My mother wrote a self-help book on crisis management and self-published it. It was selling very well and a lot of people said that it really helped them, but unfortunately she passed away before she could sell more of them. Now I have about 3500 copies of her book stored in my basement and I've decided that instead of selling them (or trashing them), I'd like to give them to people or charities that could really use them. If you are interested, please by all means order one from this site! I'll be happy to send one right away. Or if you know of anyone who would like a whole box of books (all the same title) on crisis management, perhaps to give away to clients, please let me know. It's a really good book. I can vouch for it because I was raised on many of the principals in the book.
Here is the blurb from the back of her book and a link to it on Amazon: Keeping Your Boat Afloat When the Big One Hits: A crisis survival handbook to help you get through almost any crisis. With warmth and humor the author weaves her own story into a book chock full of information to help others through personal strife, tragedy, or simply the every day stresses of life. Endorsed by Bernie Siegal, M.D., he says, "A very practical and sensible guidebook for dealing with your life, health, and afflictions. This book offers the reader the chance to combine inspiration and information and heal." The reader will learn how to transform upheaval into opportunity, regain their perspective, and get back on an even keel, as well as discovering hidden talents and strengths. It is playful, powerful, and packs a punch. Link Thanks so much! Jessa