‘Connect the Dots’ is a collection of inspiring stories of 20 entrepreneurs written by Rashmi Bansal. The book focuses on the idea of strong will against wit and is . Connect The Dots By Rashmi Bansal Online. Book Details: Language: English Published, Isbn: , Release Date Publication. a book review on “connect the dots” by rashmi bansal.

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There are some visible mistakes not factual out there which put me off. The rasnmi is inspirational as the readers are sure to get totally involved in the unique spirit that drove these people to the heights of success. She mentors students and young entrepreneurs in colleges across India. To ask other readers questions about Connect The Dotsplease sign up.

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Not Enabled Word Wise: Jun 21, Saksham Jain rated it liked vonnect. Jun 05, Purnima rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Must read for startups. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The book is divided into 3 parts “Jugaad” “Junoon” and “Zubaan”.


Stay course on your chosen path and success will come for clnnect.

Every entrepreneur started from scratch taking their ventures from breaking even to a huge profit making company. Apr 15, Ankita Gavel rated it it was amazing.

See all customer images. Rashmi Bansal has carried her project and in a sense, her responsibility very well. There hasn’t been a contemporary book in past, which has excited me as this book has. Ranjiv Ramchandani did it. Kudos to Rashmi Bansal l.

Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal

Each and every story in this book is truly inspiring. Quotes from Connect The Dots. Jul 14, Sushobhan rated it really liked it. Read reviews that mention rashmi bansal must read connect the dots real life good read good book nice book stay hungry success stories budding entrepreneurs short stories stay foolish wonderful book hungry and stay read for people successful entrepreneurs read for young get inspired book to read stories of people.

Previous Bhopal Gas Tragedy — Do we really care about it? In his speech, Jobs said, ‘You can’t connect the dots by looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards.


Not read the book till now but Im sure the book must be good. No doubt, MBA does widen our horizons and is helpful in understanding basics of any business, but it is not the necessary condition rashmj become entrepreneur. Book is written more like a dialogue and enjoyable.

This book has some of those experiences. And most importantly what goes on inside their minds on a professional and personal level. One can feel the labor of Rashmi Bansal in carrying out this book.

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There is another story of DosaPlaza which was started by a Tamil who moved to Mumbai to earn a livelihood. An informative read on enterpueners who go on to follow their heart, passion to do something which banal like to and succeed to turn things around eventually.

The title of the book is inspired by Apple founder, Steve Jobs’ commencement speech given at Stanford University in

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