Like a Virgin: Secrets They Won’t Teach You at Business School

Like a Virgin

Authors: Richard Branson,

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The rules in business school give you an idea. But they won’t guarantee a future. Richard Branson shares with you everything you need to know about enterprise — how to begin, how to lead and how to be more innovative. The Founder of Virgin groups never conformed to what was normal; he made his own rules. Now, he shares his secrets with you as well.

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