Richard Branson has uncovered a to-do list from 1972 showing his early ambitions.
The founder of the Virgin Group penned the list more than 40 years ago, in which he aimed to learn to fly, to "invite nice people back" and to "start getting the small house together at The Manor"
Writing on virgin.com , he said:
"It’s fun taking a walk down memory lane, and seeing how far we’ve come and what we’ve achieved.
"My friend Kenny Kemp recently uncovered this little gem, from my 1972 diary."Richard Branson's 1972 to-do list:
"A year after writing this list, in 1973, we launched our Virgin Records label from The Manor, signed Mike Oldfield and released Tubular Bells – one of the biggest selling albums of the decade and the soundtrack to The Exorcist.
"From there Virgin Records grew and grew, and the rest, as they say, is history."Branson said: "Lists not only provide great structure for getting things done, but they also help us to set goals and achieve our dreams."
1. Learn to fly
2. Look after me, you, boat
3. Entertain everybody with me
4. Invite nice people back
5. Start getting the small house together at The Manor
6. Start buying odds and sods for The Manor
7. Work with me on projects/sort me out
8. More shops to be found.