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Book Review: Productivity Promoter by Dax Bamania

Productivity Promoter by Dax Bamania is an interesting and light read business management sort of book. It aims to help people and leaders across the world with parameters related to productivity. In detail, the book offers eight great topics, if read and implemented properly, chances are 100 percent result or drastic improvement. The book length is around 118 pages, however, its expanse is vast and it encompasses many tips, suggestions, references, motivational content and stories simply to serve people. Reading this book means getting into the ways of improving productivity of team or businesses.


This book is being sponsored by Tigi HR – this company is headed by the author himself. So, most of the useful content in this book is directly spiraled from his professional life. In nutshell, the book promotes productivity, as also evident from its title.

Author Dax Bamania is a renowned entrepreneur, associated with many fields – his works is recognized by many leading industrialist and also by the CM of Gujarat. The book has segments on Precise Purpose, Passionate, Patience, Persistence, Possibility, Parental, Pillars of Productivity, and Productivity Pointers.

The first topic lays emphasis on precise purpose, it means being clear about the goals and how to achieve them. In this chapter, the author revealed a secret called Mastery of Communication. It further tells that if one wants to be successful, he/she needs to communicate with oneself, so that confusion can be avoided and one can focus on core things that bring relevant and abundant productivity.

Similarly, the entire book is filled with a fountain of knowledge. If one chugs ahead with the book, inside it, one will find many brilliant concepts and strategies and tips. Some of them are benefits of being passionate, 5’S of Business Journey, case studies of big giants like FB, Google, Microsoft, and so on.

The book dazzles in each of its part. It is a great book and its content can transform any ordinary person into an extraordinary leader. The book is more for leaders or managers but not limited to anyone. Even struggling individuals that want to update themselves from time to time can look into this book. The author Dax holds an impressive portfolio.

Some of the takeaways from the book are – it focuses on growth and improved productivity. There are methods for productivity like Triple H methodology, HOT communication, Johari Window Model, and so on. The more you talk about this book, that’s less is – given its value and scope.

Given the significance of the book, all cannot be given in just one review. It is better to read the book at your own pace. The language of the book is apt, decent, and lucid. It is so magnificently written that if spread well, it is bound to help millions of people. Dax has done a superb job by offering this book to the community of leaders, managers, and entrepreneurs. A highly recommended book!

Grab your copy from Amazon/Kindle.

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