Does Entrepreneur Richard Branson Have Any Regrets?

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Wanting to enter space is the sign of the true explorer and so is being an entrepreneur. He is inspired to go up, up, up, bracing himself and training others to enter the next phase of human exploration, out of this atmosphere, out of this world.

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I remember hearing about Richard Branson having a birthday party on his island --yes, his island-- located in the British Virgin Islands. All these celebrities were there. I think Mariah Carey was there, hanging out in one of his bungalows.

Seriously. You have Mariah Carey swinging from a tree in your backyard. How can you have any regrets?

Branson's new venture with his subset company, Virgin Galactic, will allow people to have contact with suborbital space. He will be the reason that Jay-Z and Beyonce, pioneers of the music industry, will possibly make the first video ever set and filmed in outer space. He is the conduit, the human helping everyday billionaires to get closer to Cowboy Bebop, Trigun and Deep Space Nine becoming our reality. I hope he lives long enough to build those generation ships every sci-fi writer fantasizes about.

The immensity of his youthfulness emerges as he gets older. Many children dream of going into space and he's made that a reality for so many billionaires. Have faith plebians because just like the Blackberry which was only for business people and Wall Street-types, eventually the inaccessible becomes assimilated to the point that almost anyone can have access. By that time you may no longer be on this earth; but you get the drift.

If you've seen the movie, Cocoon, with Steve Guttenberg --watch it with your grandma sometimes. It's a blast-- you would think that people would rather travel to the "final frontier" to live forever if they have no idea what waits for them, then staying on Earth to live or die.

Wanting to enter space is the sign of the true explorer and so is being an entrepreneur. He is inspired to go up, up, up, bracing himself and training others to enter the next phase of human exploration, out of this atmosphere, out of this world.

Is it the presence of celebrities or the lack of gravity that would make him feel like he has taken every chance towards fulfilling his dreams?

It's impressive to see a man organize and accomplish so much with his Future Listening. He can hear it in a way that others can't. Did he follow Oprah's advice and can everyone do it too or is he in a league of his own?

I would welcome any speculation of what type of regrets Richard Branson could possibly have.


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