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Screw It, Let's Do It: Lessons In Life (Quick Reads) Kindle Edition
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My respect for Sir Richard have grown more highly after reading Screw It,Let's Do It! Read this book, you will be better off having done it. We can all do with some inspiration and help.
The book you don't read, won't help. Invest in yourself and your future today! You will be glad you did.
Heck, Screw It, Just Do It!
Richard Branson's book was a pleasant surprise to me. It feels good to hear from someone who is filthy rich and yet so down-to-earth. I would recommend this book to friends, family members and co-workers without hesitation. It is a tiny little book that can change one's life forever.
Dr. Peter Vakunta is professor at the Defense Language Institute, Monterery-CA,USA
The book is a collection of Richard Branson's lessons and life mottos. Surprisingly a lot of them (probably half) were forged when he was a kid. Much of them are very stoic-like for an apparently very-loose-guy, but totally worth learning from his stories and introspection. The book is far more than a live life to the fullest, seek happiness and follow your heart kind of reading. It goes chapter after chapter collecting a list of life commandments that let you not only have a sense of how Branson is, but also how his decision making process is like and how he weights things in business (risk). In fact, I want to know more about the Branson character and probably will read another of his books. Good buy.
Side note: I haven't read any other Branson's books but to me this one feels very personal and sincere. No ghost writer here I guess.
I really enjoyed reading this book and will certainly read it again at least once. I picked this up at a time of change in my own life and found almost everything to be relevant and mostly what I needed to hear, without frills or complicated explanations. Clear and precise, it is a good guide for living a full and rewarding life, all the while doing, or at least trying, the right thing by all.
Great read. Strongly recommend it.
It's filled with very generic advice (such as 'Be bold, aim high' and 'Challenge yourself') that you will find in any book of this genre.
The writing itself is not very good and I found the book quite boring.
There is alot of time spent on Branson explaining how awesome Branson is.
The book gives a good glimpse into his personality which aligns with his blogs in virgin.com. It was good knowing him more through his life experiences.
Some of his stories were hard to believe like his role in kuwait war - but it could be just my ignorance. It seemed a little braggy, but then that could be his personality.
All in all good quick read, gives you nice tips on going on with your ideas.