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Gerald Grinter - The Art of Working for Yourself Book Launch at the Microsoft Store at UVillage
Meet business mentor and author H. Gerald Grinter, as he signs and discusses his new book, THE ART OF WORKING FOR YOURSELF on Wednesday, October 3rd at 6:00 pm at the Microsoft Store at University, Village, 2623 NE University Village St. Seattle, WA.
“We’re thrilled to be hosting Gerald Grinter’s first book launch event for his new book THE ART OF WORKING FOR YOURSELF at the Microsoft Store at University Village. Gerald will be talking about how the book came about and what it means for the small business owner as well as those work for someone else. And why it is important to always work for yourself, no matter who you work for. His new book is perfect book for the overworked business owner or the down-sized, let-go and unemployed who are ready to change the way they work and live. The book also makes a great gift for a loved one in life transition and is stuck in the old ways of doing working, Editor Debra Drake said. The book The Art of Working for Yourself is a “Comfortable Book” that takes readers on a journey of self-discovery on how you can change the way you work and live. We’re also encouraging people to Tweet and Facebook share the book as well. It’s really exciting.”
The book THE ART OF WORKING FOR YOURSELF begins with the quote given to him by his father when he was sixteen, Gerald Grinters’s easy style of writing makes you feel as if you are having a conversation with him over coffee.
Customers can purchase a copy of THE ART OF WORKING FOR YOURSELF and learn more about upcoming events at the Microsoft Store. Full details are available at either Microsoft Store at University Village / La Shanda Hurst or by emailing email@example.com
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
GERLAD GRINTER has enjoyed successful career as a business owner, volunteer/mentor at the Non-Profit Washington CASH and now author. To learn more about H. Gerald Grinter and upcoming events visit http://theartofworkingforyourself.com
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