Contrary to what most people would tell about what to do when becoming an entrepreneur, this book tells about what one should “not” do when on the said path. In this book, Sanjeev has rationally coined the journey, its hurdles, its pros, and the cons that may be associated with each of the steps taken. Why do I feel that the book is practical, understandable, and something that the masses can relate to? Because these are inspired by real-life experiences. What I think may become difficult for the readers to comprehend is what goes on in the financial markets. While the experiences are enriched, there may be a lot who do not have firsthand experience or knowledge about how these share prices work. However, I being one of those, did brief primary research before I moved forward owing to the fact that the experiences and the nitty-gritty that was being expounded upon were literally worth it for anyone who wants to take the path of entrepreneurship. Sanjeev was not the average native who had equal chances like each of his counterparts. He was among the ones who earned it and who made it to the place he is at.
The way dialogues are quoted helps us understand the notion of meetings and how most talks progress with people who have been in business. It is overall giving us a holistic approach towards entrepreneurship done right. There are literally many things that people are taught about doing, but it is those small things that one ought not to do. The book tells us about the small steps and small changes that we should not make.