the edge of being a best-seller

This past weekend, the book I co-authored, The Plastic Effect,  went to the #2 sales position on Amazon.com in two separate categories, becoming a “best-selling” book on Amazon.com.

The additional sales also pushed the book past the 1000+ total copies sold mark in all formats, paper and electronic.

It has been a blast to have co-authored an award-winning and now best-selling book.

What is your edge of being a best-seller?

If you are not an author, how would you define “best-seller” in your life?

What does being a best-seller mean to you?

What kind of recognition would you expect being a best-seller to bring to you?

Are you a best-seller for your friends, your family, at your job?

How can make your own life into your own “best-seller?

Into a NY Times best-seller?

Out There on the Edge of Everything®…

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

Co-author of the award-winning and best-selling book:  The Plastic Effect:  How Urban Legends Influence the Use and Misuse of Credit Cards.

Regular columnist: Positive Impact Magazine