The Entrepreneur By Sharad Tandale: Book Review

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Welcome to my new blog article. In this article, I will introduce you to a person who became successful in his life. He started from zero, and today he became a hero for young entrepreneurs.

Sharad Tandale an Entrepreneur (Author)
Entrepreneur Sharad Tandale

I am talking about Young Entrepreneur Award WinnerMr. Sharad Tandale. And his bookThe Entrepreneuris very useful for every entrepreneur.

Who is Sharad Tandale?

Sharad Tandale was born in the Beed district of Maharashtra state. His parents were school teachers in a government school. He completed his studies in Marathi medium up to class 10 and then took the admission for English medium in 11th standard.

Sharad has been creative since his college days and is interested in business and entrepreneurship. When his college was going on, he also did business of magazine selling. The business continued for a few months, but later it had to be closed due to his studies.

He completed his engineering degree from Government College but could not get a job. So he had to work for a low salary. After some time, he decided to start a business.

He realized that in order to start a business, he needed either money or a strong network of people. Sharad had neither of these two. So he asked his father for money. Sharad belongs to a middle-class family. His father did not allow him to start a business and suggested that to do a job.

Sharad saw many ups and downs in his life and struggled a lot. Today, Sharad Tandale is doing business as an electrical contractor and has multiple income sources. He also inspires the youth. For his work, he got the Young Entrepreneur Award from Prince Charles in 2013 in London.

Raavan” and “The Entrepreneur” are the books written by Sharad Tandale. To know more about Sharad Tandale, you need to read the book “The Entrepreneur,” written by him.

About Book (The Entrepreneur):

In this book, Sharad Tandale told his journey from becoming zero to a hero. He studied 12th and got admission to engineering. Not because he liked engineering, but because other students were doing it. And at that time there are chances of getting a job in the engineering field than in other fields.

While doing engineering, he did not pay much attention to his studies like some other students. Also studying a day before the exam, class bunk, and chatting about politics became common during his college days.

He tried to make more money during his college days but did not succeed. In this way, he completed his 4 years of Mechanical engineering, and then he went toPunefor a job.

He did the job and also studied for MPSC but he understood that there is nothing here for us. When he was unable to find a job, he decided to become an entrepreneur, but his family opposed him.

But since there is no option in front, and he began to grow up old he started to search for Business Ideas.

With no prior experience, he landed in the field of contracting. Initially, he completed small Electrical & Building contracts and gained knowledge in this field. Even after several losses, he didn’t give up. Hestruggleda lot in his life, and now he is working to guide the young generation.

This Book Covers all the Important Events of Sharad’s Life:

>How did he get the Young Entrepreneur award fromPrince Charlesof Britain?

>How does he convince his family to start a business?

>How does a simple village boy become an inspiration?

>Lots of contractors are there but HowSharad Tandaleis different from them?

>What is special about him that he was given such a prestigious award?

If you want to start any business or you are a Beginner you must read this book.

‘Raavan’is also his best-selling book.

His father used to tell him “You are the hero of the movie of your life and the hero has to win at the end of the movie.”

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