A Glass Half Empty? ...or Half Full?
A Children’s Book for Grown Ups
About the Book
You’ve heard the question many times and asked in different ways: Do you see the glass as half empty … or half full?
If your glass is your career, faith, love life, sex life, friends, health, and happiness, then you already know that the glass is rarely exactly half full.
Having too much in your glass can be overwhelming, but having too little makes life boring. We must also concern ourselves with what others put into our glass—and sometimes, we have absolutely no control over that.
In this fun children’s book for adults, you’ll follow a fish living in a glass of water. The fish must navigate through life no matter what’s in its glass and no matter how full (or empty) it is—just like us.
Learn valuable lessons on responding to what’s in your glass and what you put into the glasses of others, and decide for yourself whether the glass is half empty or half full.
About the Author
Dan Schuck, a former financial services technology executive with a communications degree from the University of California, San Diego, is the father of twin boys. He’s always enjoyed telling stories. Dan currently lives in Calabasas, California.