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Apr

Book Review : Connect The Dots

Rashmi Bansal’s new book – ‘Connect The Dots‘ is a follow-up to her hugely successful book ‘Stay Hungry Stay Foolish’. The earlier book mentioned the inspiring stories of IIMA graduates. Connect The Dots is about successful entrepreneurs without the typical MBA degree.

The book has classified entrepreneurs in three categories:
1. Jugaad – Ones who have no formal business training and learnt by observation, experimentation and application of mind.
2. Junoon – Ones who are driven by passion and ideas which are ahead of its time.
3. Zubaan – Ones who are creative people with unique talent

The book has a biographical account of the entrepreneur and advice to other entrepreneurs – same style as Stay Hungry Stay Foolish. The selection of the entrepreneurs is interesting indeed which adds diversity to the book and the subject of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs behind success stories like Reva, Dosa Plaza, Su-Kam, Crossword, Tantra T-Shrits, Veta, Fem Care are featured as well as Film Director Paresh Mokashi and Wildlife Photographer Kalyan Verma. Though there are no formulas to success, it is interesting to know the journey of the fellow entrepreneurs.

Rashmi Bansal’s style and language is amazing as always ! She has got another bestseller !

Read it !

4 Responses to “Book Review : Connect The Dots”

Kartik MistryApril 4th, 2010 at 8:33 am

Were you there at Crossword yesterday? I completely missed it and went to shopping. You must know Kalyan Verma – Foss.in calendar I got every years :)

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BookloverApril 21st, 2010 at 3:25 pm

Hi Ashok,

We would like to republish your review of “Connecting the dots” with due credits and linking back to your site. Let us know if your ok with it

adminSeptember 5th, 2010 at 2:26 pm

Hi – Please go ahead ! No worries !