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Associate at Boutique NYC Law Firm

The results of our weekly sessions surpassed all expectations.  In concrete terms, within five months I obtained a new job that permits me to continue being a lawyer – a career path that I was on the verge of quitting despite years of education and hard work – while honoring my values, interests, and creativity and making a good living:  a combination I never thought possible as an attorney in private practice in NYC.  Astrid’s probing questions and value-oriented exercises played a significant role in giving me the focus and courage to identify and pursue my new legal career.  

Pianist, DMA and Juilliard Faculty Member

Astrid is one of the most inspiring people I know, having been incredibly successful in both her first career as a lawyer and her family life, while maintaining one of the most upbeat, optimistic, and forward-thinking personalities out there.

— MS, New York, NY

Strategic Account Director in NYC (2)

[At the Pace University Encore Transition Program], Astrid’s open and direct style challenged us all, made us less afraid of the unknowns, and affirmed our new uncharted directions.  We all gained a deeper self understanding and established life purpose statements and action plans through Astrid’s work.   I wholeheartedly recommend Astrid for her career coaching skills.  Her respect and love for people will become evident early in your introduction. 

—Diane Coleman, Strategic Account Director, New York, NY

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Mock Auditions at the Yale School of Music: A Rich Growth Experience for Music Entrepreneurs
Last week, students at the Yale School of Music were treated to an extraordinary experience: mock orchestral auditions with a panel of 3 world-class musicians: Maestro Peter Oundjian, Music Director of Toronto Symphony and former first violin of the Tokyo String Quartet, and two professors from the Yale School of Music, William Purvis (French Horn) and Robert Van Sice (Percussion). Nine brave student volunteers representing brass (horn), winds (bassoon, clarinet, oboe and flute),...
The Art of Persuasion: The 4 Elements of Dynamic Presentations for Music Entrepreneurs and Arts Leaders
What is the secret of persuading others to follow your lead?No matter what your station in life-as a musician who is raising money, a member of an ensemble, an artistic collaborator working on a project or an arts leader with a vision that you want to carry out, success often depends on your ability to persuade other people to join in your cause and follow your lead.This was another question that we tackled in the Opera America's Leadership Intensive Next Steps (LINS) program, last month as...
Using Music to Solve Problems: How Music Entrepreneurs Discover Solutions in 3 Steps
How can the process of learning how to perform music help music entrepreneurs and arts leaders solve difficult leadership problems when the answers are not obvious? This was among the questions under discussion at last week's Opera America's Leadership Intensive Next Steps (LINS) program, which brought together 15 talented mid-career opera managers to provide advanced leadership training in order to retain high-quality leaders in the field. The reason for the training? As these r...
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