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Misogyny at Work: An Inside Job

Have you experienced misogyny at work?  Most women will say that they have experienced some form of misogyny from managers, co-workers, clients, or colleagues. And yet there is ano...

How They Did It: Candance Chow & Melanie Wright

Each month, EvolveMe features inspirational women who've made it to the other side of career change. Learn how they did it and take away usable tips from their professional journey...

Where Can I Lodge a Complaint

When we complain too much, we're pessimistic.  When we always look at the bright side, we're shelling out toxic positivity.  It's hard to know how to show up with the depth and bre...

How to Age-Proof Yourself for a Midlife Career Change

Did you know that the average age for a successful entrepreneur is 45? Yet women experience ageism at work earlier than men in midlife. From our work with women in their 40s, 50s, ...

Planning for the New Year

As the New Year is upon us, it's normal to be pulled to “get your ducks in a row," get organized and have sense you're walking into the New Year with a solid plan. I'd like to invi...

Embracing Your Growth Edge

Have you ever wanted something to change so much but as you contemplated changing it you were struck by the feeling that the change is just "too much" to take on?  A lot of people ...

Finding Worthiness

We hear (and talk) a lot about the importance of taking better care of ourselves. To help, we are encouraged to be guided by self-love, to build our self-esteem, to have a strong s...

Why Finding Yourself if So Important

Have you ever found yourself trying to figure out how to change the trajectory of your work and life? Things aren't necessarily bad, but they sure aren't fulfilling. And yet, you'r...

Three Things to Do When Fear Has It's Grips On You

Fear exists in all of us. It can be a good thing. And, it can be debilitating. Most of us live somewhere in the middle. Those thoughts and voices in our minds that keep us safe and...

NextGroup LLC and EvolveMe Partner to Support Women Re-igniting their Professional Lives

NextGroup LLC, headquartered in the Chicago suburbs, and EvolveMe, headquartered in the New York metro area, are pleased to announce their partnership to provide expanded career re...

Free to Be You....and Me!

Are you living a life of habit or a life of design?  Habits are wonderful ways to simplify elements of our lives, but when we live our lives on autopilot, simply going through the ...

The Gift of Receiving

There are times in our lives when gifts show up unexpectedly - a stranger holding a door open, a gift from a friend in the mail, a neighbor that helps you change a flat tire. At ot...

Dealing with the Unknown

The beginning of the new school year has come and gone. The excitement of what to come is coupled with the fears of what may be.    Will our organizations ask us to return to the o...

The Importance of Moving from Doing to Being

One of the things I’ve learned through coaching - both as a practitioner and as a client - is the clear distinction between doing and being.  It should be no surprise to anyone tha...

There's Nothing Wrong With You

Psst… I have a question for you. How many times has something not gone to plan and your immediate reaction is “what is wrong with me?”  As women, demonizing ourselves is our #1 pas...

Getting in the Zone

We all have the opportunity to live our best lives. Yet, we often hold ourselves back because we believe what we’re doing is good enough or we don’t think there’s anything else for...

Believing in Possibility

As adults, we generally move further and further away from believing in what’s possible and settling for what our brains believe is probable or likely to occur. And, since our brai...

Leading Through Intuition

As a professional, I heard for years, “Trust your gut.” The thing was, I had no idea what my gut was telling me. In my gut I felt fear, anxiety and overwhelm. The more I listened, ...

Follow Your Intuition

Have you ever felt a twinge that something isn’t quite right, but you can’t pinpoint exactly what it is? That’s likely your intuition trying to get your attention. Often, our intui...

Where Are You Investing Your Time?

Time is one of our greatest and most important resources. And yet, most of us spend, squander and waste our time as though it were unlimited. And yet, there’s another way to work w...