Gurg There are some visible mistakes not factual out there which put me off. Different Entrepreneurs share the small things that made all the difference, whether it was costing, marketing, value of visibility, dignity of labour or market need. Sep 15, Aditya Kumar rated it liked it. Connecting the dots rashmi bansal hope it gets a better publisher.

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So you have to trust… in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This again, like her previous book, is yet another inspiring book. While her first book was on 25 successful entrepreneurs who passed out of IIM-A, Connect the Dots is the success stories of 20 successful entrepreneurs without an MBA who dared to find their own path. I have read and inspired by both the books of course, but this book is a challenge particularly to me being an MBA and still being a juvenile in my entrepreneurial journey.

Every story that I have read in this book is an eye opener. It says, there is enough out there in the world that is calling me. Nothing, literally, can stop me from achieving things.

All that is required is to dare and move on with my intuition. All the stories in this book are of course successful stories. But to call it successful, each story takes you through its own adventure that one can never expect. In the end, success tag is just a satisfactory reward.

None of them are content enough with their success. As I can see, they are still on their way in their dream journey. Destination is still far and dreams are growing higher and higher. Rashmi Bansal has chosen stories from all the professions and across several states of India. You can see stories starting from Restaurant owners, story writers, and Movie makers and to the stories of even IT folks. And the classification that is being done is very neat and meaningful.

They learnt by observation, experimentation and application of mind. Also one more pattern that I have observed in these stories is that there is some spiritual inspiration for all these people which made them successful. Like in the above mentioned stories, there are many people who were inspired by Swami Vivekananda. Something which is different, ahead of its time. These ventures are about making that dream, a living reality.

Some of the stories that I loved under this are — R Sriram with his passion for books venturing out into one of the most successful book stores in India, Crossword; Satyajit Singh of Shakti Sudha Industries who took on the challenge of commercializing makhana; Chetan Miani, the founder of Reva Electric car company who was driven by his passion for electronics and cars that led him to pursue the dream of producing an electric car. Seriously, until I read this story, I was considering Reva car as just another toy!

But Boy, Chetan is an amazing talent and Reva car is truly a commendable invention. When that talent is unique, the platform must be created.

All the four stories in this category are extremely good. Having a dream job with Yahoo, Kalyan decides to quit and pursue his wildlife photography dream. I follow his work all the time and he is certainly a great talent and a successful entrepreneur. Paresh Mokashi — wanted to be an actor, but found his niche as a playwright and director on the Marathi stage.

Other than the usage of Hindi wordings here-and-there which makes it a bit difficult to read , Rashmi Bansal has beautifully worked on all the stories and has really come out well. I really thank her and appreciate the kind of work she has done. This might not just inspire many people; this will certainly bring more number of entrepreneurs into the big ocean of opportunities and possibilities! I recommend this book to both MBAs those who will be still thinking of becoming entrepreneurs and for those who will be thinking only MBA made it possible and non-MBAs those who will be thinking I do not have MBA, can I become a successful entrepreneur?


Connect The Dots

Naran From there it grew to a chain of shops all over India serving more than types of dosas everyday. Connect The Dots 3. It explains in detail where they have done mistakes or how they managed themselves to go through the situations in making their company stand up in a good connecting the dots rashmi bansal. Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal.



Mar 25, Ravi Prakash rated it it was amazing I got to read this book during a km trip. The trip was not very well though, but the book I had filled me with immense joy and optimism. This book is so full of enthusiasm that it can explode your conscience with passion. I finished this book in a day. You can imagine how overwhelmed I might have been. This book comprises 20 stories of 20 successful enterpreneurs.

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