Rejection sucks. But it's not the end of the world. The purpose of this book is to look at repudiation as one accepts pigeon droppings on a park statue. Their doo-doo is no big deal, and you can clean it up. The book is filled with 150 cartoons, 1000 humorous quotes, anecdotes of 200 celebrities; offers 101 strategies to avoid rejection, 86 catalysts to consider for positive action, and benefits to seek that can be a blessing.
Mel Helitzer, a professor of journalism at Ohio University, is the author of the best-selling book on humor writing (Comedy Writing Secrets). Rolling Stone magazine called him one of the funniest university professors in the country, and the Chicago Tribune named him professor of the year. He is the author of seven books, two national best sellers, a Broadway-style musical, and is one of the top one hundred public speakers in the country. He was formerly a comedy writer for Sammy Davis, Jr., Art Linkletter, Shari Lewis, and Steve Allen.