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Read Go Kiss the World book reviews & author details and more at tingmisscomptarmi.cf 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 - Kindle edition by Subroto Bagchi. Download it once and read it on your Kindle 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.

I was the last child of a small-time government servant, in a family of five brothers. It was, and remains as back of beyond as you can imagine. There was no electricity; no primary school nearby and water did not flow out of a tap. As a result, 1 did not go to school until the age of eight; I was home-schooled. My father used to get transferred every year. The family belongings fit into the back of a jeep - so the family moved from place to place and without any trouble, my Mother would set up an establishment and get us going. Raised by a widow who had come as a refugee from the then East Bengal, she was a matriculate when she married my Father. My parents set the foundation of my life and the value system, which makes me what I am today and largely, defines what success means to me today. As District Employment Officer, my father was given a jeep by the government. There was no garage in the Office, so the jeep was parked in our house. My father refused to use it to commute to the office. He also made sure that we never sat in the government jeep - we could sit in it only when it was stationary. That was our early childhood lesson in governance - a lesson that corporate managers learn the hard way, some never do. As small children, we were taught not to call him by his name. When 'hear that term from a school- or college-going person, cringe.

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Subroto Bagchi. The Professional. The Elephant Catchers. On Leadership and Innovation. How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long. The title should be at least 4 characters long. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them.

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No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! You've successfully reported this review. He's inspired small-town India, guiding aspiring businessmen and young entrepreneurs. He's proved that success isn't always linked to inherited wealth, nepotism and fancy degrees.

And ethics will never go out of style. He grew up with no electricity or running water and was home-schooled till he was 8 years old.

Today, he's the founder and Chairman of Mindtree, one of India's most admired software companies. To be in the corporate world. His first business articles were for Data Quest magazine, which was run by a friend. I also get an equal number of people who say the book showed them why they shouldn't get into business. What surprised Bagchi were the Korean and Chinese translations. Fiction from India has always been available, but business books were not expected to come out of here.

Not self help.