Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

Think.Start.Do Recap Part II

“People won’t remember your accomplishments, they’ll remember how you made them feel.” ~ Melissa Joy Kong After an information-packed morning at Think.Start.Do, the learning continued after lunch. With our mind on food, Johanna Cook of MommaCuisine proudly showed the video that is now on view as United Airlines’ in-flight entertainment. “Know your strengths and OWN […]

Think.Start.Do Recap, Part I

“You’re a character in your story and you need to develop that character. If you never begin, the end isn’t up to you.” ~ Hello Holiday When you’re a solopreneur, it is important to build community and also continue to learn from others. Faced with a sense of loneliness, serial entrepreneur Stefanie Monge decided to […]

Anticipating ThinkStartDo

Next week a fabulous entrepreneurial idol is coming to town and I will get some continuing education in. Megan Hunt is a serial entrepreneur I discovered in an issue of Where Women Create, and since then I have followed her various adventures from Princess Lasertron to Hello Holiday to AirBnB hosting and her various speaking […]

Adaptability, a key trait of entrepreneurial women

“All women adapted to what they were dealt and made it work.” ~ Barbara Joan Zeitz In early October the Network of Entrepreneurial Women celebrated Crain’s Small Business Week with a lovely gathering of small business owners in Glen Ellyn. As we perused the menu and got to know each other, Rebecca Sturgeon (LMT, CMLDT) […]

Charmed by books

Last week we celebrated Women’s History Month at the quaint Town House Books in St. Charles. It was a sunny day and we enjoyed a healthy lunch at the Town House Books Cafe, which was merged (from Al’s Cafe and Creamery) and attached to the building in 1996. The menu is in chapter format. Owner […]