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Cultivated Abundance: How We Can Build a Better Future through Transformative Technology Entrepreneurship is a work of non-fiction in the business, finance and technology sub-genres, and was penned by author Mihir Pershad. Focusing specifically on new business start-ups and gaps in the market where these types of ventures typically find success, Pershad explores various insights and models of recent successes to offer uniquely formed guidance on modern entrepreneurship. From the small scale problem identification methods to the much wider (and in some cases quite literally) world-changing dynamics of long-term business decisions, this is a book that defies old fashioned conventions and looks at what works right now today, and why.
Author Mihir Pershad has crafted an essential guidebook for anyone looking to revamp their business approach, as well as budding entrepreneurs who are entering the world of business for the first time. The writing style of the work is a real triumph, because it manages to be professional and high end, but also highly accessible to newcomers and compassionate to the modern empathies of those who wish to improve the planet as well as do good business. The organization of the work builds its ideas incredibly well and offers some truly essential advice that sometimes develops and sometimes debunks the old ways of doing things for the better. Overall, I would highly recommend Cultivated Abundance: How We Can Build a Better Future through Transformative Technology Entrepreneurship for any reader keen on bettering their knowledge of the modern business world and long-term decisions for a brighter future.