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 Details of Connect the Dots

Connect the Dots, available in paperback, is a book that is a collation of stories of some inspiring people. It’s an attempt to boost the morale of people to believe in their dreams and push them to achieve it. It stresses on the part that qualifications are not a necessity to reach your goal. This book describes the journey of 20 entrepreneurs who became very successful without an MBA degree. The thing that all of them had in common was their passion to succeed and prove their mettle. The book starts with the author talking about her life and the unexpected turns it took before she knew where it was leading to. She encourages readers to create lots of dots in their lives and then concentrate on connecting them with hard work and enthusiasm, to form a meaningful picture. Connect the Dots contains three sections called Jugaad, Junoon and Zubaan. The first part consists of the stories of entrepreneurs who made it big without any formal training. Sharp observations and experiments were their keys to success. The second part is dedicated to those who were driven by their passion and will power. The last part describes the skills possessed by those whose best assets are their creative minds. Connect the Dots, published on 1st July, 2012, reveals inspiring stories about business enterprises which are popular today because of their drive to succeed.

Key Features:

  • More than a million copies of this best-seller book has been sold.
  • In the year 2011, it was nominated for the Economist Crossword Popular Award.

Description of Connect the Dots

About the Author

Rashmi Bansal is popular for her bestselling books. She is also an entrepreneur, a youth expert and a columnist. She started her writing career with her blog, Youth Curry. She mentors students and has also been a guest lecturer at top-notch colleges. Rashmi works as a columnist at Businessworld and rediff.com. Apart from this book, Rashmi has also authored I Have a Dream, Follow Every Rainbow, Stay Hungry Stay Foolish and Poor Little Rich Slum.

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