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Take Me Home: The Inspiring Stories of 20 Entrepreneurs from Small Town India with Big-Time Dreams

Take Me Home: The Inspiring Stories of 20 Entrepreneurs from Small Town India with Big-Time Dreams

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Bangalore
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Language English
Binding Paperback
Publisher Westland
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About the Book: Take Me Home: The Inspiring Stories Of 20 Entrepreneurs From Small-Town India With Big-Time Dreams Parakram Singh Jadeja did it in Rajkot. Deepak Dadhoti did it in Belgaum. Vibhor Agrawal did it in Meerut. Take Me Home is the story of 20 entrepreneurs who have built remarkable enterprises, while remaining true to their roots. From small towns across India, they run giant global companies with locally trained talent. The ability to run a professional business is no longer limited by location. What you need is a vision and a mission and a burning desire. To make it happen, wherever you are. About the Author: Rashmi Bansal Rashmi Bansal is a writer, entrepreneur and youth expert. Her five books on entrepreneurship - Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Connect the Dots, I Have a Dream, Follow Every Rainbow and Poor Little Rich Slum have sold over 7,50,000 copies and been translated into 10 languages. Rashmi is a motivational speaker and mentor to students and young entrepreneurs. She ... See more
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  1.  Currently reading it, no plans to complete anytime soon. 30 May, 2014 On Junglee.com
    As you see, i had lots of expectations from this book.
    But it's again is the compilation of home grown millionaires, who chased their dreams in unconventional sectors; into potato chips making, into carpet and bhujia making etc etc.

    what i didnt like about the book is, lots of Hindi languages sentences, written into english alphabets, this is a real pain and distractor while reading the book.
    rest, the content is good, can be read at least once
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