This book provides a profound examination of an intriguing character. From early on in his school days to his modern day endeavours from city to city, business venture to business venture, it is clear Richard Branson is an extremely driven person.
The book offers an insight into his struggles with dyslexia, his early business career and how he managed to stay in the black despite relying on say many different uncontrollable factors from the magazine `Student' to Virgin Records to Virgin Airlines. The only difficulty I had in this book was the intricate and often laborious detail with which Richard described his spats with British Airways. This was the only downer in an otherwise… Read more