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Apr 22, Rachana rated it it was ok. Visit our Help Pages. How about one which gives you “air time” and rushes adrenaline through your endocrine system. Her style of writing the stories of each of the entrepreneurs is exactly identical to her first book. Home Discussions General General Discussions. Audible Download Audio Books. Buy for time pass

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Junoon tells success stories of passion driven entrepreneurs, while Zubaan speaks about people with creative mind, which proved to be their best asset. Would you like to see more reviews about this item? Page rashim of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Her style of writing the stories of each of the entrepreneurs is exactly identical to her first book.

Written using the most generalized terms and progressive narration the book is an easy glide through some of the technicalities of business and helps to see the bigger picture conveyed through each story. Pages with related products. May it be Food,cosmetics, hospitality, service, retail,Film making,passion, et al with no clear vision 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.

You see their ventures still flourishing and with new targets set.

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Of course MBA in India has become the most sought after career!! The book is divided into 3 parts “Jugaad” “Junoon” and “Zubaan”. Really good book to read its inspiring for all people who hte someting to do with their life. Collection of india entrepreneur interviews. Whatever amount of money you have, if you do not have peace, it is of no use. How about one which gives you “air time” and rushes adrenaline through your endocrine system. All of them are unconventional entrepreneurs.

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Dec 29, Dotz rated it it was amazing.

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The first book featured stories of entrepreneurs who had a degree in business management. To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. See all customer images. Though at times repetitive, the book is a good read and more so if you are someone who might just decide to plunge into the uncertainty of entrepreneurship someday Amazing people and their journey to become successful in their paths of entrepreneurship.

Connect the dots rashmi bansal ebook feel myself as one of them in their Initial stages. This book will motivate you follow your dreams no matter what may come your way because one day when it’s your last day and you’re lying waiting for death, you will regret not doing all those things that you really wanted to do in your life but somehow allowed society pressure to overpower your dreams.

Nice review,will definitely give it a read! Be it Prem Ganapathy of Dosa Plaza who rose from being a dishwasher to head a odd employee company with 26 outlets in India and connect the dots rashmi bansal ebook in New Zealand or Kalyan Varma who left his high fly job in Yahoo to become a wildlife photographer or Suresh Kamath who started Laser Soft Infosystems which is an IT company with a difference, each of the stories are amazingly inspirational.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The book focuses on the idea of strong will against wit and is an attempt to boost people’s moral and confidence in their dreams and hard work. It’s all in your head, your heart, your hands. Next What are we getting from so much cricket?

They don’t connect the dots rashmi bansal ebook MBA degree but have fulfilled their dreams. They were driven by the desire to prove themselves. It was amazing and quite inspirational to read about stories of 20 Indian entrepreneures starting their businesses from scratch making them successful.

Stay course on your chosen path and success will come for sure. So you have to trust… in something — connectt gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. Jun 05, Purnima rated it really liked it Shelves: Few pages on what they did, how they did and the difficulties they faced finally ending up with a small advice given by each of the entrepreneurs. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?