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Just Another Book

May 21, 2010

Connect The Dots is yet another inspirational collection of biographies from the author of the bestseller Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Rashmi Bansal.


The latter is a compilation of stories of 25 IIM-A grads who chose entrepreneurship over well-paid high-end jobs. A difficult path to tread, it shows that a degree from the premier institute of India is not enough to make it big.


Connect The Dots goes a step further, by describing the fruitful efforts of 20 non-MBA entrepreneurs who dared to challenge with their extra-ordinary ideas and firm business values.

The subjects are passionate, interesting people leading amazing, meaningful lives. Extremely motivational, the book is a must read for all those who desire to prove themselves.

 "Connect The Dots"


Connect The Dots confirms the fact that one doesn’t need to be born in money, or possess a degree. Sound, logical, common-sense combined with a drive for the unexpected to happen go a long way in gaining success.


Rashmi Bansal, a IIM-A graduate herself, rose to fame with her first work highlighting the struggles of her compatriots in the world of business. She is a co-founder and editor of JAM (Just Another Magazine) and also hosts a popular blog: Youth Curry.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. May 21, 2010 10:12 PM

    The next book I’ve decided to read, is going to be written by none other than me myself! 😛 Yes, I’ve been working on a book. And hopefully, I’ll be done soon! 😉 And then, I’ll want some promotion from you for my book! #Daydreaming

  2. May 22, 2010 9:39 PM

    Nice piece of information. Read the first one… will grab the second one too!

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