The Game Changers

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  • Paperback
  • 262 pages
  • The Game Changers
  • Rahul Kumar
  • English
  • 25 January 2018
  • 8184002734

About the Author: Rahul Kumar

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The Game Changers Entrepreneurship Is Not Just About Breaking Free From The To Humdrum, Not About Being Your Own Boss, And Definitely Not Glorious The Entrepreneur Shuns The Comfort Of A Cushy Corporate Job And A Seven Figure Salary To Set Sail On Unchartered Waters With A Single Minded Zeal And Only An Idea As An Anchor But It Is This Idea And Passion That Makes All The Difference And Catapults Him Into A World Of Infinite PossibilitiesThe Game Changers Brings To You Success Stories Of IITians Who Went On To Live The Big Dream These Include Suhas Patil, Vijay Kumar, Vinod Gupta, Sam Dalal, Sridhar Mitta, Arjun Malhotra, Kiran Seth, Prabhakant Sinha, Ranbir Singh Gupta, Bikram Dasgupta, Praful Kulkarni, Sunil Gaitonde, Anand Deshpande, Arvind Kejriwal, Harish Hande, Anuradha Acharya, Venkata Subramanian, Bikash Barai, Vikram Kumar, And Krishna MehraWith A Foreword By Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor Of The Reserve Bank Of India, And An Introduction By Dr Damodar Acharya, Director, IIT Kharagpur, This Book Marks Sixty Golden Years Of India S Finest Institute Come, Be A Part Of Their Journey, Get Inspired To Dream, And Make Your Own Story

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10 thoughts on “The Game Changers

  1. Santhosh says:

    After the wave of campus novels, we now have the era of the famous alumni bios The authors of this book about 20 of IIT Kharagpur sillustrious alumni have very recent connections with their alma mater, with two of them in fact still in their 4th year Perhaps, that s the reason why there s an undertone of the fanboy throughout the book There are also generous doses, as stated by the various subjects of the book, of stuff you d prepare for a hypothetical why IIT Kharagpur question the After the wave of campus novels, we now have the era of the famous alumni bios The authors of this book about 20 of IIT Kharagpur sillustrious alumni have very recent connections with their alma mater, with two of them in fact still in their 4th year Perhaps, that s the reason why there s an undertone of the fanboy throughout the book There are also generous doses, as stated by the various subjects of the book, of stuff you d prepare for a hypothetical why IIT Kharagpur question the best college in the country, the most stimulating environment, the smartest peers, learn from the best, etc.It s a decent attempt and the authors have done their best to standardise the format which makes it easy to read, structure and compare The selection of subjects is excellent and covers a good range of fields and accomplishments The trouble with the book, though, is that for most of these bios, with a few notable exceptions, there is not much original or incisive research on the subject s inside story, the 360 degree perspective from associates and peers, the context, the background, the struggle, the lessons, and above all, the subject s thought process The biographies are thus extremely sketchy with It was very challenging, but being young, they didn t take the general scepticism too seriously, and took risks and decisions without much worry and Suhas got married and in no time his first child was ready for school. The subjects were all highly motivated , worked round the clock with utmost dedication , and achieved their dreams I wonder what the editors were doing I personally see three reasons behind this new wave of alumni bios 1 quick fix to become a published writer2 a bit of chest thumping pride in their alma mater3 if the campus novels were meant for entertainment, then these could be for inspiration.Now, for me to be inspired though, or at the least made curious, I d want to read the thought, intent and context behind a particular decision, and not just the decision as a statement of fact Reading just that World War II happened is completely different from also reading about why and how WWII took place I wonder if any constraints on the number of pages dictated by price played a part in the rushed, sketchy outline of a biographies book this and others in the genre turns out to be because, duh, you cannot skip the basics in a biography, and damn , you re out of pages.During my third year in Engineering, to commemorate some now forgotten event, a bunch of us from the Lit club made a scrapbook of sorts Mad About Madurai with bios of the most illustrious in Madurai s history, and presented it to our correspondent and mayor I think it s time I dug it out from my old desktop.2 stars because the attempt s still better than Rashmi Bansal s desi style mix of motivational one liners, verbatim quotes from the subject in the vernacular, and a steady dosage of random idioms and phrases

  2. Shalaka says:

    Motivational Inspiring Lessons learnt for life Great ideas are churned out from chaos One should not be married to an idea as it can prove to be highly dangerous Becoming dispassionate with the idea is necessary as it gives a different vantage point.Lastly, there are no rules to entrepreneurship

  3. Nitin Vadher says:

    This book is given by my wife on my birthday, I don t know why she has chosen this book for me, and I think I have changed her life after marriage so she has given me as this game changer, ha ha ha ha After Rashmi Bhansal s connect the dots and many other series of entrepreneurship books, many authors have taken a less risky genre for writing the book, as this types of books sells like a hot chocolate cakes publishers are also eager to publish this types of books Entrepreneur books are always This book is given by my wife on my birthday, I don t know why she has chosen this book for me, and I think I have changed her life after marriage so she has given me as this game changer, ha ha ha ha After Rashmi Bhansal s connect the dots and many other series of entrepreneurship books, many authors have taken a less risky genre for writing the book, as this types of books sells like a hot chocolate cakes publishers are also eager to publish this types of books Entrepreneur books are always my first preference, as you will know how that particular person has came out of struggle and made his own path for success Generally, people looks on the success side of any person but how he she has reached that goal is not taken into consideration, but by reading these types of books it gives lots of inspiration to the readers Now about this book Game changer, to be frank I didn t like the book that much, I didn t got what I have expected This book is some what monotonous and boring many times Although there are many inspiring stories like that of Dr Harish Hande, Anuradha Acharya, Venkata Subramanian, Arvind Kejriwal etc they all have done some unique things Other stories are like technical stuffs, as I am not from IIT i didn t got with the headings also where RK hall, RP hall etc, so if authors have given some background then it would be good for the readers I am giving 2.5 for the book, those who are from IT field will like it Go for the book any how you will get inspiration from 20 such stories

  4. Ayush Garg says:

    Well I would have given it 3.5 to be precise but unfortunately there is no option like that here It was a decent book with some really inspirational stories However towards the end of the book you start feeling a little bored as all the stories seem alike Also the book is a bitinto technical stuff than required And the stories are not detailed to a great extent.Only the achievements have been focused on with very less emphasis given to how they achieved it But overall, a decent read Well I would have given it 3.5 to be precise but unfortunately there is no option like that here It was a decent book with some really inspirational stories However towards the end of the book you start feeling a little bored as all the stories seem alike Also the book is a bitinto technical stuff than required And the stories are not detailed to a great extent.Only the achievements have been focused on with very less emphasis given to how they achieved it But overall, a decent read and a good read for budding entrepreneurs Lastly, My favourite story Arvind kejriwal The agent of Change

  5. Pranay says:

    Nice book Not very well written but worth a read

  6. Abhijit Shintre says:

    very gud motivational book

  7. Casidye says:

    As the title says it, They really changed the game Arvind Kejriwal and Suhas Patil stories inspired me a lot How a most powerful Act changed whole India to get any information about public service.

  8. Ashwini Kumar Sharma says:

    Inspiring tales of great people from IIT Kgp, motivating for everyone and a must read for entrepreneurs.

  9. Radhika says:

    Its a good and inspirational book Entrepreneurs must read this

  10. Saifuddin Shaik says:

    A enlightening read The success stories are truly inspirational Many of them are from the Software sector though The writer has covered all the areas of the Alumni I would recommend it.