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Sunday, May 27, 2018

Reviews of '63 Rejections: The Fight to Break Even'

Author: Kaushik Mudda
Publisher: LeadStart Publishing
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 978-93-52015-72-6
Page Count: 116
Edition: First, 2015

About the Book
This book is a narration about how author started a company Ethereal Machines that he dreamt about since his graduation. This books describes his brief strategies, efforts, frustration of failure and list of rejection what he faced throughout his journey of being an entrepreneur with his colleague Navin to let other small-scale enterprises grow. 

Collapsed in just 116 pages, this narration is justified with several happy and sad moments of author and success of two engineers in race of being entrepreneur. Started from the very final year of engineering where everybody wants to be in job market, this story brings in lime light the pressure of clearing interviews what about-to-graduate students face in final year during placement season. It encourages people to not to be down when having failure in the path of success and motivates them to keep something different from following IT sector blindly. It discuss how to be patient when having rejections one after another and keep knocking the door of success. The dialogue "Get out. I only speak to graduates" is really the one that one can hear in market when starting something new. People are hard to convince and even harder to have they paying their money to someone who is completely new in market. But author describes how one can start business without taking help of family and others be solely responsible person for each step towards success. 
This book surely boosts the confidence of new businesspeople who come in market and shut their business down just because of failure and loss in beginning.
Another plus point of narration is author is recruiting even physically disabled person for their start up firm judging their mental ability rather than physical.

Review by -
Kamal Paneru

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