Only logged in users can reply. Must read for people who want to be entrepreneurs. After reading this book I can never see a Veta ad or a DosaPlaza shop and not say to the person next to me, “You know something This book is not at all about the writing style or the author. It’s all in your head, your heart, your hands.
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By tapping their talent successfully, these creative people become entrepreneurs in their own right. All of them are sans any fancy degree or backed by strong financial base. Collection of india entrepreneur interviews. In compare to ‘Stay Hungry Stay Foolish’ this book didn’t bore at the end, Actually it was better than that.
It turns out Just more than I thought these extra ordinary stories not only inspired but makes you feel life is awesome Enterprenuership seems to have lost in recent times. I looked up videos on youtube of their dance acts they they performed in India’s got Talent. Book is written more like a dialogue and enjoyable. The book connect the dots rashmi bansal ebook divided into 3 vonnect “Jugaad” “Junoon” and “Zubaan”.
She started her writing career with her blog, Youth Curry.
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See our Dohs Policy. So, solely for the content, the inspiring stories of some real-life heroes I recommend this book. Trikya Agriculture is more engaging.
I had seen Veta English Coaching ads all my life. I haven’t read all the stories, just the first one and can tell for sure that the book is really gripping.
Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal
Nov 01, Gopisetty Prudhviraj rated it it was amazing. May give a little push you needed if you want to be an entrepreneur but are scared to take risks.
Their stories say one thing loud and clear.
The review sounds really good: Get to Know Us. One can feel the labor of Rashmi Bansal in carryi Amazing book!
The author speaks to people from different parts of the country who have carved a niche for themselves in different areas of business.
Of course MBA in India has become the most cknnect after career!!
Connect The Dots
Sep 16, Megana Varma rated it liked it. I hope it gets a better publisher. Each and every story in this book is truly inspiring. May 16, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Rashmi is a columnist on popular Indian news portal Rediff. Jun 26, Debarghya Paul rated it liked it Shelves: BTW, you can also post your review on the official forum of the book at http: We can learn how to handle the situations and how our attitude should be towards the growth. See and discover other items: The back cover of the book says – Connect The Dots ‘Connect the Dots’ is the story of 20 entreprising individuals without an MBA, who started their own ventures.