I Have a Dream by Rashmi Bansal tells the story of twenty idealists or social entrepreneurs who look for completely new ways of solving old problems. Each one of these people is committed to various causes. Still, all of these persons are unanimous in their single belief that management principles can always achieve common greater good and can be applied for the same.
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I Have a Dream by Rashmi Bansal is a collection of 20 different stories each with idealists as protagonists who consider themselves entrepreneurs above everything else. A single theme outlines each of the presented stories and comes out, loud and clear. According to the author, every transformation begins through individual effort and that person can be anyone, someone simple living next door. Each one of us has the capability to bring about a change. This book will come out as a revelation for most people whose world begin and end within their small, selfish selves. The 20 people described in the book have overcome the barrier of self to come out as public do-gooders changing the lives of numerous people around them. So have these people resorted to charity in order to bring about such massive transformation? No, instead of mere charity they have used business ideals complete with its profit motive and have applied it as a potent tool for bettering the social structure. Naturally, the author has called them social entrepreneurs. The book has three sections namely Spiritual Capitalists, Changemakers, and the Rainmakers not necessarily in that order. In her inimitable style, the author has described myriad obstacles these 20 messiahs of change faced in order to bring about the desired transformation in society.
About the author
Rashmi Bansal is an entrepreneur, youth expert, as well as an established writer. She has written such much-loved books, such as, Connect the Dots and Stay Hungry Stay Foolish.
Paperback Edition of this English-language book is published by Westland and contains 340 pages in all. The Book has an ISBN 10 -9380658389 and an ISBN 13- 978 9380658384.
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