Natasha Kapij and Europeans in Boston invite you
to celebrate the launch of the new book
Carry a Paintbrush:
How to Be the Artistic Director of Your Own Career
By Susanne Goldstein
Friday May 6th, 8pm
545 Boylston Street, Boston
Come join us to hear Susanne talk about her new book.
You’ll experience a “live” coaching session where you’ll learn how to identify the sweet spot where your passions, interest and skills intersect, and come to understand why people are the most important ingredient in having a fulfilling and happy career life.
Susanne is an engineer-filmmaker-consultant-web designer-business strategist-author-speaker-career coach who works with people to help them bring about success in their lives.
Happy hour, speech and book signing will be followed by an evening of music and dancing!
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
This book is a must-read for anyone just getting out of school and looking for a first job, for people who unexpectedly lost their job and find themselves searching and for those changing careers or trying to break into a new field. Susanne Goldstein bases her book on her own extensive experience and creative yet very workable approach to designing the career of her dreams. Her strategies and tools are hands-on, brilliantly simple, fun – and most importantly: they work. I learned a lot from her book!
The results of the March 23rd raffle are in, and I’m very excited to offer free coaching sessions to the winners (or the recipient of their choice)!
The winners are:
I will be in touch with the winners directly. Thanks to everyone for your support. And of course if you are interested in getting in touch with me about my career coaching services, please write me here.
To learn about how the winners were selected, read below:
On March 23rd, I held a raffle in association with pre-ordering Carry a Paintbrush on Amazon.com. Three winners were to be drawn at random to win a one-hour coaching session each.
Based on email and Facebook submissions, names were entered into an excel spreadsheet and randomized. We then applied a random number generator (see image) and associated the winning numbers with the rows in the excel spread sheet. The winning numbers are 27,3 and 5 as seen in the random number generator image above. The winners were those with names in the 27th, 3rd and 5th rows.
I went to the Kung Fu studio on Friday in need of a good workout. The night before I had pressed “Send,” and Carry a Paintbrush soared through the ether on its way to the printer. That night I didn’t sleep well, and the next day figured a good session of Kung Fu sparring was going to do me a world of good.
I met Sebastian, a master’s student in writing at Boston College, when I first started practicing Kung Fu. In the Fall of 2010 when I began writing the book , I enlisted Sebastian (and his plentiful talent) to intern with me on the project. The deal was that I was going to pay him a little cash and a lot of coaching as compensation for helping me with researching and editing parts of the book.
Susanne will be doing a segment with reporter Cindy Atoji Keene for a segment in the Boston Globe called The Career Makeover. She will be working with a career transitioner who has been out of work for almost 12 months. The session will be conducted on March 30th. Publish date to be announced.