Connect The Dots has ratings and reviews. Shweta said: Amazing book! Umm okay, take that back! Wonderful! Nah, take that back,too. How about . on Read Connect the Dots book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders. ‘Connect the Dots’ is a collection of inspiring stories of 20 entrepreneurs written by Rashmi Bansal. The book. Connect The Dots By Rashmi Bansal Online. includes free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet. Sold by Read with Our Free App; Paperback.

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Open Preview See a Problem? I am very much thankful to Rashmi Bansal for taking all the efforts to narrate these stories and make such motivational stories available to everyone. One can feel the labor of Rashmi Bansal in carrying out this book. Quotes aside, rashmii articulation and vocabulary is clearly targeted towards Indian audience only.

And, one to which I admire is Shakti Sudha Industries. Stay course on your chosen path and success will come for sure. It’s all in your headyour heartyour hands. Almost all the entrepreneurs from this elite college mentioned that they knew in the back of their minds that they always had the option of going back to their jobs.

Trikya Agriculture is more engaging. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Feb 25, Swati rated it really liked it. Failure was not an option for them and that is what dohs the stories highly inspiring. Surely, gentlemen prefer lettuce and all thanks to Samar Banasl. It was interesting to know that couple that envisioned Crosswords no longer owns it. How they saw challenges as opportunities. And, what’s nice about the book rasshmi that it gives a sense of reality maybe, only for Indians yet thrilling.


They followed their interests, ghe not give up on their dreams and succeeded in creating ventures that were not only unique but which successfully tapped a market that nobody even knew existed. You see their ventures still flourishing and with new targets set.

Refresh and try again. Must read for startups.

Pick Of The Day. Want to Read saving…. Such inspiring stories from common people is so great to hear! All of them are sans any fancy degree or backed by strong financ An essentially entrepreneurship book about 20 individuals who goes thd create their own legacy inspite of apparently insurmountable odds. Book is the Collection of real tye stories of entrepreneurs. Connect the Dots Audio Book Author: Will go for the other books by Rashmi.

Connect The Dots

Books by Rashmi Bansal. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Tue, the writing style of the author was a bit annoying to me at times.

She is the author of two bestselling books on entrepreneurship.

Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal

Mar 21, Suryaprakash Devarakonda rated it really liked it. The second section Junoon details the growth of seven entrepreneurs who were driven by a dream or a passion.


Most of them are well-known brands bansao you would be surprised to know the stories behind these creative ideas. Nice read for the inspiring entrepreneur. Rashmi is a columnist on popular Indian news portal Rediff.

Jul 14, Sushobhan rated it really liked it. Other Books By Author. So you have to trust… in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. A must-read book for anyone who is simple and wants to ma “Connect the Dots” is rashm very inspiring book and it does motivate the little entrepreneur in you.

The book is divided into 3 parts “Jugaad” “Junoon” and “Zubaan”. It carries the prestige of over 47 years of retail experience. Though at times repetitive, the book is a good read and more so if you are someone who might just decide to plunge into the uncertainty of entrepreneurship someday This book is not about narrative or writing style bamsal any other literary or creative pursuits.

On the other side Connect the dots is the story of those who did not have the luxury of going back to any steady job.

An MBA is not a requirement to be ‘successful’ in life, or in business.