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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Progressive Overload: How to Grab a Shovel & Start Digging by Giovannelli Franchesco, MBA, SGT is a handy manual that encourages readers to use it as a map to re-examine and re-route their routines and guide them to work on themselves and stay in the present. The 10 approaches shared by the author is a good way for readers to get motivated, take control of their lives, and stop living by default. The book is about readers developing mental fortitude and strength of character, and transforming into the best version while redesigning themselves. This book is a good tool for positive transformation by establishing mental domination over insecurities, old habits, a perception of negativity, and the habit of naysaying.
Progressive Overload is a good way of discovering oneself and self-evaluation, and Giovannelli Franchesco's personal stories in healing and finding himself add to the authenticity of his words and the concept discussed. The approach is neat and elegant, making it easy for readers to comprehend, examine their lives, and overcome their bad habits. The techniques shared are a good way to reach a state where readers can maintain focus and attain successful outcomes even during times of stress. It is a good book to own because it can be used for reference, especially when it comes to keeping the body, mind, and spirit in shape so that any overload in life can be handled well, and any mistakes can be looked upon as lessons.