Happy 2017 and New Teaching Space!

While walking through Central Park on a bright November day, I saw this rainbow (header image) in a fountain. Little did I know that it was sign of good fortune to come. Several days before New Year's Eve, I received a phone call from my dear friend Mr. R.D. Chin to meet him on West 30th Street, near Penn Station. With his lovely wife, R.D. secured a gorgeous space above an art gallery in midtown Manhattan. "It's a place where we can all teach," he said. This is a dream come true.

The Teaching Space to Grow in Community

​With this new chapter for Melissa's Coaching Studio, I hope you will come visit as well as join a discussion or take a workshop. Beginning in February, I'm offering several different events.

Chi: A Journal Writing Workshop

Writing is the perfect way to make the invisible visible. Writing together, we will learn how to express the best of who we are in the world. Learn how to channel your chi into journal entries, affirmations, and much more. We'll be writing, reading passages from the mystics, sharing, and helping each other through the art of words. More details here.

Perfect Pitch Thursdays

Do you have a book idea? But, you have no idea how to crack the publishing world? I'm dedicating four, one hour session every Thursday afternoon to work one-to-one with writers. Well work on your pitch and networking strategies in order to help you bring focus, clarity to your concept, brand, and platform. More details here.

Book Club 307

I'm so excited to start this book club. Book Club 307 is for agents of change. It is no coincidence that I selected Kelly Link's Get in Trouble: Stories, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, for our first book discussion. We meet the first and third Tuesdays of the month. More details here

Social Media Labs, Marketing Workshops, Career Strategy Seminars in March!

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Melissa A. Rosati

Melissa A. Rosati, CPCC, is a career strategist to writers, independent scholars and academics. An award-winning publisher, Melissa has acquired nonfiction titles and led editorial teams for HarperCollins, Van Nostrand Reinhold and Routledge in New York, and served as editorial director for McGraw-Hill International based in London.

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