The Branson Effect is a Lesson on Living with Purpose

I just watched a video this morning about the “Branson Effect” and the parallels to what I am teaching about living with purpose are just too uncanny, so I decided to share some takeways with you here.

What is the Branson Effect?

I guess the first thing I should do is take a step back and make sure you know what I’m talking about, right?  So here goes.

We all know Sir Richard Branson is one of the most recognized, wealthiest, and admired businessmen on the planet.  He has over 300 companies and there is simply no stopping him!  Richard Branson has accomplished this because of his ability to go into a market and quickly become a trusted authority.  This is what Greg Habstritt has coined “the Branson Effect” in his new report that is the foundation of his upcoming Authority Formula training program.

branson effectIn his report, and the informative video he produced, Habstritt explains that when you are clear and committed to who you really are, and you have a proven formula to follow, you can do and become anything you want.

Branson Effect and Living with Purpose

Now observe how these highlighted principles from the Branson effect really draw the parallel to living with purpose (in italics):

  • Do something you really believe in – purpose
  • Do something you love doing – passion
  • Be committed to helping others – selflessness

If you would like to know more about the Branson Effect, and how you can live with purpose by aligning your passions and your work, I encourage you to watch the video and download the free pdf report.


Here is the Link to access the Branson Effect video and Report.


There will also be three others videos coming as well that will continue to educate on how Greg has taken what he has learned from his own successes as well as others like Branson to develop a success formula (full disclosure: you will have to opt in to Greg’s list – and I may earn an affiliate commission if you decide to purchase from him later).

Please leave your comments below, I’d love to hear your thoughts on the Branson effect!

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