Varun Agarwal. The protagonist dreams about becoming an entrepreneur without much support from people around him. Convention emerges as a potent problem in the form of Engineering and MBA degrees. Alongside, there is also Anu Aunty, his mother's best friend who turns into his biggest threat.
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Varun Agarwal English. Varun is a recent engineering graduate. His hours are filled with friends, pub hopping, and stalking his love-interest on Facebook. Through it all though, Varun harbours ambitions of becoming a successful entrepreneur. Meanwhile, Varuns mother, who is disturbed by her sons lack of focus on life, enlistshergoodfriendAnuAuntytoputhimontrack.
ThemeddlingAnuAunty is more than willing to take up this assignment. How Varun dodges Anu Auntys nosey, irksome ways, en route to realizing his entrepreneurial dreams, makes for a story worth reading.
Rate Product. While surfing TED talks - I chanced upon the one by Varun Agarwal - which led me to get a copy of this book through flipkart. Being an oldie - nearing 60 - wasn't sure what was in store. When I started with it, what amused me was a note at the very beginning by Varun to his Mum - if you ever find this book, don't read beyond this point. If you do, please don't disown me. You know I love you' The amusement never diminished - apologies to economic law of diminishing returns - till the end e This is a great book.
I just read it in a day though I am just 14 I loved the book. I got very interested in this book that I had not had lunch as I was reading. There is a lot of scenarios in this book which cannot be told in words. Must read book!! Its Amazing to read such Entrepreneurial experiences from India and Varun is strongly focusing on Entrepreneurial capabilities of Indian and the Stop force of Indian Youngsters in the form of Anu Aunty character.
Its really great to have such startups in India but Bro please don't become another Chetan Bhagat in Language You are an awesome narrator but at times feels bad to read such Language I enjoyed the book to read and narrated the whole Entrepreneurial concept in a non-boring manner. I am awestruck after reading this book completely in one sitting; yea u heard it right I am 22 from Kolkata.
Even I wanted start my own business. But I screwed up. I am fucked up. My website got shut within months. Srinivasan Certified Buyer , Chennai Sep, Excellent book for anyone wanting to create their own path in life. Not only is it inspirational, it is filled with humour and a movie like storyline as well! Its like a movie than an inspirational tale! Being from the same age group, i could relate all the incidents in the book. This book has made me daydream thinking about oneself as an entrepreneur.
This is what the young boys like me need know about the business, it's so simple. Just gather little courage and take your innovative idea to the next level. Hey, bro it has boosted my mural as I am facing some what similar problem and your use of social networking sites is just amazing, specialy the use of justdial. What ever you say but does she loves you or your present status remains a big question mark?? Akshay Todkari Jul, Have doubts regarding this product?
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How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co-Founded A Million Dollar Company : Varun Agarwal Tells Us !
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How I braved Anu Aunty and Co founded a million dollar company
Two friends—an enterprising M. What sets him apart from the rest of us is one simple fact—he founds a company that is worth a million dollars. How I braved Anu Aunty and Co-founded a Million Dollar Company is not a book that will appease critical eyes—just as its author says right at the beginning, this is no work of Ernest Hemingway. There is no concrete storyline, no deep plot to analyse; this is just pure storytelling, as if he were sitting across the table from you, beer in hand.