Last updated on September 12, 2022
Local author, entrepreneur coach, and Founder & CEO of the Innovation & Creativity Institute, Susie deVille, will be signing copies of her book, Buoyant: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Becoming Wildly Successful, Creative, and Free, at Shakespeare & Co Bookseller, 204 N. 5th Street, Highlands, on Friday, September 23rd at 5:30 pm. Copies will be available for purchase.
Referred to as The Artist’s Way for entrepreneurs, Buoyant is part memoir and part exercise-filled guide. Said deVille, “Buoyant helps you tap into your creativity, embrace uncertainty, and bring your wildest dreams to life.”
The book is filled with resources, tips, and inspirational anecdotes designed to encourage, inspire, and equip readers.
Publisher’s Weekly’s BookLife gave Buoyant a stellar review noting, “Readers looking for ideas for cultivating real change and achieving success will find much to dig into in this polished, inspiring guide.”
The event is free to attend. In addition to signing books, deVille will give a brief presentation on leveraging the surprising power of creativity. The Secret Garden will provide wine and food for the event.
“I am so excited to join Stuart Ferguson at his charming bookstore, Shakespeare & Co, and celebrate the release of my book with a signing,” said deVille. “Everyone who attends will
also be gifted a free ticket to an exclusive online training I’m hosting for small business owners, creators, and entrepreneurs (“How I Quadrupled My Income in a 4-Day Workweek”). This information is guaranteed to set you free…I promise!”
Susie deVille is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs build wildly successful businesses by rediscovering their creativity and leveraging the power of their true nature. An author, coach, and entrepreneur who built and sold a highly profitable real estate firm, she has been researching innovation and creativity since 2005. She is the founder and CEO of the Innovation & Creativity Institute and trained as a coach with Dr. Martha Beck. Her book, Buoyant, is available wherever books are sold. For more information, visit InnovationandCreativityInstitute.com.