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A great book by the GREAT Richard Branson - Screw It, Let's Do It : Lessons in Life. I have summarized the key points for you with the hope that you can learn and apply his principles of success. Even though you may not achieve success as great as Richard Branson, I am sure you will become a better person, achieve your goals and fulfill your dreams.
If I have generated your interest to learn more from Richard Branson, read his book.
Wong Yew Yip

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Hello Yewyip,
A good presentation starting with the Nike like Slogan JUST DO IT !!
The emphasis is towards action, living the present and being good.
Well having fun is something every one would love to, but to say that
if you do not have fun do not do it may not be possible for all.
It requires an attitudanal change in such cases to develop a liking
for the job you do.

This is great ,,, never though this guy was so focused. He represents a different aura while dealing things like their is no tomorrow. But looking at this presentation , i mean he is something.
Really interesting one sirs. I am also not aware of Branson. I am keen to go through this book... probably, it might discuss how to do all those things mentioned successfully in careers as well.

Really its work. If you say 'lets do it'.
let me tell you one-thing, for it require strong will and lots of thing like planning, knowledge & patience.
those who worked on it, get the achievement in the life and those who don't, get nothing in the life except spending life.
Amazing One!...........

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