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Book Review: Take Off Your Startup by Samyak Kumar



About the book
If you're working on a business plan and have new business ideas then keep reading…
  • Are you a graduate student with no business knowledge and have a plan of starting a business without or little money
  • Do you have an inferiority complex that you have not completed an MBA
  • Do you have a startup idea but no money
  • Are you doing job/ or planning to do a job to accumulate money for your startup ideas
  • Are you looking to validate your business plan
  • Do you have confusion to choose a new business idea
  • Do you have questions on Startup Funding

This Book is all about Untold Business Secrets and proven business plans, few of the topics are listed below.
  From where to get New Business ideas
 
Formula to finalize one new business idea amongst all your ideas
 
How to become financially stable and be ready for any upcoming crisis in your startup journey.
 
From where to get fund for business
 
How to make business profitable, right from the start
 
All your business fears (like accounting) will be busted in dust
 
How to search perfect team members and team building strategy
 
How to start with lowest /minimum funding
 
How to hire people with a minimum salary
 
Setting up a business system, how to do it step by step
 
Tips to handle family and society opposition
 
How to Sell your products fast enough to break-even

Learn From 151 Startup Entrepreneurs who have succeeded in stabilizing their businesses and have gone to the next level
  These stories are collected from real-life incidents of 151+ entrepreneurs, collected exclusively, mostly occurred in their first 5 years of the startup journey
 
This isn't a boring theory subject book
 
A failure story and a success story,145+ startup story incidents are told with reference to business concept, which leaves no opportunity for further explanation of the concept
 
These are not only motivation stories, but also failure stories which will make you wise to handle similar situations in your startup journey. You should always learn from failure, but not from your own failures, but from other failures.
 
Contains business planning templates.

My Take on the Book
Take off your startup by Samyak Kumar is a non-fiction book on business. The book covers the topic of how one can start a business, it narrates 45 Startup Stories, 8 Steps to choose new business ideas, 72 concepts to create business plan ... formula for team building, and more on startups.
For anyone who wishes to understand how to take off your startup then this book will give you the clarity, the vision, how to achieve certain goals, success and failures stories and help you understand the simplest of things in business language. This book is a step by step process on how to take off, deal with failure, and handle your business like a pro.
As I read further, I noticed that the book is pretty insightful and gives you all the detailed guide on why's, how's and what thing works in a startup plan. Written as a collection of stories, this book is quite helpful and more like a guide to starting a business. The book is written in simple language and is quite easy to understand. I may as well add this book in must-read list of books. Any marketing enthusiastic with a zeal to understand the concept of starting something from scratch may want to give this book a read.
If you are planning to venture on your own business then grab a copy today and read on. Follow the step-by-step process, read the stories from people who have ‘been there and done that,’ and I am sure you will be able to achieve your startup dream.
Book Details
Title: Take Off Your Startoff
Author: Samyak Kumar
Format: Kindle Edition
My Rating: 4/5


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