Millennials, Xennials and even lazy people benefit from Stauning’s straightforward recipes for success
POST FALLS, ID, October 31, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — Oh crap! Not another @%#&!% success book!
Apparently; though according to Sh*t Sandwich author Steve Stauning, the world would be a better place if we didn’t need this one. Via this newly-released success book, readers are taught how and why eating the proverbial shit sandwich leads to happiness in work and in life.
“There’s a problem with the success literature available today,” opined Stauning. “It’s either about how to get rich quick or just a bunch of ‘rah-rah’ with no practical application for the woman stuck in a dead-end job or the kid who just graduated high school or college.”
Of course, this begs the question: Where can the average person today go to learn about succeeding in life and in work?
With Sh*t Sandwich: Quick & Practical Success Lessons for Practically Anyone, Stauning strives to assist the average Joe or Jill discover not only how to achieve the success they desire, but also how to live a better life because of it.
Readers of Sh*t Sandwich have called it everything from “a must read for every high school and college student” to “the ultimate stocking stuffer for the millennial in your life.” In fact, when Stauning initially wrote the book for his three millennial sons, it was clear he needed to take a different tack.
“The first draft of Sh*t Sandwich was a 300-page monster filled with valuable lessons that would never reach their target audience; because, what millennial is going to sit down and read 300 pages?” Stauning added. “So, I put that draft on the shelf for a year while I worked on separating the lessons from the filler.”
The result? A tight 83 life lessons accompanied by 83 entertaining cartoons – something even the most distracted of millennials is sure to read and enjoy.
Sh*t Sandwich is available in paperback at Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com.
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