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Wow, Richard Branson has always been a powerful figure in the world, but never has he been so inspiring. I've lived a life working to gain and grow my own future by struggling every day to change my family tree. I don't enjoy life and I don't think globally. It's time to change that and this book has done that for me. I am excited to look for more opportunities for growth and have him to thank for that.
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Book started out alright but plunged quicker then one of Branson's hot air balloons. To break this book down:
Try hard and find a way to make it happen
An hour of hot air balloon stories
4 hours about global warming and his airline
All sprinkled with name dropping of politicians
If you are looking to learn something or inspiration, avoid this book.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
I admire Richard Branson greatly and was looking forward to hearing his story. Disappointingly the narrator didn't inspire me one bit with a very odd rhythm to his reading often leaving vital information off the end of a sentence rendering it nonsensicle e.g. " My favourite time of day is evening. On Necker." as opposed to "My favourite time of day in evening on Necker" which I can only assume is what was written. His tone often adds an almost arrogant edge to RB's writing which I'm sure was not intended either...
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
Sort it out Adrian.
it sounded like it was being read by a computer programme for most of the time. Very odd cadence and missing of beats.
I'm guessing it was a rush job done in one take. I may be wrong, but it made it hard to listen to at some points.
That aside it is a very good and insightful book.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful