Richard Branson :: My illustrated top 10 tips for success

Delighted to see so many people sharing my top 10 tips article on the BBC. One of the most rewarding parts of success is being able to share what you have learned to try to help others. 

Like many people, I learn better through experience than theory. Also, if presented with huge reams of text, I tend to lose interest quite quickly. Lots of us are more visual learners, so I wanted to expand my 10 tips with some imagery to illustrate the points. Hope you enjoy them, and let me know your own top tips for success.

http://www.virgin.com/richard-branson/my-illustrated-top-10-tips-for-success

and on BBC

http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-26575792

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