A veteran entrepreneur’s path from the corporate world to the life of a young woman entrepreneur is one of the most intriguing ones to read.
This is because the journey to a career in the enterprise sector is one that has been defined by both personal and professional success.
For the most part, this is a career where a young lady entrepreneur is the focus.
The other part is about finding out how to connect with her peers and to the larger community of entrepreneurs in the same industry.
The book The Life of an Entrepreneur by Sangeeta Bhaskaran and Gautam Ghosh explores this journey in detail.
The story of Sangeetah Bhaskarans career path is well-documented and we’ve written a section on it in this blog.
For a brief look at her career in detail, we are republishing this excerpt from the book.
“The Career of an Ex-Expert” is a memoir of a woman who was the youngest of five siblings in a family of eight who earned a living in the corporate sector.
After graduation from the Institute of Management, she worked as a senior consultant for a corporate-owned company and also as an assistant managing director of the same company.
This was an extremely busy and rewarding career path, but it also taught her humility, compassion, and the importance of having empathy for others.
She also experienced first-hand the impact of the financial crisis that hit the country in 2008-2009.
Sangeets father died in 2009 and the family was left financially broke.
As a result, she was inspired by the life lessons she had learned during her years in corporate America.
The memoir describes the ups and downs of her career and her time as a woman entrepreneur, focusing on her experiences in both the corporate and personal sphere.
It also provides insights into her early years in India as well as her family life.
This excerpt was written by Sumeetah in 2004 and is based on the author’s conversations with Sangeena Bhaskaraans father, Anil.
Anil, the author, and his wife Prabhat are from Mumbai, India.
AnIL, who is a partner in a large business consulting firm, has authored several books on entrepreneurship and has worked with some of the top entrepreneurs in India.
He shared with The Hindu his vision of what his daughter wanted to achieve and how she went about achieving it.
In an interview, AnIL said, “The most important thing for my daughter is to make a career that is rewarding and that she is not burdened with debts that she does not want to pay back.”
The author also talks about her journey in the personal life as well.
“She is also an avid reader and a very happy and kind person,” Anil said.
“It was a tough time for her in her family.
My mother passed away at the age of 43 in 2012.
My father is still living with the family and is trying to get some work done.
I have a lot of time to think about my future and how to keep doing what I love, which is writing books.
She is very motivated by her vision for a career.”
Anil’s wife Pranjal, who also works in the business world, was also inspired by Sameena’s life path.
“My wife was born in Mumbai and she spent her childhood there.
My wife was an entrepreneur in her own right, and I always remember the joy she had in going to the local book store and having a book of her favourite authors in her hands,” he said.
His daughter, who has not set foot in Mumbai, had an even more ambitious ambition in mind.
“I want my daughter to have a career and be a writer.
She will have the opportunity to do so as an entrepreneur,” Pranji said.
The author explains how her life changed for the better after graduating from the MBA programme.
“After graduating from my MBA programme in 2004, I decided to quit my job at a big bank and start my own business.
My book was a success and I had been a professional entrepreneur for over three decades,” he explained. “
When I started writing my book, I was very proud of what I had done.
My book was a success and I had been a professional entrepreneur for over three decades,” he explained.
After completing his MBA, Anile Bhaskarian, the son of Anil and Pranja, decided to take up entrepreneurship after his parents passed away.
He was the founder of a small company called Sangeesh (literally “one day”).
“I was very disappointed with the corporate life, which was not my dream, but I decided not to give up,” he told The Hindu.
“Eventually, I did manage to get the job at another small company and got an opportunity to take over Sangees business, but not much else happened in the last three years,” he added.
In fact, An