People who knew entrepreneurship was the Chosen Path. They took the plunge straight after their MBA or after working barely a couple of years. And they persevered until theymade it big! THE OPPORTUNISTS - These entrepreneurs did not plan to take this path but when opportunity knocked they seized it. Their stories go to show that you don't have to be 'born with it', you can develop an entrepreneurial bent of mind at any age. THE ALTERNATE VISION - These individuals are using entrepre-neurship to create social impact. Or as a platform which allows them creative expression.
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About the Author
Rashmi Bansal writer entrepreneur and youth expert. She is cofounder and editor of JAM,India's leading youth magazine in print and online. She writes extensively on youth, careers, and entrepreneurship and host the popular blog "youth curry". Rashmi is consultant editor for 'cracking careers', the show on business news channel UTVi. She mentors her students in colleges across India. An economics graduate from Sophia college Mumbai, and an MBA from IIM, Ahmedabad, she lives in Mumbai.
A bible for Startups
27 August, 2013
I have read this book and stories in it many times, every time i read some story, i find something new to motivate myself. The good thing is, the language is simple and straight. The writer has used good humor at many places to keep it interesting. The entrepreneurs mentioned here have honestly shared their stories, whatever has happened to them, if it was good or it was not great, they have honestly described. Learning by experience is always good but this books is learn by example category. Never felt bored while reading the stories, always wanted to finish as soon as possible so i can start the other stories in the book.
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