HOW I BRAVED ANU AUNTY PDF
How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co-Founded A Million Dollar Company by Varun Agarwal is a compelling and humorous account of the fulfilment of entrepreneurial. Nitesh Tewari of Dangal fame has started prepping for his next. It’s an adaptation of the novel How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founded a Million. 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.
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Paperbackpages. A foolproof plan to stick to your new year resolutions is HERE! Sep 19, VaultOfBooks rated it liked it. What I like mostly in the book is their will power and zeal of working even if they have to become courier boys.
How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founded A Million Dollar Company
Retrieved from ” https: To the people from other cities – If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, you should definitely read it! You can know his real-struggling experience to build his dream enterprise such as selling tees for first time, getting courier company to deliver their product, Anu Aunty trying get him a call-centre job, etc.
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How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founded A Million Dollar Company by Varun Agarwal
Read it before it materializes into a movie. I bought it all because of the fiery red huge bindi on Anu Aunty’s forehead, read it all because of Anu Aunty’s Varoooon though I was completely embarrassed when my fellow commuters looked at me weirdly as I laughed out so loud reading the book in the bus and loved it throughout.
Book review: How I Braved Anu Aunty – Times of India
I enjoyed reading this book. I really loved how along the way, Varun offers advice on starting your own business and manages to keep your attention till the last page.
Rahman at the launch of his biography. A startup journey and how it is opposed on every phase by Indian mentality is well noticed. It was light and breezy and felt more like a novel. Aug 07, Simran Khurana rated it really liked it. The youth are reluctant to become entrepreneurs, we have our own Anu Aunties to thank for that.
This bravex the author’s early life, his neighbor Anu Aunty, birth of his business ho at Noon-Wines,etc.
Really inspiring story of Alma Mater. If the entrepreneurship bug inhabits in your system, this book is good for you. The most stylish brides of Want to Read saving…. But had I been in his place, I’d be in cloud 7, showing my ugly tongue to Anu Aunt saying in your face.
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Hear ye, all wannabes! The book is definitely inspiring and VERY funny, with references to crying women, Bollywood movies and everything else remarkably Indian. I picked up this book a few hours ago just so that i could give company to my daughter preparing for her board exams. I swear,I have never written a review for a book before, but if I don’t do so for this one, then I am definitely gonna regret!
His comapny Alma Mater is India’s largest provider of merchandise and memorabilia to schools and colleges. When you reach this part you will be turning pages non-stop and almost every chapter is filled with rib-ticklish humors and also interesting to continue reading.
But don’t have very high hopes from the book you can’t become entrepreneur aunth by reading this book. Varun Agarwal is a filmmaker, entrepreneur and a bestselling author. Before I bought this book, I had clearly no idea that it existed I didn’t watch TV abu did I read about the book in the newspapers. Varun Agarwal has a breezy style and the book is a light read, although somewhat predictable since it is a true story, mostly. I loved that part. That is a pretty gigantic failure, but Varun is young.
New Year’s eve make-up ideas you must try. After a very long gap i finished it in one go. Don’t get me wrong, i loved catch, but the comedy style from those books are almost aunhy these days. I decided to read this book when I found out that it was written by the co-founder of Alma Mater, which I discovered through aaunty friend recently when I was looking zunty a company that would customize good quality hoodies for a 5 year mini batch re-union we were planning.
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