The Winner’s Summit 2014

On Saturday, March 29 Wealthy Sistas Media Group and The Professional Black Woman present The Winner's Summit. The Summit presents a panel of incredible women who are blazing a trail and more importantly who believe in paying it forward.

Mary Beall Adler, CEO and Owner of the Georgetown Bagelry, as well as best-selling author of Who Scooped My Bagel: One Woman's Story of Love, Loss and Success, has been invited to participate in the Winner’s Summit Millionaire Luncheon. The Millionaire Luncheon features highly successful women who have built million dollar businesses and gives participants an upfront and personal time to learn and to ask questions.

Winners Summit 2014
 

Donna Seebo Show Interviews Mary Beall Adler

Donna Seebo ShowOn Friday, February 14 Mary Beall Adler was interviewed on the Donna Seebo Show to talk about her new book, Who Scooped My Bagel?, which chronicles Mary's incredible path to bagel baker and successful business owner.

Listen to the show here.

 

 

 

 

Celebrate Heart Health Month with Storyteller Entrepreneur Mary Beall Adler on her National Media Tour

Book CoverIn support of heart health month, author and entrepreneur Mary Beall Adler, will be sharing her story of love and following your heart’s desire. When it comes to matters of the heart, Mary Beall Adler knows how to follow hers in relentless pursuit of her dreams.

Chronicled in her memoir Who Scooped My Bagel?: One Woman’s Story of Love, Loss and Success is the story of how Adler went from being a third year law student to the successful CEO of Georgetown Bagelry, all while working through a struggling marriage and being a dedicated mother. Now known as “the Bagel Lady” Adler shares her secrets to success, family, and leadership and is kicking off a media sprint this February. Adler will be speaking to the hearts of listeners and members at the Ada and Zena Polin Book Club in Georgetown, Washington DC. Next, she visits the Donna Seebo Radio Show out of Tacoma, WA before supporting the Womens Presidents’ Organization at their retreat later in the month.

Support happy and healthy hearts this month with Mary Beall Adler and discover the story of this inspirational female entrepreneur and woman’s leadership advocate.

Who Scooped My Bagel?: One Woman’s Story of Love, Loss and Success is available through Amazon.com and at www.marybealladler.com.

For press/inquiries:

Allison Looney
843-701-4939
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Mary Beall Adler Receives 2013 Enterprising Women of the Year Honorable Mention

enterprising-women-logoEnterprising Women magazine has announced the winners of the 2013 Enterprising Women of the Year Award, as well as a select group of nominees the judges have chosen to recognize for Honorable Mention. We are delighted to learn that Georgetown Bagelry's own Mary Beall Adler was among those chosen as Honorable Mention recipients.

Enterprising Women, headquartered in Cary, NC, is the nation’s only women-owned magazine published exclusively for women business owners that chronicles the growing political, economic and social influence and power of entrepreneurial women. The annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards recognizes the finest women entrepreneurs in North America and beyond. It is widely considered one of the most prestigious recognition programs for women business owners.

Create Your Dream

 

It all begins with a dream. We allow ourselves to imagine, believe, and create beyond our wildest expectations when we accept the possibility of building our "castles in the air".  As Henry David Thoreau said, "Of course we build our castles in the air. That's where they should be. Then we have to build a foundation under them."

We can dramatically transform our artistic areas of expertise and business by embracing creativity, and establishing the resonance of our soul. It's important to know your subject matter well and realize what makes you an expert. There is nothing more attractive and productive then your own uniqueness and authenticity. Know what that is and be willing to articulate and share it.

The Gift of Living a Contented Life

createWhat do the homeless people at Camillus House in Miami have in common with the artists sharing their work during Art Basel week? What exists when a situation occurs where creative people of contradictory qualities are in the same place? What can be mutual, meaningful, and shared?

It bothered me that I saw onslaughts of homeless people all over Miami while this amazing art event was taking place. I was curious how the homeless folks viewed the public sculptures, art, and music that was abundantly available and literally surrounded them.

 

Go For Your Dreams

How do we live the life of our dreams? What DOES really make us happy? I believe these are important questions to ask ourselves as we take steps to fulfill our life purpose. Do not compromise. Go for it.

The immediate words that come to mind for my happiness right now are love, serve, and remember. Love finds the perfect partnership in everything. Begin with loving yourself. Take care of yourself first and then there’s the capability, strength, and knowledge to partner in other important relationships in your life.

Generating Mental Energy

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credit: letterhappy

Are you succeeding or failing at work-life balance? Give a few interesting details and we may get in touch for an interview and a profile of you.

We get what to do when we’re physically tired, but when we’re mentally tired it’s a different thing. Mental energy can be reinvigorated by falling back in love with your work. Once you fall back in love with your work something sparks about why you’re doing what you’re doing. This is important to notice because mental fatigue can stop you from doing your work.

Tapping Into Our Creativity

courage+2There are key elements we can use to manage our creativity. It is important to schedule just for artistic endeavors. Our creative area of interest needs artistic space so we must set it up. Creative escapes WITH our work are important. We want to learn to be conspicuous! We want to learn to be conspicuous because we don’t want to be self-conscious about our identity. We want to be strong about who we are, and the idea is to fight the cultural restrictions we experience: cultural self-censorship, and artistic self-censorship. Be careful of self censoring, both individual, psychological, and cultural self censorship.

Dream Freely and Define Success

Credit: Josh Glover

Credit: Josh Glover

I had a heart to heart with myself a few years ago and asked myself, “what do I love to do and what makes me feel great”? I have an entrepreneurial spirit and a successful business, but I did not actually feel successful. I have had great coaches in my life and one thing I learned is that knowing what you know is one thing, but being able to coach or teach and pass it on to someone else is a true gift.