New Delhi [India]Jan 21 (ANI / SRV Media): Baljeet Gujral is an average boy next door who had humble beginnings with a low-income family background. But this boy from Mumbai turned around receiving a double master’s degree from Ivy League institutes like Oxford and IIM, and battered the corporate world by hanging his boots at the height of his career as an investment banker at a Swiss bank.
He started his new innings at the age of 30 when he entered the business world and over the past decade built two very successful brands, Enfield Riders and BucketList Experiences.
After completing a year-long business transformation program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2019, this serial entrepreneur decided to surpass his role as CEO and mentor of startups and small businesses that have just started their journey. While working with these founders, Baljeet realized the missing links and the reason why most of these business owners failed what they did. Despite the skills, perfect business plans, and strong financial understanding, these entrepreneurs have failed to achieve their goals of moving their businesses forward.
That has led Baljeet to put together a guide that will benefit not only first-time business owners but also existing founders who are dragged into the chaos and forget about having the qualities that make them the bluish entrepreneurs they need to be.
Baljeet’s book “Entrepreneurship Essentials – What They Don’t Teach You in Business Schools” is creating waves in the entrepreneurship world. The book received recommendations and recommendations from industry insiders, the corporate CEO brotherhood, venture capital firm partners, and senior professors and lecturers from Ivy League colleges around the world.
The most intriguing part of the book is the subtitle that describes, “What They Don’t Teach in Business Schools.”
“What most people learn at business schools is how to make business plans, how to handle sales and marketing, how to manage finances, etc. But no business school teaches you the pillars and fundamentals of an entrepreneur beyond these terms Through my journey of building and successfully scaling companies, I recognized the importance of mindset, passion, grit, willpower, hectic pace, daring, leadership, network, failure and purpose. These attributes became the building block and inspiration for me writing this book, “said Baljeet when asked how he came across this idea of the subtitle.
To better understand why these qualities are so important, the book also highlights the valuable experiences of 17 other seasoned founders Baljeet met during the Seed Transformation Program at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. These business owners have shared their views and thoughts on the topics covered in each chapter. Through their entrepreneurial journeys, they provide insights into the world of entrepreneurship and the role these attributes play in the larger scheme of things.
“I hope the book is an inspiration to those willing to take the lesser-traveled road and open doors to the business world. But before they get involved, what it takes will in some ways help.” ” The journey for them is less painful and more engaging. The tools and framework in this book will meet the reader’s expectations, especially from the point of view of someone who has no preconceived notions about what entrepreneurship really is, “said Baljeet when asked what his take-away author would be Would like to have readers from this book.
The book is already making waves and paving its way into the bestseller charts upon its release. If you’ve decided to be an entrepreneur or want to understand what’s behind becoming an entrepreneur, this book is a must have.
For all enterprising and budding entrepreneurs, order your copy of the book now at: https://www.amazon.in/dp/9390507634
You can read more about the author at: https://www.baljeetgujral.com/
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