Start-Up Sutra: What the Angels Won't Tell You About Business and Life is a book that describes the life of an entrepreneur through a conversation between Rohit and his philosopher turned entrepreneur friend and mentor, Moojin. Describing the life of Abhishek and Abhinav Sinha, the book focuses on the challenges and difficulties that an entrepreneur has to face to attain success in his endeavors. Though Abhishek and Abhinav are the founders of a financial services company, their journey had not been easy and they have had to face challenges and difficulties in order to become successful entrepreneurs.
Adding a lot of value and interest to the book is the character of Moojin, who with his views on spirituality and philosophy not only manages to put his point across in a valid manner, but he also makes his ideas highly relatable and engaging. Start-Up Sutra: What the Angels Won't Tell You About Business and Life is therefore not just based on entrepreneurship and business, but also has various aspects of spiritualism, philosophy and motivation. A must-listen, this book should be listened to by people from various backgrounds as it inspiring and thoughtful at the same time.
So what are the sutras for entrepreneurial success? What are the daily struggles and dramas on the road to achievement? By perfectly combining the qualities that are needed for entrepreneurial success, this book dares the listeners to dream big and changes the way they think. By weaving entrepreneurship with a gripping story based on philosophy, the book takes the listeners on a journey where love, philosophy, and faith in destiny can help them achieve success even when things are falling apart. Additionally, the book ends with an inspiring quote that states why entrepreneurship is so important in today's world. The author says that today both socialism and communism are not able to serve society, while Gandhism has failed in its mission.
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Great content and narration, but a slow ending.
- Piyush Yadav