Go Kiss the World: Life Lessons for the Young Professional

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Penguin Books India, Aug 5, 2009 - Business & Economics - 239 pages
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'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 what he calls the 'material simplicity' of rural and small-town Orissa, imbibing from his family a sense of contentment, constant wonder, connectedness to a larger whole and learning from unusual sources. From humble beginnings, he went on to achieve extraordinary professional success, eventually co-founding MindTree, one of India'‚™s most admired software services companies.

Through personal anecdotes and simple words of wisdom, Subroto Bagchi brings to the young professional lessons in working and living, energizing ordinary people to lead extraordinary lives. Go Kiss the World will be an inspiration to 'young India', and to those who come from small-town India, urging them to recognize and develop their inner strengths, thereby helping them realize their own, unique potential.
 

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A handbook for each and every budding professional who can bet their life against any odd to develop something constructive. No matter from where he belongs, not in consideration whether he has food to live up, but the passion inside you is enough to ignite a sparkle. This book can lift a person one step up in the success ladder only to find his foot in the next step too. A must read to gain strength, attain success and execute flawlessly for those who want it from core of their heart.  

Contents

Prologue
7
PART II
82
10
99
1
133
Learning to Listen
145
Who Is a Good Leader?
150
The Entrepreneur as Leader
155
Coping with Midlife Crisis
161
Leadership in a Time of Crisis
189
Tomorrow Always Comes
202
22
207
Servant Leadership
214
Lifes Personal Angels
218
105
222
Go Kiss the World
224
Epilogue
236

PART III
165
The Pain of Rebirth
169
The Joy of Being Reborn
175
Further Reading
238
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