David Friedman is a very busy man; an award-winning film and theater composer, songwriter with a huge body of work and an author. He is also a motivational speaker who is solidly on your side in life. Having brought his own life from one of fear to one of fabulous, he wants you to live the sensational life you were meant to live. With the insights that came from conquering his own enormous challenges, he is ready to guide you to where you want to be through his Thought Exchange.
It is more than a little incomprehensible how one person can do so much in such a variety of areas, but do it he does, and he does it with humor, strength, courage and the kind of candor that makes him easy to follow. I invite you to listen to David talk about his life, his making it past what others may call insurmountable trials and to hear what he says about he possibilities of writing a love letter.
David will be in San Francisco beginning March 21 for an exceptional musical weekend of sharing who he is and what he knows. Friday evening, March 21 from 5:30 to 7:30 he is presenting a benefit concert for Unity of San Francisco; An Intimate Evening with David Friedman & Friends. The friends, who will be joining him in an evening of well-known and loved Friedman songs, are Desiree Goyette (Grammy Award nominee) and LaMont Ridgell. Tickets are $125 in advance and $150 at the door only if available. On Saturday March 22 he offers a musical master class for singers and non-singers; Finding Your Inner Voice Workshop, and Sunday’s offering is a Thought Exchange Workshop in overcoming resistance to living a sensational life. If you are interested in private coaching, contact email@example.com
Sunday Service at Unity, 2222 Bush Street in San Francisco is from 10 – 11 am. And, there is more. If you are interested in having a song written just for you, this is the weekend for you. As he does on NBC’s Today Show, David will write a song just for you or someone you want to honor. One song will be auctioned off beginning at the Friday night fundraiser and ending at the Sunday Service. If this seems like a lot, it is. But then, it is David Friedman we are talking about, the man whose llife is noticeably sensational. Space is limited at all events, so best to register right away at UnitySF.com or call 415-474-0440 for reservations, times and costs.
From me to you with love in the air,
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