Tag Archives: Barbara Joan Zeitz

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) […]

Celebrating Character, Courage and Commitment

“There is no royal flower-strewn path to success. And if there is, I have not found it f or if I have accomplished anything in life it is because I have been willing to work hard. Perseverance is my motto.” ~ Madame C.J. Walker Women’s History Month has come to a close, but women continue […]

Women’s History celebration with NEW

It is Women’s History Month and I am super excited to discuss women’s achievements with a historian on Wednesday. This year’s theme is Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment. Barbara Joan Zeitz has been researching women’s history since 2007, and has been writing about her findings on CountHerHistory for a decade. In 2012 she […]

Bookish fun

Remember those booklists from last week? Well, we had a lively discussion about those and other fabulous titles at the NEW Wine Women and Wellness in Hyde Park. 57th Street Bookstore is such a gem. Just looking at books is so much fun. We had the honor of talking directly to the author of A […]