This speech was delivered to the Class of at the IIM, Bangalore on defining success by Subroto Bagchi CEO MindTree. I was the last child of a small-time. Go, Kiss The World book starts off with Bagchi’s story behind the title, where he recounts the last time he visited his ailing mother in hospital. I understand that it is quite late to give a book review of the autobiography of Subroto Bagchi, titled “Go Kiss the world”, as it was first published.
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Subroto eventually has to return to work and therefore, was leaving. Many pointers to be taken from this book. Return to Book Page.
To be a good leader, one must first be a good human being. Jun 08, All of us realize this sooner or later. What followed is a tale of hope and hopelessness as the survivors went through a seventy-two-day ordeal during which they had to, at one stage, eat the flesh of their dead compatriots in order to stay alive.
That time his eldest brother has got a teaching job in Bhubaneswar University and was also preparing for civil services examination. The book is simple narration of his hard and good times in life.
Sheer simplicity with which Mr. But there is one thing which is missing from the book and that is how the MindTree “actually” started doing business. While it takes time to build perceptions, it takes even longer for perceptions to subrotto.
Aug 29, Prashant rated it really liked it Recommended to Prashant by: Every chapter kept me on tenterhooks because there was an avidity to know what will happen next, or rather if Kids am confronted with the same situation how would I anticipate. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Some of those lessons are: He enters the pond, only to get stuck in the mud. To respect our subordinates more than seniors.
GO KISS THE WORLD – SUBROTO BAGCHI Reviews, Summary, Story, Price, Online, Fiction, Nonfiction
A great book with a lot valuable lessons for young people. The ingenuineness of this review appears doubtful. I’m going in a wrong chronological order. In the book, the author has stated the first rule for managing is listening. To see what your friends thought of this book, please klss up. Overall a good read for someone who has begun his career and has an entrepreneurial mindset.
Eldest brother Debi Prasad aka Dadamoni a pet name was an IAS aspirant which at last cleared the civil services examination and later became chief Secretary of Orrisa also had a great influence on the author, as Dadamoni always used to teach something new to his youngest brother the author. I bagxhi five minutes too choose a book at the airport and I’m so glad I picked this one.
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Oct 17, Kashyap rated it really liked it. It was simple to read and the way he shared the lessons that he learnt from kuss life is very good. This book were Subroto Bagchi blind mother last words to him. The animal sounds so genuine, the poor Brahmin pities the tiger; he believes the story.
Abhishek Kataria on To Mother S. A very well narrated and structured book taking you from the ground level to achieve the dreams. Subroto used to cringe every time he used to hear other people disrespecting their drivers. kisw
Go Kiss the World: Life Lessons For The Young Professional
His father never used the jeep to commute to the office and taught the same lesson to Subroto, telling him that it is an expensive resource given by the government. Also, it is heartening to hear a person from the corporate speaking about values in black and white and taking a stand and such.
Not a lot things that one won’t already know. Feb 03, Abhishek rated it really liked it. Why Subroto’s father referred his five children as his five houses??? Subroto Bagchi co founder of MindTree narrat Aug 29, Lokesh Joshi rated it liked it.
He grew up amidst what he calls the material simplicity. The author literally opens up: