How to Kick Your Boss!
K. Bhatia

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Synopsis

In this book:

• What it takes to be an Entrepreneur?

• An Idea can(‘t) change your life!

• How much money do you need?

• Angels, VCs and Sharks!

• The Elevator Pitch

• The Business Model

• B2B or B2C?

• The Business Plan

• What’s your USP?

• Creating Value

• Find out a garage!

• Red Ocean vs. Blue Ocean

• Disruptive Innovation!

• Vision, Mission and DNA

• Building a Team

• Laws of Entrepreneurial Success

…and much more!

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Vishal

This one is quite absorbing!

Mar 02 '16
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pandustar

Nothing new about what is being said here. It reads more like a financial newspaper or magazine. One thing is for sure, you certainly know how to use the right words. It's not jargon, just a very good use of words.
Might I suggest that this entire self help story be overlooked and this changed into a fiction novel? Because you have a gift and with this story I only see a few peeks under a thick cloud cover.

Mar 02 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

Nice book, good flow of words, could do with some polishing though.

Dec 06 '15
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pritam bhutada

There is something to learn from this book

Dec 02 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Nov 09 '15
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Sanjay Thakur

Dear Mr. Bhatia, It's been a pleasure going through your manuscript. It' well-thought, an well-woven. What it misses is the depth and the fire to awaken the entrepreneur out of someone. I like the honesty and simplicity of your words.
Here is wishing you more ink (can't say tabs!).

Nov 06 '15
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Anish Patilkar

There are many books on entrepreneurship.
I did not find this out of the box.

Nov 02 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Might be the best self help book I have read on BGB so far. The author has kept his thoughts coherent and well structured, and has conveyed them as such. That might be because he has had some writing experience. A writer can slip up at any of the two stages, the worse being not having your ideas in order in your head in the first place. There is no way then you can get them down on paper in any semblance of readability. However, even if you do have your ideas sorted out, it still requires skill to convey them properly.

Nov 02 '15
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About the author

K. Bhatia Follow

Hi, I am K. Bhatia. I have authored a number of books and e-Books on topics ranging from Photography to Finance, and from Company Law to Entrepreneurship. My forthcoming book is: How to Kick Your Boss! (A step-by-step guide for Entrepreneurs).