Richard Branson’s top 20 Virgin inspirational insights
Richard Branson has always had the reputation for doing things differently, which has reflected in Virgin companies the world over. He has also sprinkled his views on business and life into decades of interviews, books and launches. While most people are familiar with his rallying cry of “screw it, let’s do it”, there are plenty more helpful hints from the smiley man with the beard. Here are our top 20…
Every audience you’re trying to sway needs to be able to see “what’s in it for them”. I’ve heard people quip that the most popular radio station in the world is WIIFM–“What’s In It For Me”–and they’re not wrong. So how can you better understand this market?
The books are printed on demand by Book1one, a Rochester, N.Y.-based print-on-demand service, and will retail for $30 hardcover and $20 softcover. Each page can only contain one tweet. “We wanted something closer to a book of inspirational poetry rather than an encyclopedia,” says Shwirtz.
Earlier this month, the Labor Department reported that the unemployment for the nation as a whole jumped to 10.2% last month from 9.8% in September. The recent low for the national rate was 4.4% recorded in May 2007. Thirteen states and Washington D.C. have recorded larger jumps in their jobless rates than the national average.
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