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Publisher's Summary

I Have A Dream is the story of 20 idealists who think and act like entrepreneurs. They are committed to different causes, but they have one thing in common: a belief that principles of management can and must be used to achieve a greater common good. These stories say one thing loud and clear: change starts with one person, and that person could be someone next door. Someone like you.

Some of the social entrepreneurs featured include:

Bindeshwar Pathak - Sulabh (sanitation)
Madhav Chavan - Pratham (education)
Arvind Kejriwal - Parivartan (Right to Information)
Madhu Pandit Dasa - Akshaya Patra (world's largest mid-day meal scheme)
Shaheen Mistri - Teach for India (education)

This audiobook includes an interview with the double best-seller-writing author Rashmi Bansal.

©2011 Rashmi Bansal (P)2011 Rashmi Bansal/booksTALK audiobooks/Westland Ltd.

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  • Gerardo
  • Austin, TX, United States
  • 09-05-15

OK Stories, bad narration

I love the effort put into this book and some of the stories, but its is long and boring.

The stories are nice, but they are not as interesting or as wonderful as to make you listen for an audiobook for six hours. A one hour version would deserve much better ratings. The stories are not only long, which makes them uninteresting for a while, but also it seems like every other sentence is in a native Indian language. Sometimes those phrases in other languages are not translated even, leaving the listener to wonder or guess what they mean. I don't know, maybe it is intended for people who read both English and the Indian dialect, which is not me, that's why it's getting two stars