Richard Branson: Knight of Big Ideas
Sir Audacity himself: "Dream big by setting yourself seemingly impossible challenges. You then have to catch up with them."
Audacity: Your First Venture Can Be Extraordinary2:35
Sir Richard Branson talks about entrepreneurial audacity--his own and that of his "great friends," Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page.
Colonizing Mars: If You Don't Dream, Nothing Happens4:00
"If you set seemingly impossible challenges," says Sir Richard Branson, "you make what people believed impossible possible."
Blank Canvas: Business Is All About Details1:46
Unless you get thousands of tiny details right when you launch a new business, you'll have nothing.
Clean Energy: Build Successful Businesses Out of Helping Lives2:25
Rarely does Sir Richard Branson start a business just because he thinks he's going to make money out of it.
Disaster: Big Ideas Also Mean Big Risks2:20
Sir Richard Branson put a firewall between each Virgin company so that--if something goes wrong at one--it won't take down another.
Hurdles: Difficulties & Opportunities of Regulated Businesses2:03
In some cases--like Branson's space ship company Virgin Galactic--helpful regulators can make new business ideas possible.
Space Travel: New Technology Opens Up Markets2:26
How Sir Richard Branson plans to bring down the $200,000-per-ticket price to bring passengers to space.
War: What You Name a Venture Is Important2:24
Branson set up "war rooms" to tackle global issues like climate change and disease in Africa.