SUBROTO BAGCHI GO KISS THE WORLD EBOOK

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Read Go Kiss the World book reviews & author details and more at bacttemcocani.gq Free delivery Subroto Bagchi is an author, business leader and entrepreneur. 'Go, kiss the world' were Subroto Bagchi's blind mother's last words to him. These words became the guiding principle of his life. Subroto Bagchi grew up amidst. 'Go, kiss the world' were Subroto Bagchi's blind mother's last words to him. These words became the guiding principle of his life. Subroto.


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But as Subroto Bagchi says: `Go Kiss the World did not provide a tool kit.'In The Professional he gives us his knowledge, based on his lifelong. Go Kiss World - site edition by Subroto Bagchi. Download it once and read it on your site device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note. Read "Go Kiss World" by Subroto Bagchi available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get RS. off your first download. 'Go, kiss the world' were Subroto.

In the Panchatantra, there is a story of a poor Brahmin who sees an old tiger in a forest. The tiger has a golden bangle in his paws and offers it to the man. The man is frightened and doesn't want to go near the tiger. The tiger moans that he is too old to hunt and kill and is now at the end of his life. He is toothless and his claws have all but fallen. The tiger wants to make penance by offering the bagle to a good man so that he can atone for a life of violence.

The animal sounds so genuine, the poor Brahmin pities the tiger; he believes the story.

He enters the pond, only to get stuck in the mud. The tiger promptly devours the Brahmin. The question is: Who killed the man? Is it the tiger or the man's greed? Many years later, I read Otto Scharmer's book U Theory that reminded me of the sessions at the shore house.

In many ways, our work during the two days was like travelling 'through the U' as Scharmer tells you - an experience of 'sensing' in the beginning as you travel down the U, 'presencing' as you settle at the bottom and then the experience of 'realizing' as you move up the right side of the U. The process is what he calls 'leading from the future'. As you move from sensing to presencing, you first learn to let go, before you can 'let come'.

Answers often jump out of the stillness of your mind. Uruguayan team's air-crash case study: In October , an Uruguayan rugby team had chartered a Fairchild F to get to Chile. Flying over Argentina, the plane met with rough weather over the Andes and crashed and many aboard dies on a snowbound peak. The people who were in the fuselage escaped miraculously as the rear section slid out on the snow.

What followed is a tale of hope and hopelessness as the survivors went through a seventy-two-day ordeal during which they had to, at one stage, eat the flesh of their dead compatriots in order to stay alive.

Through this real story of courage and determination, powerful leadership lesson emerged. I would definitely remember the material How a middle-class person went all the way through his journey to be one of the co-founders of MindTree.

I would definitely remember the material simplicity that their parents taught him and what he continued to have. Enjoyed reading it. Books from management big shots are a dime a dozen, found this to be a slightly different one. Quite a small volume, filled with anecdotes and simple to read sums this book up. I did not have a high flying expectation from the book and it wasn't much of a ground breaking work either. It has all the stamps of a quiet,consummate professional.

Perceptions about this book vary and I would recommend it for those who prefer a simple, quiet read from a sound management mind. Dec 06, Nidhi rated it it was ok Shelves: You can fine the complete review on http: Oct 27, Prats rated it really liked it.

Beautiful book, Story of how a disoriented graduate nurtured himself to be a professional and actually the founder of one of the most respected and admired companies in Indian IT space.

The book has loads of learning on values, ethics, conduct and generally the life for young and established professional. Overall a good read. Jan 01, Kanwarpal Singh rated it it was amazing. Jun 20, Nitsina is currently reading it. No doubt It is a great work. Now Mind Tree share price gone up three fold. It is very sad I could not download the shares.

The book is simple narration of his hard and good times in life. He is very open and down-to-earth. It is an amazing saga of a village boy coming to the hel No doubt It is a great work. It is an amazing saga of a village boy coming to the helm of a corporate venture Mind Tree.

View 1 comment. Jul 05, Ravinder rated it liked it. Subroto has one important message for the current generation about to start their careers - do not overplan. God does laugh even at Subroto every now and then, and to overcome this he shows how a heads down approach has worked very well for him, and should work for most of us too.

One flaw in the book from my perspective is that even Subroto falls prey to presenting his DCM experience with a senior manager as a "I'm right, and he was wrong" view. Jun 21, Khem Singh rated it really liked it.

Aug 26, Reema D'Souza rated it liked it. A great book with a lot valuable lessons for young people. My all time favourite book.

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I turn to it so often. Check this url for my review http: Sep 16, Farah rated it really liked it.

Many pointers to be taken from this book. The simplcity and humility of the author makes you smile while completing the last page of the book. Oct 17, Kashyap rated it really liked it.

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Bagchi's mother. Oct 09, Khushbu Batta rated it it was ok. The lessons to take away are many and very true too. Sep 15, Shruti rated it liked it. I generally don't read self help book they make me feel even more helpless But this one was quite fascinating.

The narrator recounts how he rose from a clerk in a govt office to a co-founder of a IT startup. The lessons were interesting, especially the ones when he worked for Wipro. Few things really stuck with me after I closed the book.

Although, some things like names and their histo 'Go, kiss the world' were Bagchi's blind mother's last words which became the guiding principle of his life.

Although, some things like names and their history were dull, little stories of Bagchi kept me going. I don't know if this is the best book out there for management, but If you are hungry for knowledge or simply want to gain some valuable life lessons, I would totally recommend it!

May 13, Shubhankar Gupta rated it liked it. This is a management cum autobiography cum inspirational book which teaches you how you should never deny any kind of work which you are asked to do and keep the energy on.

This book encapsulates how an ordinary man from ordinary suburbs of Orissa began his journey leading to founding one of the acclaimed IT company in India- Mindtree. This was in a true sense my first management book and I loved how simply Subroto Bagchi has described his ascetic bringing and hardships of the early job. Sep 04, Viral rated it really liked it. This one from Subroto Bagchi is a good read. It explains some useful advice for the young generation, basically the career mistakes.

The journey from being an employee to an entrepreneur is also detailed. Also, the making of Mindtree is described in brief. Overall a good read for someone who has begun his career and has an entrepreneurial mindset.

Sep 26, Ankur Dixit rated it really liked it. Good book on author's life lessons,experiences and leanings. It is apparent to know that a person who stick to life principles and human values can achieve anything and raise billion dollar company. Jul 02, Vasu Gopal rated it it was amazing. A very well narrated and structured book taking you from the ground level to achieve the dreams.

Very well articulated explaining deep meaning and trying to share the experience in the most beautiful words, not to offend anybody as well as get the meaning through. Sep 14, Anisha rated it it was amazing Shelves: I had five minutes too choose a book at the airport and I'm so glad I picked this one.

I was amazed at the writing style of Subroto. It was inspiring to read his career decisions and progress. There was at least one take away for me from each chapter. Even an ordinary man can achieve extraordinary things. Life of poverty and depravity changed to its simplicity. The spell-binding experience of Subroto Bagchi from rag to rich connects to a common man and his aspiration to think big, dream BIG. Jan 12, Pooja Rai rated it really liked it Shelves: A good read to learn insightful lessons through interesting anectodes from the author's life.

Also you get to have a sense of how the IT industry bloomed and what was it like to be a part of it.

Aug 10, Shahid rated it it was amazing. A good read. Mar 03, Shruti rated it really liked it Shelves: It is an inspiring read, it can come across as a bit preachy but it did make me want to believe in his mantras.. Apr 06, Santosh Sagar rated it really liked it.

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Feb 04, Bhavesh Kourani rated it really liked it. The basic aim of the author behind writing this book is that he wants us — the readers — to go through his life which is full of ups and downs, and how he managed to learn from each and every person he came in contact through his entire life till now.

Author imposes a clear message how one can easily succeed by being simple, knowledgeable, able to deal with different persons, showing empathy, listening to the people, etc. The story starts with the birth of the child in the simple not well-to-do yet knowledgeable family.

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Higher the Risk Greater the Success.Full Name Comment goes here. Hardcover , pages. The juniormost engineer could simply walk into his office, pull up a chair and sound out what could be sometimes the most absurd technical idea or a trivial pesonal issue.

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