Aapki Skill Aapki Udaan

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Ronnie Screwvala is a first-generation entrepreneur who failed his Bachelor of Commerce course in college, but that did not deter his intent to set out in the world of business on his own at a time where there was no ecosystem for entrepreneurs. He pioneered cable TV, went on to build one of the largest toothbrush operations in India and thereafter the very successful media and entertainment company UTV. Newsweek termed him the ‘Jack Warner of India’, Esquire ranked him among the seventy-five most influential people of the twenty-first century and Fortune hailed him as ‘Asia’s 25 most powerful’. He is the co-founder of upGrad, which is India’s largest online higher education company. Ronnie and his wife, Zarina, are founder-trustees of the Swades Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to improving the standard of living in rural areas. This is Ronnie’s second book. His first, Dream with Your Eyes Open, was published in 2015. He lives in Mumbai with his wife, daughter, Trishya, and son-in-law, Suhail.


  • Language: Hindi
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House India
  • Genre: Fiction
  • ISBN: 9780143454694
  • Pages: 184
SKU: 9780143454694 Category:

Ever wondered why CEOs, leaders and recruiters talk endlessly about soft skills? Job interviews, promotions, appraisals, teamwork, managing workplace challenges, communication skills and a lot more-soft skills give you a sizeable professional edge to ace all of these.In this book, Ronnie Screwvala shares personal stories and observations from his many failures and few successes to give you an insider’s view of the ‘invisible’ skills, which can cut years off your learning curve. Practical, actionableand peppered with advice from successful leaders, Skill It, Kill It will ensure you’re future-proof in these ever-changing times and ready to stand out among your peers.If you are ready toRISECOMMITLISTENSACRIFICEand really want it BADLYThen your time is NOWWelcome to #LifeLongLearning

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 20 × 12 × 5 cm

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