Now this is a refreshing counter-intuitive take on what to do when you face a job loss. Froehls has taken what is normally a situation of pure panic and turned it into an opportunity for positive change. Change can be scary, and most folks, when faced with no job, will go straight into searching diligently for the next one. But, wait! What if this situation is really an opportunity to expand both personal and business prospects?
Froehls uses a great combination of direct advice and his own experiences (I really found his personal experience encouraging) to illustrate how you can take a break from employment and also gather great tools for starting back up again, as well as showing prospective employers the value to them of your “unemployed” time.
And no fair saying you can’t afford the time off necessarily; the author also has some great advice for how to make that work as well. It’s way past time for a new perspective on this subject, and Froehls delivers a great opportunity for anyone facing a job loss.
I also loved working with Michael as proofreader and indexer on this project; he’s a great guy as well as an excellent writer. The book layout and combination of practical advice and personal experience is a great combination.
In every experience, there is opportunity, and Froehls knows how to exploit those opportunities in all their facets. You can find this book at Amazon here.