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Screw it, Let's Do it: Lessons in Life | Paperback

Released on 02 March 2006

Author: Sir Richard Branson | Format: Paperback

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Reveals the lessons that have helped global entrepreneur, Sir Richard Branson, through his business and personal life, like believing it can be done and that, if others disagree with you, try and try again until you achieve your goal; or that you must love what you do.

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 Brilliant!

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As usual Richard has given an insight to how life was, the good and the bad, the wins and the losses. We usually hear about one side of the story, this book is easy to read, understand and really get the message across. Full of life's anecdotes, lots to learn and well worth the money spent! 11/10 and another 12/10 for Sir Branson!

 Great Short Read

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I am not a big reader but as soon as I got tucked into this book I had it read within under 2 hours. What a crazy guy Sir Richard is, but he has great beliefs and is a great person. Give it a read and you wont regret it.

AuthorSir Richard Branson
PublisherEbury Press (GB)
Year2006
ISBN9780753510995
FormatPaperback - 128 Pages