Richard Branson Psychological Traits

Richard Branson - Ryan Amann Final Essay-Psychological Traits Richard Branson controls situations by incorporating the perfect amount of bravura

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Ryan Amann Final Essay-Psychological Traits 12/3/11 Richard Branson controls situations by incorporating the perfect amount of bravura and youthful charm into his personality. Branson is able to entertain others, but he also contains a rare amount of focus that allows him to keep his goals in mind, and allows him to stay in charge. The surprising part of Branson’s personality is his ability to have fun and remain in charge, which is even more surprising considering that he used to suffer from severe dyslexia and shyness as a child. There is no doubt that he has overcome his shyness and is influential now; when BBC radio asked 1200 people who would be most qualified to rewrite the ten commandments, he came in fourth after the Archbishop of Canterbury, Mother Theresa, and the Pope. This just serves to show how much of a profound impact he has had on people. Like the New York Times says about Richard Branson, “Of All That He Sells, He Sells Himself Best” (Fabrikant). Branson is known as someone that relishes adulation. He
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course ENES 210 taught by Professor J.green during the Fall '11 term at Maryland.

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Richard Branson - Ryan Amann Final Essay-Psychological Traits Richard Branson controls situations by incorporating the perfect amount of bravura

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