I thought I was heading out to find a new job, but I was really starting a life changing journey of self reflection and growth.
Seattle (PRWEB) October 07, 2013
In the summer of 2008, Robert Cantrall was living happily in a nice house with a successful job and thriving family. Eight months later, he was immersed in bankruptcy, foreclosure, unemployment and divorce. Cantrall demonstrates how he overcame several hardships and made his life the best it has ever been in his new book, “The Fall of My Life.”
The book follows Cantrall as he embarked on his job search and ultimately found a new way of living and looking at life.
“I was fortunate enough to be completely impacted by the 2008 downturn,” Cantrall said. “I thought I was heading out to find a new job, but I was really starting a life changing journey of self reflection and growth.”
In the book, Cantrall tells his story while tackling the important repercussions from long-term unemployment, such as depression, job searching, and relationship issues. Ultimately, Cantrall found that pervasive fear was hindering not only his unemployment but also his transformation into a complete man.
“If there’s one thing my life has taught me, it’s that no one escapes challenges,” Cantrall said. “This book helps readers through inevitable misfortunes with the resources I discovered along the way.”
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“The Fall of my Life”
By Robert Cantrall
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
About the author
Robert Cantrall has worked in the financial services industry for more than 15 years. He has worked an additional 15 years in eight other industries for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500. Throughout his career, Bob has lost his job nine times including when WaMu failed in 2008. A native of Oregon, Bob currently resides in Seattle.