Connect the Dots (Telugu) is a collection of inspiring stories of twenty enterprising individuals who became immensely successful by starting their own ventures.
Summary of the Book
Connect the Dots (Telugu) is a sequel to the bestselling book, Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, by Rashmi Bansal. The book is an anthology of inspiring stories that urge the readers to dream big, regardless of their qualifications. The book is divided into three parts Jugaad, Junoon and Zubaan. This book is an attempt to inspire people and boost their morale for them to be able to realize their dreams. The author stresses on the part that the qualifications are not necessary to reach your goal. The book describes the journey of twenty entrepreneurs who became exceedingly successful without an MBA degree. The only thing these people had in common was their determination and passion to succeed. The author also encourages the readers to create lots of dots in their lives and then focus on connecting them with perseverance and hard work. This book is an ideal read for all aspiring entrepreneurs.
About Rashmi Bansal
Rashmi Bansal is an entrepreneur who delves into writing, consulting as a youth expert, editing for JAM (Just Another Magazine) of which she is also the co-founder. She is also a contributor for the business magazine Businessworld. Her other bestsellers include Stay Hungry Stay Foolish and I Have a Dream, which talk about entrepreneurship among non-MBA graduates and her fourth book Poor Little Rich Slum takes inspiration from the struggles and enterprising strength in the slums of Mumbai. Perhaps the success of her books can be attributed to her sharp wit and her strong, opinionated voice that shines through to the readers. She is a natural mentor for today’s youth. Rashmi Bansal is an MBA graduate herself, and lives with her daughter in Mumbai, India.
Taken from Steve Jobs' lecture. These entrepreneurs didnt have much idea where they will reach but were consistent and looking back now can connect the dots.
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