with your IP address and the exact wording of t ...
This is how education is changing...Most pupils/students I know want to learn harder but the educational system doesn't let them. If you sit down, listen, don't ask questions, and get a good grade your are doing good. But if you are bored about just listening, call everything into question and use your tests to reason about the new approach to solve the question than...you are more likely to become someone like Richard Branson, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Tim Ferriss. :-)
Is Starting a Business an Art or a Science? Business as Art Fact: Entrepreneurship is an irrational pursuit. Founding a company--much less one that could "change the world"--entails insane amounts of risk, ridiculously low chances of success and zero work-life balance. Nevertheless, the value of risk-taking is incalculable, insists Steve Blank, professor of entrepreneurship at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, who pioneered the Lean LaunchPad course that the National Science Foundation adopted for its new incubator boot camp, I-Corps. Blank started a total of eight technology companies--two of them massive failures, one that set him up for life--before turning his attention to the next generation of visionaries, to whom he's been extolling the virtues of embracing his particular brand of irrationality. Why? Well, Blank says, illogical ideas are how society achieves progress. Every great entrepreneur, from Richard Branson to the late Steve Jobs, made decisions that seemed craz ...
Excuse is too powerful that it builds our mountains and we blame it on our circumstances. If circumstances truly build mountains, John Foppe without two hands shouldn't have been a remarkable motivational writer and teacher. Lady cox without two hands couldn't have become a pilot. Kimberly Anyadike couldn't have broken the world record at 17 to become the world's youngest pilot. Even Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Steve Jobs who were drop outs would have been street beggars. All these people had circumstances but refused to have excuses. Excuse is the obstacle
Just a few of the achievers interviewed by Darren Hardy and SUCCESS magazine include: Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, Howard Schultz (Starbucks), Charles Schwab, Jeff Bezos (Amazon) and many more.
How are the WBECS Sessions Comprised?   The sessions in June are comprised of sessions with one presenter, two presenters and panels with three to four presenters.    For the FULL SUMMIT, on the June Agenda page there are three weeks noted.  The most current week displays in orange.  If you click on the other weeks (subdued color) you will see more topics and presenters.    A few other things you should note: Two Full Summit sessions happened in May.  These were complimentary.   One was with Darren Hardy (Session Topic: Productivity Strategies of Superachievers - How Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Donald Trump and others produce far more in less time than the rest of us ) and the other is with Vishen Lakhiani (Session Topic: The 5 Principles Of Happiness At Work)   Check out all the presenters here:  your admission, you gain these WBECS benefits with a Full Access Ticket:   ** LIVE ACCESS to all June Sessions with The Top Trainers in the World. ** RECORDINGS (both May Pre-Summit and Full Summit ...
"Shout out to Barry Diller, Steve Jobs, Simon Cowel, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Walt Disney, Henry Ford, Ty Warner, Mark Zuckerberg... & every SELF MADE *** out there who made it without school!"
10 SECRETS SCHOOL DOESN'T TEACH YOU ABOUT MONEY. . If you're one of those who love to ask some good questions, you should have asked yourself these three questions: first, Why are most professors poor after reading till their hair become gray? Second, why is it that many rich men in the world didn't even finish school? Third, why are P.hd holders now begging to work as drivers for Dangote? May i tell you the truth? There are certain SECRETS about riches you can never learn in school, even as a professor. Johann Rupert dropped out of school, and now, the richest man in South Africa . Does Dangote become the richest African because he is a professor? Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Mark Zukerberg, Etc didn't finish school. yet, they become richest of men. Why? The SECRETS. Today, we have millions of graduates who are poor and unemployed. Why will someone spend 15, 20 years in class room and stil be poor? Because the SeCrEtS of wealth is not taught in the class room. What ...
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Go NARR8 fantastic pick up on Inspirational Leaders (we're next to Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson) - By Edge Magazine
Before you strive to be the next Steve Jobs or Richard Branson, start with being a leader to yourself.
There are about 7 joints on netflix called Game Changers. I cant wait to watch this. Examples are Jon Stewart, Jay Z, Richard Branson, JK Rowling, Steve Jobs, Rupert Murdoch, Google and a couple others. Love documentaries.
"Top 10 Famous Entrepreneurs with their biography" * Thomas Edison (1847 – 1931) Edison filed over 1,000 patents during his life. But, he also combined a rare inventor's capacity to make them commercially viable. He made a fortune through the electric light bulb and other inventions such as the phonograph. * Richard Branson (1950) A high school drop out, Richard Branson founded the Virgin Group of more than 400 companies. It all grew out of a small record shop in London. Branson said he became an entrepreneur by chance because he wanted to have some fun and because he could do things better than established firms. * Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011) Steve Jobs was the co-founder of Apple Computers, and a leading exponent of the personal computer revolution. Jobs oversaw the development of key innovations in the Mobile Technology revolution such as iPhone, iPod and iPad. * Anita Roddick (1942 – 2007) Anita Roddick was the founder of the Body Shop, a cosmetic firm, with strong ethical principles. Roddick showe ...
Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates are all college dropouts. FACTS BOOK
as ruthless as Bill Gates, with the arrogance and swagger of a Donald Trump. The manipulative, seemingly innovative incredible success of a Steve Jobs. The imagination on a Mark Zuckerberg, the patience and loyalty of a Warren Buffet. The influence and intelligence of an Alan Greenspan. The coolness, financial savvy, laid back yet ready to pounce business sense of a Richard Branson. The style of a David Beckham, throw in a little Russel Brand, maybe a Johnny Depp. The passion of a Frank Lampard (even though its a *** team), the raw talent of a Christiano Ronaldo, the leadership qualities of a Bill Clinton, maybe a little Roosevelt...throw in some team fitness.that right there would be the most impressive man on the planet...
Who would you say are some of the best business leaders of all time? Steve Jobs? Richard Branson? Who else?
What do Russell Simmons, Richard Branson, Ted Turner, Larry Ellison, Craig Ferguson and Steve Jobs have in common?
INSIGHT 7. Get Inside The Minds Of Your Clients. From the world's wealthy: Steve Jobs, Arianna Huffington, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, Richard Branson and more... Get inside the minds of your clients. What keeps your clients up at night? What is it that motivates them? What do they really want? Focus groups and surveys may be a starting point, however many experts find this data watered down and misleading. Real votes come from clients who pay you and your company for something. They use it, they consume it, they tell others about it, and they keep coming back for more. From our research, many companies fall into the success trap of allowing their sales teams to run or manage their company directions. The tail wags the dog. In many cases (outside of technology companies) product 'genius' is discarded. The engineer or product genius in many cases is even run out of the company - given no respect or credit for what they can bring to the table. Technology companies seem to have it right. They allow the ...
the most progressive period in one's life comes when they run through 3rd, 4th and 5th house lord dasha or planets sitting in 3rd, 4th or 5th house. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Yash Chopra, Tom Cruise, Mark Cubne, Michael Dell, Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Michael Jordan, David Backhem, Barak Obama and the list goes on and on.
"True business leaders have the ability to think differently, and the Apple boss had it in spades." - Richard Branson on Steve Jobs
Not everyone can be Steve Jobs or Richard Branson. But creative people are made - not born. How to be more creative in your career: will you do to improve your work life in 2013?
- the likes of Steve Jobs, Michael Dell, Richard Branson, Alan Sugar etc should be seen as heroes
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SHARED!! There is a very long list of people with great success. In fact the only guy in the world selling tickets to outer space is a pot head. Not NASA, Virgin Galactic, owned by pot smoking billionaire Richard Branson. Not to mention Steve Jobs, Michael Phelps, Michael Bloomberg, Ted Turner, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and so many more. The opposition is incredibly obtuse.
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Some Inspirational Quotes From Legendary Billionaires: "I just love it when people say I can't do it. There's nothing that makes me feel better because all my life, people have said that I wasn't going to make it. " -- Ted Turner, Founder of CNN & "Only those who are asleep make no mistakes." -- Ingvar Kamprad, Founder of IKEA & "We’re going where no one has gone before. There’s no model to follow, nothing to copy. That is what makes this so exciting." -- Richard Branson, Chairman of Virgin Group & "You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new." -- Steve Jobs, Co-founder of Apple & "The man who dies rich dies disgraced." -- Andrew Carnegie (Living by this motto, Carnegie devoted the last 18 years of his life to philanthropy. He donated to nearly 3,000 libraries, parks, education, arts, and world peace. He said candidly of philanthropy "and besides it provides a refuge from self-questioning."). & "You bec ...
The world is run by school drop-outs; Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, Jacob Zuma! Lol this guy on is so ryt it's actually sad n funny!
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'.
50 BEST SUCCESSFUL QUOTES 1. “Identify your problems but give your power and energy to solutions.” Tony Robbins 2. “You live longer once you realize that any time spent being unhappy is wasted.” Ruth E. Renkl 3. “The only true wisdom is knowing that you know nothing.” Socrates 4. “Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out.” John Wooden 5. “Let no feeling of discouragement prey upon you, and in the end you are sure to succeed.” Abraham Lincoln 6. ” If you are not willing to risk the usual you will have to settle for the ordinary.” Jim Rohn 7. “Trust because you are willing to accept the risk, not because it’s safe or certain.” Anonymous 8. “When your life flashes before your eyes, make sure you’ve got plenty to watch.” Anonymous 9. “Screw it, Let’s do it!” Richard Branson 10. “Be content to act, and leave the talking to others.” Baltasa 11. “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” Steve Jobs 12. “The more ...
Some may find it demolarizing, while it may motivate some! A prominent commentator of Financial Times Ms. Lucy Kellaway said in BBC business news that many stars like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, Jack Welch and many more succeeded because of their luck also, and they sometime give reduculous and absurd tips like famous tips from Steve Jobs-"Don't Settle". Lucy further said that "the trouble is no one wants to hear about the truth of power of luck. Lucky ones don't like talking about it and even unlucky ones have fondness for stories of stars rising to the top. Luck is not a good story at all, it is random and not much funny to say anything about it". She also informed that according to a Californian psychology professor, successful persons owe debt not just to their luck, but also to bad luck of others.
Bill Gates, dropped out of school. Einstein, dropped out. Steve Jobs, dropped out. Gabe Newell, dropped out. Richard Branson, dropped out.
Steve Jobs's ruthlessness was not the way, says Richard Branson: Richard Branson has said that he was not a fan ...
I love the people who are smart enough to see things differently, constructively, and point in the right direction. They are courageous enough not to play safe,they step out amidst cold and uncertainties. They cannot easily be deterred by temporary failures; they press on with passion, persistence and hope for what they love. Today, I am celebrating the lives of these great people. To list a few: Bill.H.Gates, Barack Obama, Richard Branson, David Rudisha the late Steve Jobs(RIP Steve), the late Wangari Maathai(RIP Wangari), the late Eleanor Chepkwony (RIP Mom, I love you) among others. I salute you great people of this land, I am proud of you.
Everyday the world changes, it's difficult to figure out what specific events qualify with the most influential impact. I find it most interesting that these events have a tendancy to come after so much sacrifice. Take for instance today's launch of the mezmerizing iPhone 5 with it's super slim 61mm wide body, petit charger socket and high definition retina display. For what is a tiny device that fits in the palm of anyone's hand. To me, comes the life that Steve Jobs gave up and the countless effort that Apple employees around the world are dedicating to this momentus day. After all by the end of this week more than 10 million iPhone 5's are expected to fall off the shelves. So as I type this blog post from my iPhone 4s, I do not take this moment for granted. Many will fall to their inner consumerism; resembling a blood thirsty vampire that can never quinch it's thirst instead becoming more perched for its next feed with every feed. Apple is no longer a business but rather an integral part of our culture ...
10 years from now. my name must be in the same list with these name: Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, mark zukerburg, Larry Page, Henry Ford, John D. Rockefeller, Russell Simmons,
Aabhi Samaj aaya why guys like Richard Branson, zuckerburg, Steve Jobs and other Visionaries Dropped Their Collage. Building visions into reality is not covered in any of syllabus. Upar se BC jo syllabus mai tha wo bhi nahi seekha. Shud have saved the money and invested in vision building rather than paying never ending canteen bills and alternate days to THEKA.
I am stupefied that a degree is required for 60% of the jobs when people such as Steve Jobs, Brian Tracy (who didn't even finish high school), Richard Branson, Michael Dell, Paul Allen and others did not obtain degrees and yet look at what they have accomplished. Maybe more people would be working if they were given the chance. Integrity, work ethic and attitude are priceless.
Are you Working Hard, or Doing Hard Work? Successful people and unsuccessful people, rich people and poor people, they all have the same amount of hours in the day. Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, Steve Ballmer and Donald Trump have got no more time in their day to achieve success than you or I. We have been taught that working hard brings success, but I have found this statement to be false. It’s not working hard, but doing hard work that makes you successful. We all instinctively know what we have to do to be successful. Want to loose weight? Eat less, exercise more. Want to be rich? Make more money, spend less. Want a better relationship with your children or wife? Be a better husband or father. Want a promotion at work? Add more value to the company. Knowing what to do is instinctive, but doing it, is hard. So most people work hard, spending long hours doing unimportant things to have the excuse that they don’t have time to do the things that really matter. To quote Gordon Ramsay” It’s no use spe ...
:-0 Fallen in love with our new MacBook Air!!! . Although I was a little concerned when Prabhjyot said 'thank you Richard Branson'... She means Steve Jobs!
Few years back, Bill Gates wanted Steve Jobs to join his corporation and Steve Jobs had no money to run his own business. Today, His company worth more than Mircrosoft but Unfortunately Steve Jobs isn't with us to feel this unmemorable profit figure. Leaders like Steve Jobs and Richard Branson are born with positive attitude and love their passion to make it happen. Great to see Apple's result today as No.1 company in the world
Hope everyone got the A levels they wanted, & if they didn't, remember qualifications aren't everything! Look at Steve Jobs, Alan Sugar, Richard Branson & Simon Cowell!
Personally I think Steve Jobs was one of the greatest Entrepreneurs who ever lived, he was an incredible visionary and a product genius. He helped build Apple into the largest company in the world while creating billions of dollars of wealth for employees and shareholders. However, the fact is he did not give back to the Entrepreneurial community as much as some of today's leading Entrepreneurs/Investors. I will always admire Steve Jobs and his legacy is undeniable but people like Peter Thiel, Reid Hoffman, Richard Branson, Jack Dorsey, Dave McClure, Bill Gates, Brad Feld, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Eric Schmidt, Marissa Mayer, Bill Gates, Steve Case, Jason McCabe Calacanis, Chris Sacca, Paul Graham, Bill Gross, Dharmesh Shah, Ron Conway, Shervin Pishevar, Steve Blank, Marc Benioff, Bill Lee, Tim Draper, Bill Gurley, Jeff Clavier, and many others are giving back to the startup community in countless ways, trying to support the next generation of great visionaries and entrepreneurs trying to change the worl ...
My favorite people in no particular order: Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey, Bob Marley, Magic Johnson, Richard Branson, Will Smith.
Had a great 3-hour long discussion with my best buddies Mansee Mittal Manchanda, Jazz Kaur and Er Aishwarya Birla. I really miss you guys. I was a stupid fellow. You guys transformed me into a Steve Jobs clone with Richard Branson's partying spirit. Sahi kehte hain - Zindagi na milegi dobara. You guys are far better than 150 people partying at disc with showing off without any reasons. True people at heart. You rock!
Lido no último The Economist, intitulado In praise of misfits: «Prominent dyslexics include the founders of Ford, General Electric, IBM and IKEA, not to mention more recent successes such as Charles Schwab (the founder of a stockbroker), Richard Branson (the Virgin Group), John Chambers (Cisco) and Steve Jobs (Apple). There are many possible explanations for this. Dyslexics learn how to delegate tasks early (getting other people to do their homework, for example). They gravitate to activities that require few formal qualifications and demand little reading or writing.» É bom haver pessoas diferentes. Sempre sabor a baunilha é muito aborrecido...
Steve Jobs is dead, I don't trust him. As for Richard Branson, I think it's safe to say he's not unreliable ;)
So you don't trust the likes of Richard Branson, Steve Jobs either with a company? They've had their share of bankruptcies.
A teacher in college told me once that I need to focus only on my education for theatre and studying and performing FOR THAT college before I go do anything else, he urged me to do so, by saying my education is the only thing that will help me... I reminded him of some people who did not receive an education... Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson, Walt Disney, and Steve Jobs... Then I smiled and said... And Bradford Jackson.
"Cheaters never win, Winners never cheat." « Bill Gates, Zuckerburg, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson all cheaters
YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD! Albert Einstein, Bob Dylan, Martin Luther King, Jr., Richard Branson, John Lennon (with Yoko Ono), Buckminster Fuller, Thomas Edison, Muhammad Ali, Ted Turner, Maria Callas, Mahatma Gandhi, Amelia Earhart, Alfred Hitchcock, Martha Graham, Jim Henson (with Kermit the Frog), Frank Lloyd Wright and Pablo Picasso, Shaan and Steve Jobs; these individuals had one thing in common; They were labelled the Crazy Ones, The misfits. The rebels. The trouble-makers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status-quo. You could quote them, disagree with them, glorify, or vilify them. But the only thing you couldn't do is to ignore them. Because they changed things. They pushed the human race forward. They rubbished and disdained convention; they broke away from tradition, they thought differently. And while some saw them as the Crazy Ones, we saw genius. Because they were crazy enough to think they co ...
BILLIONAIRE DROP-OUTS: Steve Jobs of Apple, Bill Gates of Microsoft, Amancio Ortega of Inditex, Richard Branson of Virgin Group. Billionaire Dropouts Jacob Zuma of South Africa. Yet, they are probably the most successful people you know... YET.I ADVOCATE SCHOOLING TO BETTER MY EDUCATION...YET, AGAIN, I BUY INTO MARK TWAIN...
Steve Jobs (apple) worked out of his garage. Lord Sugar worked out of the back of his van. Sir Richard Branson worked out of the crypt of a church. One thing they all have in common is to see an opportunity & work hard to achieve their goal. Do you have their foresight & determination to succeed ? NOW !!
People like Bill Gates,Steve Jobs and Richard Branson did not do very well in academics and examinations so they...
my suggestions would be James Cameron, Richard Branson, George Osbourne and a respectful gratitude to the endeavours of Steve Jobs
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