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|Publisher||Westland And Tranquebar Press|
|Number of Pages||361 Pages|
Rashmi Bansal is a writer, entrepreneur and youth expert. Her two books Stay Hungry Stay Foolish and Connect the Dots have sold over 350,000 copies and been translated into eight languages.Rashmi is a motivational speaker and mentor to students and young entrepreneurs. She is an economics gra...View More
Rashmi Bansal is a writer, entrepreneur and youth expert. Her two books Stay Hungry Stay Foolish and Connect the Dots have sold over 350,000 copies and been translated into eight languages.Rashmi is a motivational speaker and mentor to students and young entrepreneurs. She is an economics graduate from Sophia College, Mumbai and an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad.
You can follow her at www.twitter.com/rashmibansal and on her blog Youthcurry.
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Apr 7, 2015
BEST AS ALWAYS
Feb 7, 2015
Dec 29, 2014
Not as expected
Dec 9, 2014
Nov 27, 2014
fruitful to read
Jun 25, 2011
An Eye OpenerI ordered this book because I like Rashmi Bansal's work, and I have a dream jst proved me right all over again. When I started reading I could feel the power of a man rising above the system, but I was thinking will Ms Bansal be able to carry the same motivation, enthusiasm till the last page, but this time she proved me wrong. I can go to the extent by saying that this is one of the best books I have read and I will always hold it close to my heart, because this book has introduced me to so many people I did not know about who are trying to clean the dirt around me, trying to make it a better… (Expand)
shreeharsha T V
Nov 5, 2011
Good Report, Bad BookI bought this book online a few days ago and I have to say,I really believed it was going to be a great read. Unfortunately though, my expectations were shunned and the book failed at so many places.
May 18, 2011
I pre-ordered thisRashmi Bansal is a dream author and motivator to young budding entrepreneur. Both the 'stay hungy stay foolish' and connect the dots' are being used as study materials in various ED courses (including me). Waiting for her new gem in the kitty!! Expectations are very very high...
Oct 29, 2011
Paper Quality of this book not worth the priceThis is my 3rd order from flipkart and was again impressed by the prompt delivery of this book. But this time, the paper quality of the book was not good (smells awful). The same quality book can be easily purchased from roadside vendors for Rs 40-50. So I wont recommend buying book from this publisher.
May 26, 2011
Rashmi - A truth tellerwhenever something new comes from Rashmi - i just have one thing to say -- this will be story of a common man's rise to sky, his or her true experiences and at last some points to think and consider for life.
Jun 21, 2011
Excellent NovelThough I have not yet completed this book, but I must say that I loved reading it so far. The stories are indeed inspirational and written in a very lucid, easy to comprehend manner. Its really heartening to hear about the backgrounds of social entrepreneurs who have committed their lives for a cause, whereas majority of the middle class in India just prefer to look away and go on with their lives. Indeed a high recommended book for everyone.
Sep 12, 2011
social entrepreneurship- an aspectwhen I ordered this book, I was of the view that it would be one like the usual self-help books but then too the previous reviews motivated me to just order it out...
Mar 1, 2012
Didnt meet the expectationsFlipkart : Excellent Service
May 16, 2011
I Preordered this!I Preordered this book and waiting for it!!!
Dec 13, 2011
Striking!!!!...Will make you to think what have you done to this society!!!This book has definitely made me think--- why are we looking towards the west for every answer,when we have the full capability to fight and design a solution????..People have done it in past!!!It is a shame on us that we don't recognize the kind of work we Indians are doing remaining in the country itself..How many of us are actually investing our time to do something for the society???the number is very less!!!..Though we are topping the list in population explosion!!