I Have A Dream is a unique collection of twenty inspirational stories of social entrepreneurs who have found creative solutions for old problems.
Summary Of The Book
I Have A Dream consists of 20 engrossing tales of people who have dedicated their lives for the good of the society. Beginning with the birth and education of these people, their childhood, and the struggles and success of their journey, Rashmi Bansal offers a comprehensive coverage of their lives. Segregated into three sections, the book divides the people into three types, the Rainmakers, the Changemakers and the Spiritual Capitalists.
The first part is dedicated to the Rainmakers. These are the entrepreneurs who earn profits from their work, even though profit is not their sole motive. It has stories like Caste Away, Rags to Riches, Beyond Profit, Weave the People, and Move the Mountains. The second part is dedicated to the Changemakers, who have strived hard to bring about a positive change in others lives. The Scientific Socialist, The Naked Truth, The Art of War, The Girl in the Mirror, Inner Engineering, and Into that Heaven of Freedom are some of the stories in this section.
The third section is titled Spiritual Capitalists and relates to those entrepreneurs who have blended spiritualism with common welfare. It consists of stories like All in the Family, Lead Kindly Light and Soul Food. From India’s first rural BPO to eco-tourism and solar lightings, from Micro-Venture Funding to Sulabh Shauchalayas, the book has stories of prominent personalities like Harish Hande, Dhruv Lakra, Arvind Kejriwal, Shreesh Jadhav, and Bindeshwar Pathak. These people with their big dreams and compelling passion have made a significant difference in the lives of many across India. Bansal, in her wonderful book, pays tribute to these innovative entrepreneurs who continue to inspire many others.
I Have a Dream has won acclaim since its publication in 2011. The book was on the shortlist for The Economist Crossword Popular Award in 2012.
About Rashmi Bansal
Rashmi Bansal is a popular and young entrepreneur, author and a youth expert. She has also written Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Follow Every Rainbow, Connect the Dots, and Poor Little Rich Slum.
An alumnus of Sophia College, Mumbai, and IIM Ahmedabad, she is also the consulting editor for Cracking Careers, a television show and has been a guest lecturer at many colleges. Rashmi has five bestsellers to her credit today. Bansal also has a popular blog called Youth Curry that offers advice on careers and entrepreneurship. Her works have been translated into 8 different languages.
Paper Quality of this book not worth the price
29 Oct, 2011
every story is inspiring
11 Jun, 2014
Boost Up Your MORAL
24 Mar, 2014
15 Dec, 2012
DISAPPOINTING Book for literature
5 Feb, 2012
IT is a Hope!!!!!
26 Nov, 2011
Striking!!!!...Will make you to think what have you done to this society!!!
13 Dec, 2011
Another Inspirational Blockbuster by Rashmi Bansal
2 Sep, 2011
Didnt meet the expectations
1 Mar, 2012
social entrepreneurship- an aspect
12 Sep, 2011