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Book review : Losing My Virginity a Book by Richard Branson

Entrepreneurship is what Richard Branson all about.. From school days to space edge.. He has delivered all, with human face to it.

What amazes me, and what’s my take away from this book📖 is, learn from your past, understand weakness, and focus on strength. And again how a teamwork is bottom of all successful initiatives!

Well written, and some time it keep you on edge to know what happen next. It’s mot only how he travelled across globe in a balloon, but also how he changed the world’s view on Virgin. 

Some suggestions of his on improving the image of world in the eyes of a child are really well thought, and really need world’s attention.

Full of initiatives from his collage days till today, from as small as collage magazine to as big as “global elders”!

A firm believer on “Man created the problem. Man should solve the problem. There must be somebody out there who can sort it out. There are a lot of good brains out there!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ from me for this book.
Enjoy reading.



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Book Review : Accidental Prime Minister

A book, not by choice but by influence I took as my next reading… Just to check what hype and for what? 😉

Though Baru says ‘most’ of the book is positive, it’s hard to find why it has so negative influence ;), and hence I took challenge of reading this book.

Some time it seems author is sharing his complaints with PM in this book. Incidences like ‘his ranking’ and how didn’t got offer to have lunch with PM! Are such a small detail, which could be very well ignored.

Sharing Sanjaya Baru’s experience at 7RCS, at least helped me to imagine how things work at Prime Minister’s place.

The book from ex, media advices tries to justifies his intentions on numerous occasion, and sometime consider himself responsible for rise of Dr. Singh, but at same time, it misses the impact when it comes to understand why? And how? Of ‘fall of PM’

All in all, interesting book to understand RCS and political jargon, but definitely not a history book! 

2 and 1/2 star from me 🙂

Happy reading…


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