Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Super Siblings - Inspiring Stories of Enterprising Siblings by Prachi Garg

Last year, I read Super Women by Prachi on Insistence of Vishnu. I liked the book. This year when I saw Super Couple & Super Siblings courier, I told Vishnu to spare them for me. I was busy with some work, so it took me some time to take this book, but it was a worthy read.

Book blurb
In a world where relationships make or break the deal for a lifetime, it is imperative to be able to have equations that are reliable, compatible and accessible. Luckily enough, sometimes it doesn't take too much effort to find the right set of people, perhaps because nature has its own way of providing them. From childhood to adulthood, siblings share their environment, principles and interests and are naturally quite compatible. Gone are the days when siblings only gave the best 'what car to buy' advice or approved the guy you were dating. Today, brothers and sisters are travelling together, taking up hobbies together and to add to the latest trend, building enterprises together. Varying from tech start-ups to trendy fashion wear, from utility applications to artsy expressions, siblings seem to be partnering up with each other to break away from conventional career choices. SuperSiblings encapsulates the journeys of twenty siblings who have broken away from conventions and supported each other to start-up their dream ventures
My husband is a big fan of this kind of successful business stories, we have more than 10 such books by various authors. Rashmi Bansal's 5-6 books are among them. Prachi's books' concept is also in similar line, but the company or founding entities are still in their initial stage (specifically not as big as Stay Hungry Stay Foolish entities). Having said that I don't mean to demean fame and hard work of the people from Prachi's book. I mean that they are just like you and me but struggling or establishing their existence.

Sucess is not about being a big company but a path to reach that milestone. This book covers siblings who have proved their mettle in marked by bringing their brands. Stories are from different domains: artistic domain, clothing, application development, commute management, digital marketing.  

Good points about the book
  • Short stories
  • Language is easy to follow for even 12+ age
  • All stories are inspiring one 
  • It can give a spark to think something for yourself.
Talking about ratings
  1. Cover - 3.5/5
  2. Content - 3.5/5
  3. Concept - 3.5/5
  4. Overall - 3.5/5
Book can be found at Amazon and Flipkart
Review from other readers can be found at GoodReads



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