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Getting To The Next Level: Edwards & Long Tell What It Takes
If you're not progressing as you want, this is the event to be at to gain the inspiration and know-how to get yourself moving towards your goals and ultimately, to the next level.
By: Women In Film & Television Atlanta
That evening, attendees will hear from Candace Long, a 40-year Arts and Entertainment Industry veteran! Candace will open up the evening by sharing some the personal setbacks she's experienced and how she was able to accept them and move forward. She'll use that to help the audience understand the emotional and spiritual aspects of redefining oneself and pushing through various emotional blockades. To do this, Long will talk about the 6 Steps from a Career to a Calling. Plus, she'll teach her 9 Survival Principles. Following Long's talk and a brief intermission, Executive Coach and Author Mariette Edwards will take the lead. She'll build on Long's discussion by providing the "how" of getting to the next level. Edwards will focus her tips on making the strongest decisions for getting to the next level on your personal journey.
What these ladies have to say could, literally, change your life.
If you're not progressing as you want, this is the event to be at to gain the inspiration and know-how to get yourself moving towards your goals and ultimately, to the next level. So, join WIFTA on May 16, 2013 at Georgia Public Broadcasting 260 14th St. NW Atlanta, GA 30318 for Getting To The Next Level. WIFTA members attend free of charge; the cost for non-members is $10. Space is limited. Pre-registration, which should be done at http://www.WIFTA.org/
About Candace Long
Candace Long has been in the Arts & Entertainment sector for 40 years. In that time, she has worked as a performer, writer, composer theatrical producer, business & marketing consultant, arts leader and marketplace minister. As such, she has a wealth of wisdom and information for anyone pursuing a career in the arts. She has seen the good, the bad and the ugly and tells it like it is. In short, Long knows what it means to "survive the creative journey."
In 2000, she ventured out to re-stage her award-winning musical A Time To Dance and take it on the road. Unfortunately, her premiere fell on the ill-fated September 11, 2011. The events surrounding 9-11 forced the production company to close and left her financially devastated. She entered a self-imposed three-year "wilderness,"
Long has served as Vice Chair of Women In Film & Television International (WIFTI) and President of Women In Film & Television Atlanta (WIFTA). She currently serves as Vice President of Development for the National League of American Pen Women, is a member of the Georgia Film & Music Commission and acts as a consultant for the Georgia Arts Network.
To learn more about Candace long, visit www.CandaceLong.com.
About Mariette Edwards
Mariette is the founder and president of Do Your Great Work, Inc., an executive coaching and creative consulting firm focusing on Career Choreography for High Achieving Creatives, Mavericks and Key Players Up To Big Things. Edwards' work as a strategist and coach has been featured in Make a Name for Yourself by Robin Fisher Roffer, Wired for Creativity by Candace Long and 201 Best Questions To Ask On Your Interview by John Kador. Her articles on career strategies have appeared in print and online around the world including The Wall Street Journal, CNN, and CNN London. She is the author of Do Your Great Work: Learn the Rules, Dissolve the Myths that Hold You Back and Start Making It Happen Today, 25 Things You Should Know Before Doing Your Great Work and is a contributor to The Gratitude Book Project: Celebrating 365 Days of Gratitude 2013 edition. Visit her website www.DoYourGreatWork.com for more details.
Women In Film & Television Atlanta (WIFTA), a 501c-3 Georgia non-profit, is a member-based professional organization affiliated with other Women In Film chapters around the world. Since our inception in 1974, the Atlanta chapter has proudly had a membership community of multi-generational and culturally diverse professionals, which include producers, directors, actors, entertainment attorneys, camera and sound technicians, film editors, graphic design artists, make-up artists, wardrobe specialists, screenwriters, talent agents and casting directors. Women in Film and Television Atlanta (WIFTA) is dedicated to improving the status and portrayal of women in film, television, video, and other screen based media by offering opportunities for media makers to connect, create, champion and inspire.
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