Connect The Dots has ratings and reviews. Shweta said: Amazing book! Umm okay, take that back! Wonderful! Nah, take that back,too. How about . on Read Connect the Dots book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders. ‘Connect the Dots’ is a collection of inspiring stories of 20 entrepreneurs written by Rashmi Bansal. The book. Connect The Dots By Rashmi Bansal Online. includes free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet. Sold by Read with Our Free App; Paperback.

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She also conducts motivational talks and youth insight seminars for corporates. The author speaks to people from different parts of the country who have carved a niche for themselves in different areas of business. More wide and colorful than ‘SHSF’ because except for quickly grabbing a market opportunity they all 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.

But wherever she got Really loved reading the book. J What ties the 20 true-life protagonists of the book together is that they are all entrepreneurs – but without the much coveted MBA degree.

Sep 16, Megana Varma rated it liked it. So you have to trust… in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. It’s all in your head, your heart, your hands.

Just a moment while we sign conect in to your Goodreads account. However, one thing which I disliked about the book is that it is not well edited. Aug 24, Poonam rated it liked it. However, the writing style of the author was a bit annoying to me at times. You see their ventures still flourishing and with new targets set. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. One common thread in all the stories is that no matter what happened, no matter how many hurdles and failures these people faced, they didn’t back down.


Connect the Dots Audio Book Author: This book is not at all about the writing style or the author.

Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal

They excelled by sheer hard work and the uniqueness of their ideas. Kudos to Rashmi Bansal l. Aug 14, Muthu Anand rated it it was amazing Shelves: There is no novelty in the style of writing or language. Jugaad covers the stories of those who used grit and determination even as they observed and experimented to create a business on the road less travelled.

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I hope it gets a better connecct. There is another story of DosaPlaza which was started by a Tamil who moved to Mumbai to earn a livelihood. A must-read book for anyone who is simple and wants to ma “Connect the Dots” is a very inspiring book and it does motivate the little entrepreneur in you.

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Inspite of the odds stacked against them, these individuals went on to create their own identity and thereby indirectly employing many others. Must read for startups. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

It is a good read for people enthusiastic about startups.

The book created a new record in Indian publishing by selling overcopies and has been translated into 8 languages. She is the author of two bestselling books on entrepreneurship. Failure was not an option for them and that is what made the stories highly inspiring. Some of them did not had any management degree still they became successful and are inspiring people.

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I think it’s commendable for a writer to not to write her thoughts but give away her flair for words in imparting information. It seems as if the entrepreneurs are talking in front of you! Well presented book with great advises to Young and aspiring entrepreneurs. You need to dream more than others think practical and you need to expect more than others think possible.

Kalyan Varma did it. Jul 09, Mayank Joshi rated it really liked it. It was amazing piece of work introducing 20 entrepreneurs in India, who didn’t have formal education in business management. Feb 11, Shweta Bharati rated it really liked it.

Written in conversational form, the book is divided into three sections – Jugaad, Junoon and Zubaan. Jan 29, Bharathy rated it really liked it. Notify Me We will send an email as soon as we get it in stock. Quotes aside, the articulation and vocabulary is clearly targeted towards Indian audience only.

Best book for aspirants of MBA and entrepreneurs. Nov 01, Gopisetty Prudhviraj rated it it was amazing. Rashmi Bansal has carried her project and in a sense, her responsibility very well.