Franklin author’s new self-help book aims to find adventure amid routine
FRANKLIN, Tenn. — Author Mark A. Cornelius urges readers to overcome life’s mundane routine in “RUT Management: Discovering Adventure in the Routine of Life.” This insightful, new self-help book is set for nationwide release this week.
Most of us travel well-worn paths with the expressed mission of escaping our RUTs. It seems to be the right thing to do on the surface; who wants to think of themselves as being in such a routine that they cannot, should not, dare not veer off the trail? And you thought escape was your only option!
“RUT Management” is not just another self-help book, but it’s a fun and truthful look at the very human tendency to seek distraction rather than maintaining the focused pursuit of long-term goals and dreams. This work addresses the constant conflict between convention and change in people’s lives. It examines RUT Development, RUT Anatomy, RUT Relationships and RUT Management as tools for navigating the path through RUTs and for discovering adventure in the routine of life.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Cornelius’ RUT includes his occupation of business development consultant in Nashville, Tennessee. He is also devoted as a husband, father, community servant and writer. He is the author of both fiction and nonfiction books, numerous musical and video productions and a journal ministry. Cornelius always begins his creative quests with a question, “What if?” and has a talent for finding ways to cheat monotony of its bad name. He offers radical solutions for arriving at your dream destination and encourages people to RUT on!