The Dream: How I Learned the Risks and Rewards of Entrepreneurship and Made Millions (2020)

The Dream: How I Learned the Risks and Rewards of Entrepreneurship and Made Millions Gurbaksh Chahal Pablo F. Fenjves The Dream How I Learned the Risks and Rewards of Entrepreneurship and Made Millions One of America s most successful young internet entrepreneurs tells his unique and inspiring story and reveals the risks and rewards behind the sky s the limit possibilities of internet entrepreneurs
  • Title: The Dream: How I Learned the Risks and Rewards of Entrepreneurship and Made Millions
  • Author: Gurbaksh Chahal Pablo F. Fenjves
  • ISBN: 9780230610958
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Hardcover
The Dream: How I Learned the Risks and Rewards of Entrepreneurship and Made Millions Gurbaksh Chahal Pablo F. Fenjves One of America s most successful young internet entrepreneurs tells his unique and inspiring story, and reveals the risks and rewards behind the sky s the limit possibilities of internet entrepreneurship.Gurbaksh Chahal started the Internet advertising company ClickAgents from his bedroom at the age of 16, having emigrated to the United States with his Sikh family from theOne of America s most successful young internet entrepreneurs tells his unique and inspiring story, and reveals the risks and rewards behind the sky s the limit possibilities of internet entrepreneurship.Gurbaksh Chahal started the Internet advertising company ClickAgents from his bedroom at the age of 16, having emigrated to the United States with his Sikh family from the small town of Tarn Taran, India He dropped out of high school to pursue the venture full time, and two years later sold ClickAgents for 40 million, making him one of the youngest self made millionaires in history and allowing him and his entire family to realize their dreams Chahal went on to become the youngest executive of a multi billion dollar NASDAQ listed company, and then sold his second company, BlueLithium, to Yahoo for 300 million, turning many of his employees into multi millionaires as well.In The Dream, Chahal s refreshing advice for entrepreneurs encourages them to embrace risk and to carve out new niches in the marketplace He emphasizes the value of good business timing how to execute an idea and get it to the marketplace, how to create and maintain solid business relationships, how to stay grounded, and most importantly how to teach yourself that failure is not an option.Chahal s story not only shows how a 16 year old immigrant overcame discrimination and adversity to fulfill his highest ambitions, but also provides aspiring entrepreneurs with valuable hands on advice on how to achieve success.
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  1. Loy Machedo

    Loy Machedo s Book Review The Dream by Gurbaksh ChahalI got curious about Gurbaksh Chahal when I saw a photograph of him shaking hands with President Barack Obama He was impeccably dressed and looked exceptionally smart That lead me to Google him and when I found out he had a book about his life, I purchased it immediately Gurbaksh Chahal aka G was an Introvert belonging to a Conservative Indian Punjabi Family all whom moved to US to start a new life Typical of any foreign culture versus immigra [...]

  2. James

    I finished this book in a day I enjoyed the motivational inspirational elements of this book The Main Message That I Took Home From This Book Never Give Up On Your Dreamsd Become Obsessed with your Passion Cheers,James

  3. Willow

    Great story, easy read Chahal s tale is fascinating and his intelligence undeniable A good reminder of how hard work pays off.

  4. Kalle Wescott

    I m giving this book 5 stars because of the story, what G did and how he did it I am fascinated by success stories and am always interested in what people did, or what companies did, to succeed, and this one is no different very interesting and educational.This is a great backstory to ClickAgents G starting that company when he s 16, dropping out of high school the following year, and then selling that company for 40 million at 18 to VCLK Clearly a late starter compared to Ben Casnocha, but he c [...]

  5. Deep Mistry

    When my cousin first introduced me to this book I was skeptical at first that this was just another one of those successful tycoons telling their life, but this one was different in a good way The author and I had a lot of similarities starting with his parents came fromIndia just like mine and at the age of 16 he had a passion of doing something big just like me Honestly this book relates to me so much because of how many similarities the author and I have At the age of 16 I have a big passion [...]

  6. Danel Homméus

    Everyone has a dream, butThe dream of the author, a multi millionaire has come true Gurbaksh had effectively made millions by taking risks, built up marketing companies and have the luck of a few people on the planet can pretend to, to sell them for millions Though, a man with a dream, at the right time and found a unique opportunity at this time the marketing internet compares to the way it is today was in its infancy, which allow Gurbaksh to profit from with a natural flair and the gut to proc [...]

  7. Dvir Oren

    great story about entrepreneurship makes me feel and know I can do anything I want to myself reminds me of the stone soup story about entrepreneurship and how he didn t have the technology at first etcfinitely G has a lot of character, feeling blessed to be able to learn about such great people wonder what he ll do next the dream have an edge over the competition Don t go in trying to be 10% better He first developed the technology or aquired it only then started spy a lot on the competition, kn [...]

  8. Waseem

    Great book from a fellow Asian Desi background entrepreneur , which made me relate to the author in terms of when cultural obstacles or the expected status quo in the community can suppress entrepreneurial natural instincts Or the guts to be differentFurther than that inspirational story from a man with humble beginnings and a reminder that anyone make itMore books I read like this makes me think the key is personal emotional traits vs opportunity, finance or contacts To Our Continued Success [...]

  9. ArthurVan Wyk

    A very engaging read about a Sikh boy from India who came to America at a very young age, became interested in business and launched his first business that got sold for 40 million shortly after his 18th birthday He goes through the whole thing of starting a business again 3 years later and then sells that business for R300 million.The book is littered with life and business lessons I feel this book is going to be come a reference work for me in my business.

  10. K. E. Hawkins

    One of my favorite books An autobiography of a young teenager who became an entrepreneur and made millions He gives specific details about how he did it which I found informative and amazing This book is funny, philosophical, and extremely well written G has made me a fan of his and I hope he writes another book soon.

  11. Neelan Nair

    He is successful but the book itself fails to be than a boastful story of his success I read it primarily to know his story so I got what I wanted Loads of Cliches but considering he is no literary genius, I guess I got what I expected.

  12. Brandon Stapper

    Good rags to riches story and I love Gurbaksh I wish there were details of his business ventures He was very vague and it was not written as a business lesson, of an explanation of his life Easy read, took me about 2 hours.

  13. Jibi abraham

    I Liked this book very much, coz he told everything a simple manner, he adds many things to our learning curve It s not something great but something great I treat him as an unseen guru

  14. Jon

    I had high hopes for this one but it fell flat A few good morsels but way too many cliches and not enough substance Gurbaksh is a successful guy but this book is worth passing on.

  15. Viral Maniar

    I really enjoyed reading this book It s a good a read for people who want to take a risk and are afraid of taking it.

  16. Prabhleen Kaur

    Such an inspiring read After reading it, I watched all his videos Such a motivational speaker I wish to have a mentor like him in my life All hail, G

  17. Stephen Smith

    Quick read and not a how to book You get some good points to consider in business though, like the need to create sound contracts and finding good people.

  18. Jardin Martins

    Easy, interesting read about a very young, successful entrepreneur who comes from a very modest upbringing

  19. Thomas Moore

    Very inspiring book and I love his life story Gurbaksh is somebody I would recommend to everybody look into.

  20. Sibusiso Sithole

    It s a very good book for aspiring entrepreneurs, it s basically state most of the facts, expectations, state of mind for successful entrepreneurs It was worth my time in every way

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