We're so proud to have been featured on Mom & ... not once, but twice - our episode was brought back for an encore!
Honestly, we could have talked to Missy Stevens and Susanne Kerns for another hour at least!
At EvolveMe, we feel so lucky to have each other for our complimentary skill sets, mutual support, fun and laughter. So you can imagine how much fun it was for us to meet up with these amazing co-hosting founders of the Mom & ... Podcast!
And with 9 kids and multiple career pivots among the four of us, there was no shortage of topics for us to cover.
Below are the show notes.
Welcome to Week 4 of Summer Camp for Moms! We are currently running a month of re-plays focused on helping moms discover and develop their passions while their kids are off doing that same thing at their own camps this summer.
This week we are running an encore presentation of our episode with the founders of EvolveMe, a network that helps mid-career women kick-start their career transformation through curated programming and support from each other.
Original Show Notes:
Our guests this week are Judy Schoenberg & Linda Lautenberg, founders of EvolveMe, a network developed specifically for mid-life women facing a pivot or relaunch.
People who need to drop everything and listen right now (we mean it, now!) include, but are not limited to:
Women who have been home in the primary caregiver role, and are now ready to get back out there.
Women who are ready to change careers.
Women who can’t remember what lights them up.
Women who have no idea who they are anymore.
Women who do not want to face the next chapter alone.
Not in mid-life yet? Don’t worry, you will be one day, so get prepared now. Past mid-life? Nope, you’re not. Mid-life is as much mindset as it is age.
Our conversation was enlightening, and so much fun. We felt an instant kinship with Judy and Linda, because they’ve been where we’ve been. They understand where you’re coming from, too.
We talked about the identity crisis that comes with leaving a career, or changing course, no matter what your reason for making that decision. Early in the episode, Linda talks about going back to her Harvard Business School reunion and nearly every woman was apologizing for something: working, not working, doing something in a way they felt wasn’t “right” or for which they’d face judgment.
Isn’t that eye-opening? Here were women with Harvard degrees, questioning all of their decisions.
That’s where Judy and Linda, and EvolveMe, come in. You don’t have to be alone with your questions and insecurities anymore.