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Publisher's Summary

Mahima Mehra did it.

Ranjiv Ramchandani did it.

Kalyan Varma did it.

Connect the Dots is the story of 20 enterprising individuals without MBAs who started their own ventures. They were driven by the desire to prove themselves. To lead interesting, passionate, meaningful lives. Their stories say one thing loud and clear: you don't need a fancy degree or a rich daddy to dream big and make it happen. It's all in your head, your heart, your hands.

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A set of patterns to look for in entrepreneurs

Reader: Very gripping & well read


Content: The book is written in a lucid manner, while highlighting the key commonalities between startups. Its recommended for anyone interested in doing anything related to business in India

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Passionate presentation

both the stories and the reader inspired passion in the listener. especially i was listening while on my regular walk...you won't believe my average walking KMs increased by 2 Kms or so...

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  • JohanAE
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Interesting Business Stories

I would have given it a higher rating but some of it wasn't in English so I didn't know what it was saying. Some of it was in Hindi (I think) and then the same phrase was translated immediately but other times it wasn't translated into English at all.