Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Bag it all - Book Review

Some tales with their simplicity and honesty touch your heart. They remain with you forever. What more if they are damn interesting and inspiring? One such book is Bag it all by Nina Lekhi and Suman Chhabria Addepalli. This is the tale of Nina Lekhi who built the brand Baggit.

Nina’s story begins with her carefree and even careless youth. She is the party girl who is the only student to fail in painting. Her academic failure doesn’t stop her entrepreneurial journey. She starts her bag business from her bedroom and goes on to open her shops all over the world. The book is full of anecdotes of how she faced problems in her journey and how she overcame it. The book also journals her personal life, her marriage, her pregnancy. Nina’s husband became a full time meditation teacher. She discusses how she handled his absence and his decision.

Nina’s business is deeply rooted in morals. She is an ardent follower of Siddha Samadhi Yoga. She illustrates various situations where she chose to keep her word, even if it meant mounting losses.

This is a wonderful book. It is simple, yet unputdownable. Whether you wish to become an entrepreneur or not, this book will inspire you.

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