Bag it all review: Indra Nooyi said, “Women can’t have it all!” It’s either career or family. I disagree. As I see it, we can have it all – a successful company, a loving family and the opportunity to follow our passion.
About the book: Bag it all an inspirational story of Nina Lekhi the Managing Director of Baggit, a first of its kind company in India. The book narrates Nina’s life from her childhood to the recent achievement of Baggit.
Author: Nina Lekhi and
Published by: Jaico Publishing House
Published on: 20th January 2017
Pages: 204 (Paperback)
Price: Rs. 251 Buy now
Goosebumps review: An inspirational read for aspiring entrepreneurs. Nina will inspire the readers with her positive approach towards the life and as an entrepreneur.(4 / 5)
Bag it all is truly a bag it all story. I believed that a one stretch read suits thrillers and crime novels but Bag it all has broken my view of it. Nina has phased her story in such a way that one cannot but it down until they finish it. The 200 pages of this inspirational story has almost three decades of experience in it.
Nina hasn’t concentrated only about her story instead she has given worthy advises for individuals who thrive to succeed in their respective career. Every chapter has highlighted learning box which carries valuable life lessons.
The growth of Baggit and its literal rise to the peak has been narrated to the perfection. Rather than being a biography the book is a road to success for entrepreneurs. The ups and downs of Baggit and the lessons Nina teaches through those experiences are valuable.
I loved the usage of sentences throughout the book. For example when explaining about forgetting the past and moving on Nina states “Had Cinderella turned back to pick up her shoe, she wouldn’t have become a princess”. It is one of my favorites in the book.
The book has everything from philosophy at times (Explaining about men and women gender equality), witty incidents, good and bad. Though the story is inspirational it does lag in between. The SSY part and few other instances might seem a bit of a drag, but I didn’t feel it.
On the whole it is an inspirational read for aspiring entrepreneurs. Nina will inspire you as an entrepreneur and a caring employer.
About the author:
Nina Lekhi is the Managing director of Baggit, India. Her company is the market leader in bags and accessories. She was born in Mumbai to Lalchand Punjabi and Gita Punjabi. Nina has won many prestigious awards and honours from Indian government as well as Media. Nina is a follower of Siddha Samadhi Yoga (SSY). She has adopted Katarkhadak to ensure rural development and overall welfare. Nina’s Baggit has been recognised by PETA for being cruelty-free, vegan brand.