Richard Branson Like A Virgin Book Summary – vincenthuberta.com

I wrote this book summary when I was reading it in 2013. Like A Virgin is a great book. It is filled with stories of Richard Branson. Richard Branson started since he was really young and eventually built a business empire. It is a must-read book for aspiring entrepreneurs. Take risks, build things. Hope you enjoy this summary. Summary is in point form, in easy-to-understand … Continue reading Richard Branson Like A Virgin Book Summary – vincenthuberta.com

How to understand someone – vincenthuberta.com

In someone else’s shoes. That’s the whole idea of this post. I was known to be insensitive since I was young. I am distracted with things that matter. I am lost when discussions get boring, the closest people to me will know this very well. Sometimes I spend hours working / reading and forget to have my lunch / dinner. I fell asleep in lectures … Continue reading How to understand someone – vincenthuberta.com

How to understand something – vincenthuberta.com

Do you learn or do you just collect information in your brain? The journey to be able to understand is the journey of learning. People have the tendency to think that the more they read, they have learnt more, but is that true? Are we smarter after we read a lot? The answer can be yes, or no. We are not smarter after we read, … Continue reading How to understand something – vincenthuberta.com

Robin Sharma’s 73 Best Business and Success Lessons – vincenthuberta.com

You can really Lead Without a Title. Knowing what to do and not doing it is the same as not knowing what to do. Give away what you most wish to receive. The antidote to stagnation is innovation. The conversations you are most resisting are the conversations you most need to be having. Leadership is no longer about position – but passion. It’s no longer … Continue reading Robin Sharma’s 73 Best Business and Success Lessons – vincenthuberta.com

“Leaders Eat Last” Summary by Vincent Huberta – vincenthuberta.com

People-oriented Company from “Leaders Eat Last” by Simon Sinek “The death of one man is a tragedy, the death of a million is a statistic.” We can have empathy when we understand the story of a person, we can feel how that person feels. Number can create abstraction of the value of relationship, so does internet and virtual communication. Real relationship is built on face … Continue reading “Leaders Eat Last” Summary by Vincent Huberta – vincenthuberta.com