Women’s Council for Property Managers - National Association of Residential Property Managers

The Art of Shedding What No Longer Serves You presented by Jessica Zweig and NARPM Women’s Council of Property Managers


Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2021
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm EDT; 1:00pm – 2:30pm CDT; 12:00pm – 1:30pm MDT; 11:00am – 12:30pm PDT/MST; 8:00am – 9:30am HST
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If registered by November 2, 2021
NARPM Members: $35
Non-members: $50

If registered after November 2, 2021 or later
NARPM Members: $45
Non-members: $60

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Registration closes on November 14



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Jessica will inspire women to own their unique gifts and move forward in their businesses as she unpacks how to elevate and activate to your next level of authenticity through the art of shedding what is no longer in energetic alignment with you. She shares her practices of healing and grounding for connecting to her truth, and to know what and who to let go of in her life. This is a sacred practice in the art of expansion, and Jess is here to support you in the process of letting go.

The session will help you:

  • How to establish a crystal clear personal brand identity as a rising woman in the property management industry
  • Connect to your authenticity by grounding & slowing down
  • Have emotional support & healers to help you thrive
  • Shed people who are no longer an energetic match
  • How to treat ourselves & others with sacredness
  • Separate facts from the stories we create in our minds
  • Let go of pieces that don’t align with who you’re becoming

About the Speaker

Jessica Zweig
CEO & Founder

Jessica Zweig is the CEO & Founder of SimplyBe, a premier personal branding company based in Chicago. Her accomplishments have garnered her extraordinary praise, with Crain’s Chicago Business naming her as one of 2020’s Most Notable Entrepreneurs, INC. titling her a ‘Top Digital Marketer to Watch,’ Forbes naming her a ‘Personal Branding Expert,’ and the Chicago Tribune calling her one of the ’10 Entrepreneurs to Follow.’ Distinguished accolades include the 2018 Gold Stevie® Winner for ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year,’ and the 2019 Silver Stevie® Winner for ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year,’ plus features in MarketWatch, Business Insider, Thrive Global and The Newsette, among others.

In 2014, Zweig started a business that would come to represent the next generation of authentic digital marketing: SimplyBe. Fueled by the belief that personal branding isn’t a vanity play, but an opportunity to make the world a better place, Zweig and her female-led team at SimplyBe have gained a national reputation for defining and enhancing the personal brands of corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and creatives, transforming them into recognized industry experts and thought leaders.

In 2019, Zweig signed a book deal with SoundsTrue Publishing, a MacMillan imprint, for her book, Be. A No Bullsh*t Guide to Increasing Your Self Worth and Your Net Worth by Simply Being You. The book was published in February 2021.

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What Are We About?

The purpose of this council will be to focus on the development of leadership qualities in women.  We want to help them become better businesswomen, speakers, and leaders in their communities as well as in the real estate and property management industries. While our focus will primarily be on women and women’s development, men are encouraged to attend women-led trainings, webinars, and breakout sessions to gain knowledge and insights on working with the women in their businesses and how they can help them grow as well.

The day to day operations of running a property management company are changing, including how we collect rent, maintain properties, do inspections, etc. With these changes, we can start to embrace the unique qualities women bring to property management.  This is not solely about gender. There is power in connecting with one another; men and women alike can benefit from connecting. By connecting with one another we can shine a brighter light on and improve this industry, which is the main goal of NARPM and any of their members. Women tend to have fewer role models and mentors and therefore can feel as if they need to conform to the traditional leadership model which can sacrifice her individuality and strengths.  This is easily remedied by simply growing those who are ready to step into the leadership areas they were created for.