Life’s most critical teachable moments come from the tough situations we face. Don’t you agree? It can hit us at work, at home, and other least expected places we can imagine. But what matters is how we conduct ourselves during testing times and learn from it. Not lose sight of what inherently is human nature, recognize mood patterns, and manage our emotions. It’s that simple!
Calling the Crankiness Expert
But some of us may need some help dealing with our inner cranky. This is where Steven Joseph comes in. Steven is a brilliant attorney and an even incredible writer. After penning extensive legal briefs, he decided to dabble into writing non-fiction for children and adults. Steven confesses that he may not have answers to everything, but he can help with all things cranky. His secret weapons of choice to combat crankiness – his disarming sense of humor.
In his fun, lighthearted style Steven explained how the Dark Age almost marked the end of the Dinosaur era, but one cranky dinosaur slipped away. Thus introducing, TyrantoCrankaTsuris, our oldest ancestor in the award-winning kids’ non-fiction, “The Last Surviving Dinosaur: The TyrantoCrankaTsuris.” The children’s book’s positive response and repeat requests about parallel books for the adult readers, led to him writing his second book, “A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The CrankaTsuris Method.”
Embracing Crankiness & the CrankaTsuris Method
As humans, it’s high time we acknowledge crankiness as part of our nature. It may sound opposing to what some popular books out there tell us. Everyone gets moody at times, and that’s okay. What’s important is how we find effective ways to be cranky and try to make the world a happier place for all.
In this book, “A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The CrankaTsuris Method,” learn how to create space for you and your family’s crankiness, use a cool “team” approach to it, ways to avoid being too irritable, and improve overall communication. It is packed with great stories to further drive home the points Steven is trying to make. What more can we ask for, right?
For more details and to order the book, visit the Amazon page today.