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Lucille Ball

One thing about Lucille Ball; she never let hardship, obstacles, or lack of imagination get in her way. At age 40 she began starring in I Love Lucy, gave birth to her first child, and invented the concept of the live studio audience. Take a lesson from this legendary trailblazer; “The more things you do, the more you can do.”  

Margaret Fogarty Rudkin

Although it had never been Margaret Rudkin’s intention to begin a food company, or a successful business woman, that didn’t stop her from having Fortune magazine name her the most powerful woman in business for 1950-1960, in 2007. She also penned the first cookbook on the New York Times Best Sellers list.

Coco Chanel

Few people have empowered women like Coco Chanel. Though her journey was plagued with obstacles, her strength, determination and creative vision were byproducts of the difficult childhood she endured. Mademoiselle channeled her pain to become the most celebrated fashion designer in the world.