Now imagine your children. The hours spent feeding, giggling, changing diapers, soothing tantrums, gazing into eyes...all will fade from their memories until you're just a name.
What would you tell them? What advice would you give--the unwritten, hard-earned lessons to prepare them for life's challenges?
Well, Mark Hsu was never in a plane crash, but his crippling fear of being in one led to Please Open in the Event of My Death.
In this insightful and often hilarious memoir, Mark, a litigation partner in New York City, describes his transition from Clown About Town to a doting father of two girls. He recounts his fascinating youth spent around the world as the only child of a deep-cover CIA spy. And he draws upon his work experiences, sports and pop culture to provide practical and astute advice for modern times. Being likable, succeeding at work, overcoming fear, surviving heartbreak, raising kids""these life hacks and more, applicable to anyone, are in Please Open In the Event of My Death, just in case something horrible happens ]] which hopefully it won't.