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Throughout my life I have achieved many remarkable things. In Screw It, Let's Do It, I will share with you my ideas and the secrets of my success, but not simply. Screw It, Let's Do It by Richard Branson. 3. Synopsis. Global entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson has built a business empire and made billions, and is renowned. Sorry, this document isn't available for viewing at this time. In the meantime, you can download the document by clicking the 'Download' button above.

Nov 16, Josh Steimle rated it it was ok Pros: I think it's pretty hard to mess up a biography, and this book is largely biographical. People are interesting, regardless of who they are, and Branson is no exception. He is positive, an adventurer, and clearly intelligent, although I think his life does a better job of showing that than this book. If you need a shot of feel-good energy, this book could be a good pick-me-up. It's also great for showing the unlimited potential for someone with a lot of self-confidence. Cons: This book rambl Pros: I think it's pretty hard to mess up a biography, and this book is largely biographical. Cons: This book rambles all over the place and repeats itself like that old guy at your family reunions of uncertain relationship.

Harnessing energy is like harnessing brainpower. What's the point of selecting someone for a particular task if you ignore his or her experience and ability? It's like consulting experts and not even considering their advice. I also trust my own instinct and ability to do almost anything I set my mind to.

If an idea or project is good and worthwhile, if it's humanly possible I'll always consider it seriously, even if I have never done it, or thought about it, before. I will never say, 'I can't do this because I don't know how to.

Looking, listening, learning - these are things we should do all our lives, not just at school. Then there are those silly little rules that someone has invented for baffling reasons. I always think that if you set up quangos or committees, they will find something useless to do.

The world is full of red tape, created by committees with too much time and an overbearing desire for control. Most red tape is a tangled mess of utterly useless, nonsensical jargon.

If I want to do something worthwhile - or even just for fun - I won't let silly rules stop me. I will find a legal way around rules and give it a go. I tell my staff, 'If you want to do it, just do it.

Screw It, Let's Do It: Lessons In Life by Richard Branson

The staff's work and ideas are valued, they feel good about themselves and Virgin gains from their input and drive. People generally don't leave their jobs through lack of pay - they leave because they aren't valued.

Many companies put their people in boxes - if you are a switchboard operator, you are always a switchboard operator. But we value our people and encourage them to be adaptable and innovative. If you recognise something is a good idea, or if there's something in your personal life that you want to do, but aren't immediately sure how to achieve your goal, I don't believe that that little word 'can't' should stop you.

I believe in using and harnessing other people's knowledge and experience, which is why I like to work holistically, within a team. Harnessing energy is like harnessing brainpower. What's the point of selecting someone for a particular task if you ignore his or her experience and ability?

Screw It, Let's Do It

It's like consulting experts and not even considering their advice. I also trust my own instinct and ability to do almost anything I set my mind to. If an idea or project is good and worthwhile, if it's humanly possible I'll always consider it seriously, even if I have never done it, or thought about it, before. I will never say, 'I can't do this because I don't know how to. Looking, listening, learning - these are things we should do all our lives, not just at school.

Then there are those silly little rules that someone has invented for baffling reasons. I always think that if you set up quangos or committees, they will find something useless to do.

Richard Branson

The world is full of red tape, created by committees with too much time and an overbearing desire for control. Most red tape is a tangled mess of utterly useless, nonsensical jargon.

If I want to do something worthwhile - or even just for fun - I won't let silly rules stop me. I will find a legal way around rules and give it a go.

I tell my staff, 'If you want to do it, just do it. The staff's work and ideas are valued, they feel good about themselves and Virgin gains from their input and drive.

Screw It, Let’s Do It: Lessons in Life and Business

People generally don't leave their jobs through lack of pay - they leave because they aren't valued. Many companies put their people in boxes - if you are a switchboard operator, you are always a switchboard operator. But we value our people and encourage them to be adaptable and innovative. If you recognise something is a good idea, or if there's something in your personal life that you want to do, but aren't immediately sure how to achieve your goal, I don't believe that that little word 'can't' should stop you.

If you don't have the right experience to reach your goal, go in another direction, look for a different way in. There's always a solution to the most complex problem.

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