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  • The Career Paths Of 5 Serial Entrepreneurs [Infographic]

    Are you working on your one big idea, putting all your hope into succeeding from that one single thing? Well that’s probably not the best approach. Out of the 1426 billionaires in the world, 960 are self-made. And of that 960, 830 made their fortune from multiple business ventures. Look at Richard Branson, whose Virgin brand produces records, flies people around the world (and soon into space, too), and sells cell phones. And he’s not alone. Look at the career path of Branson and 4 of his contemporaries in this infographic and start looking for opportunities wherever you can.

  • 9 Things You Will Never Hear Richard Branson Say

    Why are some people more successful than others? Why some feel accomplished while others feel like they are stuck in career rut? The answer is – their vocabulary. Though, granted, your vocabulary is heavily dependent on your mentality and the way you see your life, both personal and professional. We envy Sir Richard Branson for his tenacity and go getter attitude so we are certain these are 8 things you will probably never hear him say and the reasons why that’s the case:

  • How 5 Serial Entrepreneurs Made Their Billions (Infographic)

    As you’ll see below, some of the most eccentric and well known billionaires around the world are self made, and we’re not talking handed a million dollars and made it into a billion. All of these men began their work ethic at a very young age, selling Christmas trees or nes papers, then their desire for building something they can call their own took over and as you’ll see it took dipping their hands in a variety of different business’ before their billions came. Richard Branson has been involved in almost thirty different ventures and shows no signs of stopping. It’s just the mentality of a serial entrepreneur. Elon Musk began creating video games, then founded electric car company, Tesla, now plans to build a Hyper loop rail from San Francisco to LA. Keep the ball rolling and wheels in motion.

  • Water Sports Fun with Richard Branson [25 Photos]

    It’s easy to look at Richard Branson and wonder if he is even a real person. This 62 year-old multi billionaire   is world famous for his eccentric daredevil personality and his business ventures including the Virgin Megastores, Virgin Airways, Virgin Mobile, and more recent Virgin Galactic. Richard seems to have an affinity toward the water, he owns an island  in the Caribbean and a million dollar personal submarine so this following collection of his finest water sports moments is equally amazing as it is bizarre.

  • Richard Branson’s 10 Tips For Making Better Lists

    Sir Richard Branson, the guy who will make space travel possible for regular Joe’s (with $250K laying around) in 2013, says he has lived his life by making lists. His lists vary from people to call to lists of ideas to lists of companies to set up to lists of people who can make things happen. He is religious about working trough these list each day and ticking off tasks as they are complete in order to move forward.

  • 21 Ways Rich People Think Differently Than Average People

    World’s richest woman Gina Rinehart is enduring a media firestorm over an article in which she takes the “jealous” middle class to task for “drinking, or smoking and socializing” rather than working to earn their own fortune. What if she has a point? Steve Siebold, author of “How Rich People Think,” spent nearly three decades interviewing millionaires around the world to find out what separates them from everyone else. It had little to do with money itself, he told Business Insider. It was about their mentality. “[The middle class] tells people to be happy with what they have,” he said. “And on the whole, most people are steeped in fear when it comes to money.” Average people think MONEY is the root of all evil. Rich people believe POVERTY is the root of all evil. “The average person has been brainwashed to believe rich people are lucky or dishonest,” Siebold writes. That’s why there’s a certain shame that comes along with “getting rich” in lower-income communities. “The world class knows that while having money doesn’t guarantee happiness, it does make your life easier and more enjoyable.” Average people think selfishness is a vice. Rich people think selfishness is a virtue. “The rich go more »

  • Read These Books

    Some men throughout history set the standards for the meaning of “being a man”. Churchill, Roosevelt, Hemingway and Kennedy (to name a few) have become synonymous names with the likeness and image of the modern man, but if you ever felt inclined to broaden your knowledge on any of these men, then here are the books you need to read to do so.   The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt Seven men in one–naturalist, writer, lover, hunter, cowboy, soldier, and politician, Theodore Roosevelt, by the turn of the century, built himself up from a frail, asthmatic boy to become the youngest and most charismatic president in our history to that time. Edmund Morris has written an extremely readable, highly entertaining, and factually sound biography. In “The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt,” he completely captures the essence of this towering early twentieth century figure, making him totally relevant to today’s readers. “The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt” is a biography that’s indeed very well worth reading.  The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt Churchill Style One of the most iconic and endlessly fascinating figures of the 20th century, Winston Churchill has been the subject of any number of books, but none of them have analyzed his more »