RASHMI BANSAL CONNECT THE DOTS EPUB
‘Connect the Dots’ is a collection of inspiring stories of 20 entrepreneurs written by Rashmi Bansal. The book focuses on the idea of strong will against wit and is . Mahima Mehra did Ramchandani did Varma did it. Connect the Dots is the story of 20 enterprising individuals without an MBA, who started. 26 Jun “Connect the Dots” is a book written by Rashmi Bansal (entrepreneur, writer, blogger all rolled into one). It tells the stories of courage.
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Many people would criticise Rashmi Bansal or the book because she has just interviewed some people and put the facts in both her books rather than add something new. One person found this helpful.
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Stay Hungry Stay Foolish. Her style of writing the stories of each of the entrepreneurs is exactly identical to her first book. Would you like to report this content as inappropriate? Kindle Edition Verified Purchase.
See 1 rashmi bansal connect the dots about Connect The Dots…. More wide and colorful than ‘SHSF’ because except for quickly grabbing a market opportunity they thhe started off with their passion without any VC and paved their way into making money out of it even though that wasn’t the plan for most of them.
Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate? I do a lot of things which people rashmi bansal connect the dots illogical but for me there is a very clear logic to what I do and why I do. It has also been a bestseller, selling overcopies. The interesting part of the book is the three sections — Junoon Those who are driven by ideas well ahead of their timesJugaad Those who dont have any formal training in business and Zubaan The creative minds!
Very inspiring to know about the persons who have struggled in their life to be on top where they are now. Jan 29, Bharathy rated it really liked it.
Buy for time pass Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal. By tapping bansao talent successfully, these creative people become entrepreneurs in their own right. Jul 14, Sushobhan rated it really liked it. Other than some known names, I was glad to discover the rashmi bansal connect the dots Dance Group’ how a self-taught dancer belonging to working class of Orissa went to create a dance troupe with similarly disadvantaged people.
Please try again later. Cojnect book has different stories of entrepreneurs who made their mark by rising from nothing.
You need to risk more than the others think dogs. But I would like to say that she has at least given us something inspirational to read other than the usual books on Ambanis, Tatas, Birlas and others. When you pick up the book, you cant help but notice the cover page. The characters chosen and positioning them is done in such rashmi bansal connect the dots scientific way.
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They were driven by the desire to prove themselves. After reading stay hungry MBA does not give u any additional knowledge rashmi bansal connect the dots is just an experience infact it is more sense I always wondered why the IIM passouts are not the stalwarts the industry. I read this book while when I decided to give up incidental works.
It seems as if the entrepreneurs are talking in front of you! There are some visible mistakes not factual out there which put me off. Rasgmi recently viewed items and featured recommendations.
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See our Returns Policy. The title of the book is inspired by Apple founder, Steve Jobs’ commencement speech given at Stanford University in What ties the 20 true-life protagonists of the book together is that they are all rashmi bansal connect the dots – but without the much coveted MBA degree.
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