New Delhi [India]: Nina Lekhi, an entrepreneur by profession, started her journey of success from scratch. Hence she perfectly said, ‘Bag It All.’
Nina Lekhi’s biography ‘Bag It All’ brings forth the story of an entrepreneur who built a 100-crore company, Baggit, with the power of intent and love.
As told to Suman Chhabria Addepalli, with a foreword by bestselling author Rashmi Bansal, Lekhi disagreed to CEO of PepsiCo Indra Nooyi’s saying, “Women can’t have it all!”
An extract from the book reads, “When I was a teenager, I started a small ghar-ka-business selling trendy handbags. Today, Baggit is a 100-crore company. Along the way, I became a wife and a mom, and navigated the various twists and turns in my personal life. I could do it all because of my loving, supportive family and my guru, who have made me a better person and a better entrepreneur. This is the story of how a C-minus student – a failure in college – became an A-plus entrepreneur. If I can do it, so can you. My secrets are in these pages.”
An inspiration for every woman, ‘Bag It All’ defines what dream is. (ANI)