Brighton releases "The Most Interesting Man You Have Never Met" from author Tom West
"Author Tom West hits the mark with this incredible story of a Man's Life"
Synopsis: Join the author as he recounts his fascinating life. A risk taker, entrepreneur, steadfast banker, blackjack dealer and a solid government bureaucrat. The careers zig and zag. As a young man, he works with his father as a true American cowboy in Texas. In fact, on a trip to Los Angeles to visit family, he is repeatedly mistaken for a famous actor and asked for his autograph. As a Las Vegas blackjack dealer, we find him meeting one celebrity after another. Most are seeking to maintain anonymity and he uses his charisma and humor to ensure they have a quiet, uninterrupted time at his table.
As a professional counselor and therapist for over twenty-five years, the author has encountered numerous unhappy people who spend most of their lives in a constant search for meaning, a sense of belonging, and personal peace. They may be caught up in either a chaotic or boring lifestyle that includes reacting to life with fear instead of responding to challenges with hope and love.
Our best and real self is found deep within...away from fixations like ego, power, and automatic living. For example, the ego, though a necessary part of life, is usually used as window dressing or staging for the public. It promotes a false personality, a cover up scheme, a defense from fear and a need for control and power.
"Author Tom West hits the mark with this incredible story of a man's life that will keep you eagerly turning one page after another" said Brighton Publishing.
Tom West lives in east central Oklahoma. He retired from the casino business in 2007. After 20 years of living in the fast lane in Las Vegas Nevada, he calls the country his home and thoroughly enjoys it.