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Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal
About the Author Rashmi Bansal is popular for her bestselling books. Junoon tells success stories of passion driven entrepreneurs, while Zubaan speaks about people with creative mind, which proved to be their best asset.
From there it grew to a chain of shops all over Doots serving more than types of dosas everyday. Personally I liked this book more than Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish author’s other book as the stories of people mentioned in this book are more relatable than the other book.
I th up videos on youtube of their dance acts they they performed in India’s got Talent. It explains in detail where they have done mistakes or how they managed themselves to go through the situations in making their company stand up in tue good position. The title of the book is inspired by Apple founder, Steve Jobs’ commencement speech given at Stanford University in It tells the stories of courage, determination and inspiration of 20 people from different backgrounds who chose to become entrepreneurs without doing an MBA.
All of them are sans any clnnect degree or backed by strong financial base. An essentially entrepreneurship book about 20 individuals who goes onto create connect the dots rashmi bansal own legacy inspite of apparently insurmountable odds.
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Well presented book with great advises to Young and aspiring entrepreneurs.
Connect The Dots
connect the dots rashmi bansal I hope it gets a better publisher. May it be Food,cosmetics, hospitality, service, retail,Film making,passion, et al with no clear doys or knowledge where they were headed to just hanging on to their intuition and gut and learning all throughout their journeys and due to that you learn something out of it, too. And, one to which I admire is Shakti Sudha Industries. Among those who want to start their own enterprise, some are deluded and some are actually talented.
What ties the 20 true-life protagonists of the book together is that they are all connect the dots rashmi bansal – but without the much coveted MBA degree. Next What are we getting from so much cricket? Start reading Connect The Dots on your Kindle in under a minute. I am very much thankful to Rashmi Bansal for taking all the efforts to narrate these stories conect make such motivational stories available to everyone.
Rasmhi course on your chosen path and success will come for sure. The book is really one of the most inspiring books I have read in recent times. Feb 11, Shweta Bharati rated it really liked it. All of the entrepreneurs stories are encouraging you to do something in life which you love The characters chosen and positioning them is done in such a scientific way. See and discover other items: Collection of india entrepreneur interviews. Nov 07, Prashant Ghai rated it really liked it. 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 Best book for aspirants of MBA and entrepreneurs.
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So you have to trust… in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. All the stories follow a single path of fighting against the odds.
Oct 07, Pranav added it. For all the millennials those who are passionate and obsessed with there dreams and are willing to do what they really want to do, this book is for you. Later, it seems the company was sold.