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Source: The Guardian Uk

Most entrepreneurs may have heard of Britain’s highest profile billionaire, Richard Branson. If not, Virgin group which has started over 400 companies under its name may certainly ring a bell. What many people may not know is how Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group, a £5.01 billion worth company, dropped out of high school. He started his entrepreneurial journey at an early age of 16. Over his 40 years and plus career, he has paved his own way to become a self-made billionaire.

In his new book,  “The Virgin Way: Everything I know about leadership”, Branson breaks down the top 10 rules that have motivated him every step of the way.

 

The Virgin Way Branson jacket

Richard Branson’s Book, The Virgin Way. Photo from Portfolio

 

Top ten rules by Branson from the book

  1. Follow your passions.
  2. Do some good.
  3. Believe in your business.
  4. Have fun.
  5. Don’t give up.
  6. Listen more and talk less.
  7. Make room for personal time through delegation.
  8. Go out and meet people.
  9. Communicate among all levels of your company.
  10. Be happy.

 

To know more in his book and the rules click here.