Monday, January 14, 2013

Traffic Signs on the Road of Life


Traffic Signs on the Road of Life

by Wilbur and Cynthia Brower
Available from:

Amazon and Barnes&Noble


Get ready for the ride of your life. Traffic Signs on the Road of Life is an all-encompassing guide of how to navigate through the many obstacles you’re sure to encounter at some point or another. Wilbur and Cynthia Brower break down a variety of situations allowing for a better understanding of what has happened or what is yet to come. You can’t always control a situation, but you can control how you perceive it and react to it. The Browers provide the ultimate guide to achieving this goal.

     How Life’s Circumstances and Situations Parallel Traffic Signs

 Are you a person who has felt like your life was on a winding road? Did you yield when you were supposed to or even exercise caution? Authors Wilbur and Cynthia Brower are proud to announce the release of their book, “Traffic Signs on the Road of Life,” to help people navigate the highways and by ways of life.

As with many things in life, whether it is riding a bike, going to college or even driving a car, you must know the rules. The Browers teach the reader from the start about the signs; knowing what they are and the basic functions they serve. Readers are taught about the colors and assured that the traffic signs must be simple in order to be understood by all travelers. The history and background the readers are given about signs literally prepare them for what is to follow.

 The Browers remind the reader of how often they ignore the traffic signs and show how the same happens on the road of life. People choose to ignore those signs and then wonder why a certain situation has happened. Readers are introduced to the “Pilot Car,” who usually operates in areas where roads are being constructed or repaired. The Pilot Care is responsible for guiding readers safely through construction.

 In “Traffic Signs on the Road of Life” readers will learn:
• Our current circumstances and situations do not have to determine the trajectory toward our final destination
 • Acute personal and professional awareness can give us a very good gauge of our assets and liabilities and how they will assist or impede us in our life’s journey; and
 • Our march toward worthwhile goals often is not without challenges, blocks and setbacks, but our attitude about those encounters will determine how we are likely to fare against them.

“Traffic Signs on the Road of Life” is available at in print and Kindle formats, at Barnes & Nobles in Nook format, and at Create in print format. If you are interested in contacting the authors for an interview, you may reach them at (910) 548-0698, or write them at  

About the Authors

Cynthia Waters-Brower is an Instructional Designer for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. She is the founder and publisher of PwP Publishing, which specializes in preparing manuscripts for publication; designing and developing websites, and publishing memorial program materials. Mrs. Brower is a former corporate manager in the areas of accounting and purchasing. She is a graduate of University of North Carolina-Greensboro with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Oral Roberts University with a Master’s Degree in Practical Theology, and the University of North Dakota with a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design and Technology.  

Wilbur Brower, Ph.D., is an educational and management consultant and trainer, and founder and president of W. Brower & Associates. He is also the founder and president of the Institute for Youth Development and Educational Resources (IYDER), Inc., a non-profit that works with students at-risk of academic and personal failure. Dr. Brower served in the U. S. Air Force, and he is a former corporate executive with a Fortune 100 company. He is the author of A Little Book of Big Principles—Values and Virtues for a More Successful Life (1998); Me Teacher, Me…Please! Observations about Parents, Students and Teachers, and the Teacher-Learning Process (2002); Of Life, Love and Learning—Selected Poems and Educational Raps, Rhythms and Rhymes (2012); and English Grammar and Writing Made Easy (2008). He is the co-author of Personal Care Journal—The Adult Years (2002).  

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