Subroto Bhagchi

Subroto Bagchi grew up amidst what he calls the ‘material simplicity’
From humble beginnings, he went on toachieve extraordinary professional success, eventually co-foundingMindTree, one of India’s most admired software services companies
Through personal anecdotes and simple words of wisdom, Subroto Bagchi brings to the young professional lessons in working and living,energizing ordinary people to lead extraordinary lives

book sold out 10,000 copies in the first three weeks of its coming out.I am told it is a record for a business book in India.He shares his formula for building life as a professional
the story draws upon a modest family leading life without electricity and taps to which the author belongs.the central idea being ordinary ppl can do extraordinary things.the book narrates the life of subrato bhagchi who has beautifully elucidated the various lessons he learnt in different walks of his life be it from the leaders of world acclaim to any other ordinary person among the street vendors.learn to respect the smaller folks than the bigger ones,u treat them with a pat and a smile they would walk up with u to the end of this world.The importance of resilience over brilliance and things like that are surfaced amazingly.granted the book makes for a wonderful reading,more importantly the language used in the book shows how effortlessly the ideas flow from the authors perspective.

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  1. Good job!! Wpuld really like to read this one.. Like your writing skills.Would like to see more of book reviews. Keep blogging !!

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