I Did It My Way by Bikram Dasgupta | Book Review
Summary:Story of a middle-class Bengali boy whose impatience became the reason for his success.
Bikram Dasgupta has seen it all—from a boy who joined IIT Kharagpur for ‘serious fun’ to selling oxygen cylinders in his first job; from being dubbed as an ‘ideas man’ by IT doyen Shiv Nadar to co-founding India’s number one PC company of its time, and then going solo with his own entrepreneurial venture.
I Did it My Way is not a rags-to-riches story, but a fascinating insight into the life and times of someone who didn’t shy away from thinking big and, for whom, progress meant creating his own road and establishing new milestones. Bikram reveals his beliefs, ideas, influences, failures, and successes in a rollercoaster journey of over 30 years, exemplified by a single-minded, near obsessive determination to move ahead in life, despite debacles.
The book is ultimately about reiterating the belief that every person has the power to create their own destiny.
Release date:April 30th 2018
No. of Pages:Paperback, 174 Pages
This book's language is so simple but the information that it passes is so important. It's not something you could read overnight and know it all the next morning.
For all the millennials those who are passionate and obsessed with there dreams and are willing to do what they really want to do, this book is for you. Dont give up your dreams no matter how hard it gets. I highly recommend to everyone out there to read this book it will be the difference to make a difference in your life.
It's a very engaging read, and well worth the time for students of business and entrepreneurism. You’ll learn things that you won’t learn anywhere else and you’ll learn things that you can only learn from a story.