When I was invited to dinner with Richard Branson and a few others, I really did not know what to expect. For one, I did not expect to have enough time to truly engage with the legend, but he was so down to earth. He was not full of himself, and he truly is what he appears to be.
We’ve all heard the amazing stories of Mavericks that go it alone. When we hear about people like Steve Jobs and Richard Branson, or Bill Gates, we think, What a genius! We illuminate the myth of the college dropout. We think they did it alone.
I spent a weekend with a legend.
Warren sat beside me in the bleachers at the baseball game, with a peaceful demeanor. There to watch his team, the Omaha Storm Chasers in Nebraska, I learned about his legacy.
What would it mean for you to make an impact on the world? Maybe you’re already doing it, or perhaps you’re just now thinking of it, but making a difference is the best way to leave this planet better than you arrived.
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