In a family, on the job, at school, anywhere, there are people who rise to the occasion. We call them "early poppers." Like kernels of popcorn inside a microwave bag, you can hear the first one that pops when the heat is turned up. Then we hear that prolonged silence before the majority of kernels explode in unison. And finally, there are those lowly kernels that never pop and are found charred and dead at the bottom of the bag.Life is like that. People are offered opportunities to recognize a challenge and "pop." Most never do. What separates those poppers from the majority? How can a person learn to recognize the importance and significance of becoming an "early popper?" Here is a soft examination of the psychological movements that define humans with a practical explanation of how any of us can become more than we are currently. Without letting work, school, family, friends, groups or teams keep us from becoming fulfilled, this book will provide inspiration and motivation to make the changes necessary to become an "early popper."
About Lewis Losoncy
Dr. Lewis Losoncy is the author of 23 books, including the best-selling [i]If It Weren't for You, We Could Get Along![/i] and the creative psychologist behind attitude modification. He is a respected international speaker and consultant. Dennis McClellan is a former educator who has spent nearly 40 years in publishing. His primary interests are archaeology, history and trivial information.
About Dennis McClellan