About the Book: The Unreasonable Fellows How many of us dream about changing the world when we grow up?And how many of us actually have the courage to pursue a path lesstrodden? And then stick to it patiently, not losing faith, crossingall the hurdles, one after the other? Luckily, there are more than a few people who dare to stand fora cause they believe in, despite the setbacks. The UnreasonableFellows chronicles the journeys of ten such social or environmentalentrepreneurs who, with their unreasonable attitude and passionateventures, are doing their bit in making the world a betterplace. The Unreasonable Fellows is an inspiring account, which teachesus how to take that key first step, by learning how othershave. What is the Unreasonable Institute? Unreasonable Institute gets world-changing ventures andentrepreneurs what they need to scale their impact. Each year, theyunite 10-30 entrepreneurs (called "Unreasonable Fellows") fromevery corner of the globe to live under the same roof for six weeksin Boulder, Colorado. These entrepreneurs receive customizedtraining and support from 50 world-class mentors, ranging from aTime Magazine Hero of the Planet, to the head of user experience atGoogle X, to an entrepreneur whos enabled over 20 million farmersto move out of poverty. In the process, they form relationshipswith corporations and international organizations, receive legaladvice and design consulting, and get in front of hundreds ofpotential funders. The goal is to bring all the resources toaccelerate these ventures so they can scale to meet the needs of atleast one million people each. About the Authors: Myshkin Ingwale, Nikita Singh Myshkin Ingawale is CEO and co-founder of Biosense Technologies,an award-winning healthcare startup focusing on point of carenon-invasive diagnostics. His work has been featured on TED, BBC,CNN and other notable international media. In the past, he hasworked at McKinsey and Company and been a researcher at MITsSenseable City Lab.