Rashmi Bansal speaks of people that have made it big by sticking to their roots and develop their learnings from there. All her books have been about simple strategies that the common man can apply at the workplace. From Connect the Dots to Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish, she has always tried to keep it simple and sorted when it comes to aspects of business.
Her new book, ?Take Me Home? as the title suggests is a book of stories. The stories are of twenty entrepreneurs who have made it big by sticking to the simple rule: Start from Home. The lessons and success stories and sometimes that of failure and learnings from them, have all come from home. The writing is simple and easy to understand. Bansal once again gives us insight to management and entrepreneurial lessons in the most interesting manner.
Twenty people, separated by culture and language as vast as the nation that gave them birth, had one thing in common: a dream. Take Me Home is the collection of their stories, Rashmi Bansal?s inspirational book on Entrepreneurship and Business.
Summary of the Book
Take Me Home collects the stories of twenty people from small towns across India, showing readers how they succeeded in their endeavours and realized their dreams of owning large companies. The book shows one how location does not matter when building a business empire. No longer are we limited by small towns or minimal resources: all that matters is a desire to see one?s dream realized. From Parakram Singh Jadeja in Rajkot to Deepak Dadhoti in Belgaum, these stories bring out Ms. Bansal?s message that any dream can be achieved through perseverance and hard work.