The Corpreneur is an interesting work that combines the best of both worlds. It follows the narrative style of fiction, by telling the story of Samar’s professional life, and adds to it the benefits of a self-help book by ensuring that each experience is a nugget of wisdom on its own.
Based on true incidents, the story is narrated through a fictitious character Samar, a fearless man from a small town. A man who, with skills and shortcomings, paves his way to success through his unconventional ways and risk-taking abilities within the corporate cage like an entrepreneur.
The book is a compilation of 9 stories of his encounters, problematic situations and how he brings unique and unprecedented solutions that surprise everyone. It is all about ‘disruptive execution for differentiation.’ He is not afraid of trying, learning and being called an idiot or laughed at. He has lived out of numerous cities across the globe and worked through various business streams and hierarchies.
It will be an interesting read for everyone, but a must-read for college students, young managers and budding startups. Literature should ideally entertain and educate; written as a novel, The Corpreneur truly does both!