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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Analyze, Act, Advance by Agustin Argelich is an insightful and helpful book of thoughts which is a compendium of both technical training and self-taught humanism. The book has four sections: The Challenge, Obstacles and barriers to be overcome, Strategies and available tools, and The Life Cycle. The concepts and ideas in this book promote reflection and continuous learning. It is a book of reflections that will positively influence readers.
The author's take on the subject is engaging and interesting and he shares it in a way that is easy for readers to understand and make changes in their approach to life. The tips and techniques in the third section -- to successfully carry out life, business, or innovation projects -- contribute towards building a better future for all. The author jots down a quick impact list at the end which makes it easy for readers who do not have the time to peruse the whole book. The impact list is a good reminder and covers the ideas and concepts discussed. It is a good book to make readers think and act. The author's vision of the grassroots problems faced, the challenge to change one's approach to life, and strategies to build and progress towards a successful life are useful to readers to when it comes to analyzing, acting, and advancing in life.