- Paperback: 242 pages
- Publisher: Collins Business India; 1 edition (29 September 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9789351772262
- ISBN-13: 978-9351772262
- ASIN: 9351772268
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.8 x 19.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 40 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,442 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Underage CEOs: Fascinating Stories of Young Indians Who Became CEOs in their Twenties Paperback – 29 Sep 2015
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Ganesh is a freelance writer and marketing professional. He has a distinct bias for the free life and loves to go off the beaten track. A great believer in human potential, he is always on the lookout for unusual stories around him. He has written for leading publications like Christian Science Monitor, Financial Chronicle, Spice Route, JetWings and Travel3sixty. You can read more about him on his website www.ganeshv.com and write to him at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Just completed reading 'The underage Ceos' by Ganesh Vancheeswaran.
The book is an awesome read.It's written in a simple way(I really like books written that way as the objective is to communicate).
Each and every story is inspiring.My favourite is that of Shadab Hasan who is running a school in a backward area.
And its not just about some person who made it really big and showing off their cars and yachts. This is more real and inspiring stuff. Something that we can relate too.
Ganesh has captured the tentativeness,self doubts,fear of the entrepreneur as it is.(Nothing more nothing less).Some things like passion is unexplainable and I like it when Ganesh mentions it the same way.Without trying too much to create a story or reason for it.
I like the fact that he has chosen entrepreneurs doing things as diverse as web development,Dance school,School in Rural area,Urban farming,Anaerobic culture .Simply amazing.
And final 2 chapters are really important and will be a delight for anyone trying to decipher 'Funding'.
On the whole this is a great book and is sure to inspire you.
This is the best book on entrepreneurship that I have come across so far. The author seems to be conversing with the reader, instead of just providing facts and numbers. He comes across as someone who is very sensitive and knows the pulse of the reader.
There are useful lessons highlighted at the end of every story and a message from the entrepreneur. I also liked the interviews with an investor and an entrepreneur on funding ventures.
A gripping read, nothing short of a thriller for those who dare to dream and want to do something on their own in life; those who want to get out of the rut. It has made me believe that if these 11 youngsters can do it, so can I!
Ganesh has brilliantly captured this pattern of grit, persistence and innovative creativity against all odds!
Something so many of us can relate to.
Inspiring read! Great job!
Keep going Ganesh!!