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Book Review: Maximum Person by G B Prabhat

Maximum Person by G B Prabhat is a powerful self-help book that sheds light on quality of life which can be achieved by incorporating industrial quality management strategies and tips and much more. The book is about progressive and productive and peaceful society – how we can make it by materializing the concept of Maximum Person i.e. MAX–P.

The author is a veteran of the corporate world, where he must have stumbled upon scores of methods and tricks and tips for the sake of betterment of productivity and quality management and control. He puts his wisdom in this book so as millions of people can benefit by making their life full of quality. The intention of MAX–P is to derive QoL (Quality of Life).

The book is well-segmented into four parts, and with eight chapters. It’s highly appreciating that the author presented summary of the each chapter in the end, it just makes easy for the readers to recollect what they tried to grasp earlier.

The book’s main focus is to develop and built quality in our life. Right at the beginning, the author introduces to that period of industrial revolution that set the race for quality management in the corporate and business world. If quality matters so much there, well then why it can’t be implied in our lives.

Most of the chapters are interconnected and provides detailed focus on tools and trips and concepts that work in the favour of MAX–P. Part one of the book deals with introduction of the concept of Maximum Person, while the second chapter takes a dig as what factors are affecting the quality of life, the ‘stressors’ cover up everything nicely.

As you chug ahead with the book, you may feel that the concept of MAX–P is not any robotic imitation from the industrial sector, rather it is about individual, there are attributes which are personal, social, and community based. The book gains momentum since the third chapter. The author covered all points, from vital to tiny. The writing style is superbly good and simple…it is not a blind read, the author justified his stance with facts and reports and references from time and again. This is a book that can enhance our life values and morals towards the betterment of ourselves. Read it slowly and make notes it will help you in the long run.

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