After speaking with our group, Sir Richard Branson sat on a panel with industry experts to talk about the future of business.
As everyone around him was filling the air with business buzzwords and talking about complex ideas for mapping out our future, Branson was saying things like: “Screw it, just get on and do it.”
As I looked up at that panel, I realized that the person who sounded the most simplistic was also the only one who was a billionaire. Which prompted me to wonder, “What’s the difference between Branson and everyone else in the room?”
Branson doesn’t merely say things like, “Screw it, just get on and do it.” He actually lives his life that way.