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PROGRAMS & EVENTS
NYWIFT Night Out - March 9th, 2015
How to Make Your Screenplay or Novel Better ... Fast!
NYWIFT @ the ReelAbilities Film Festival: Screening of
Mimi and Dona
Lunchtime Skills Workshop: Becoming a Skillful Negotiator. The Agent' s Strategies for Success
Filming on the Frontlines: How to Manage Risky Situations
NYWIFT Member Screening Series: The Last To Know
Adaptations: The Nuts & Bolts of Translating Source Material to the Screen
SWAN Day (Support Women Artists Now) Day Screening and Reception
How to Deal With Difficult People:
Family and Foes, Friends and Lovers, Bosses and Co-workers
Unblock Your Fears To Accomplish Your Goals
Do your parents still get on your nerves? Do you find yourself in battle at work with a colleague? Is your spouse too controlling? Do you feel like your best friend always finds something wrong with your goals?
This enlightening and entertaining seminar with Gayle Kirschenbaum will guide you on how to deal with difficult people. Kirschenbaum uses her Seven Healing Tools to teach us how we can empower ourselves to overcome the challenges of dealing with critical, problematic people and to attain a state of emotional freedom.
You'll learn how to:
Deal with critical people
Reverse negative thoughts
This seminar includes a screening of Kirschenbaum's award-winning film
, which centers around her mother’s lifelong campaign to convince her to have a nose job. The documentary has played worldwide to rave reviews. Kirschenbaum utilizes her film to demonstrate how you can turn around a challenging relationship.
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.
Last updated: Oct. 8, 2012
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