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Sign Up for Career Support Workshop With
Zip Creative's Joanne Zippel

It's time to clarify your true vision and get the support you need to break through!

Creative Life Coach and producer Joanne Zippel from Zip Creative leads this intensive 8-session workshop to help you clarify your intentions, chart a course for your current career and explore your next act.

You will learn to let go of the limiting beliefs that hold you back from achieving your dreams, then discover how to set new objectives, formulate strategies and put your plans into action. Plus, find the support you need and create a community with fellow NYWIFT members.

Take action and achieve your personal and professional best!

When: 8 sessions (every other Thursday)
Sept. 12, Sept. 26, Oct. 10, Oct. 24, Nov. 7 , Nov. 21, Dec. 5, Dec. 19
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Where: NYWIFT Conference Room, 6 East 39th Street, Suite 1200
Cost: $25 per session. This workshop is for NYWIFT members only.
Participants must sign up for a minimum of 6 of the 8 sessions.
Limit 16 attendees.

Three Ways to Register:
Click here to register.
• Go to zipcreative.net and click on NYWIFT Career Support Workshop
• Email joanne@zipcreative.net

What Others Are Saying About the Career Support Workshop  
To watch a video of NYWIFT members who have participated in the workshop click here.

“How often are you told that following your dreams and being practical about your career are not opposing ideals? Yet the belief that this balance is not only possible, but, in fact, ideal is exactly the approach taken in the Career Support Workshop led by Joanne Zippel.”—Debra Kirschner, Writer-Director. Read her full article here.

"Joanne’s approach to helping creatives reach their personal and artistic goals addresses both the practical steps to take as well as the emotional hurdles creatives often face in getting their work out into the world. Joanne sets up a warm and welcoming environment to set clear, measurable and attainable goals; to be accountable to ourselves and others; and gives us a place where creatives can truly collaborate to help each other get to the next level. Truly empowering!”— Christine Hinz, Screenwriter

”I had to learn how to change my thinking and Joanne’s workshop has helped get my brain turned around. I found the group not only supportive but also inspiring. It was great being with a group of smart women all willing to share expertise, information and empathy!”— Mimi Spillane, TV Producer, Commentator, Journalist Joanne ZippelJoanne ZippelZip Creative 

Joanne Zippel’s Creative Coaching practice evolved out of her work as a manager of playwrights and screenwriters—guiding their careers and helping them to pursue their passions in what is an often difficult, changeable and arbitrary business.  Helping highly motivated people clarify and achieve their vision has long been, and remains, central to her work as a producer, entrepreneur and coach. Through the unique combination of her professional experience in the entertainment industry and her life coaching she can help you build a solid foundation from which to make authentic career and life decisions and take practical action. 

She has over 25 years experience as an entrepreneur, working in theater and live event production, marketing, promotion, sponsorship, development and literary management in the entertainment business. Zippel is a long-standing member of NYWIFT and looks forward to helping her fellow members achieve both personal and professional success. To learn more go to www.zipcreative.net

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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts