The women of CoveyClub are here to help you reinvent, refresh, rethink — in both business & friendship!
We can't tell you what change in your life should look like. But the flock (the covey) will hold a space for you while you explore what's next
Are you a female executive seeking your next step? A budding entrepreneur? Or feeling stuck or like you need a refresh or a rethink? Founder Lesley Jane Seymour, former Editor-in-Chief of More magazine, shares her secrets for creating change
The free 16-page CoveyClub Set Your Intention for 2023 Workbook is here to support you — and so are we! In this guided journal you’ll find prompts to help you reflect on the year behind, reimagine your goals, rethink your habits, and (of course!) reinvent yourself in the way that feels right for you.
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Are you stalled in your corporate career? Are you about to hit empty nest? Covey is your tribe of welcoming, accomplished girlfriends who are navigating the challenges of midlife together. Join for the business connections; stay for the self-discovery and friendship. We can not tell you what your reinvention should be. But we can give you the tools through coaching, workshops, live and virtual events, and our 5-star PODs, to find out. Added bonus: members do tons of business with each other.
Live long enough and you'll hit a speed bump that requires you to recalibrate. The bump could be a health crisis, job loss or downsizing, a pending empty nest, sudden weight gain, or unexpected elder care. Lesley Jane Seymour, former Editor-in-Chief of More Magazine, Marie Claire, and Redbook, has interviewed hundreds of women who have navigated it all and share their secrets for flourishing on her podcast called "Reinventing Yourself with Lesley Jane Seymour". You can start your reinvention with no experience at all. Just follow the tips and tricks these trailblazers reveal.Newest Podcasts
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Old friends are fabulous. But they have expectations for who you are. New friends pry you out of your old silo and fixed mindset. New friends accept you as the new person you show up as today. A covey is a small group of birds and the CoveyClub is the nest where we hold space for you while you explore who you're going to be in your next life. When you join, you gain access to all of our tools: our private stash of 150 classes, our one-on-one PODs, our app where you can share your dreams. Remember that the CoveyClub mantra says: "It ain't over 'till you say it's over!"Classes & Events
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The great thing about women over 40? We're all experts in our fields! Follow the topics of discussion that interest you most: health & wellbeing, self-care, reinvention, entrepreneurship, decluttering & rightsizing, fashion & style, and more. Get involved in our Rooms (The Writers Room, Menopause Mayhem, Caregivers Collective & more) and dive deep into your topics of interest.
There are few things that hit our self-confidence as hard as a person we clearly remember meeting reintroduces themselves to us. No matter if at work or in private life, such situations tend to lead to a barrage of negative self-talk: “I’m just not that interesting,” “Of course, they only remember my partner/business partner – they are so much more fun than I am,” or maybe “I’m an introvert, so it is what it is.” The truth is that being more memorable does not mean you’ll have to be loud or shrill or share stories you consider personal. It involves knowing what makes us memorable to others in general – and what this could be for us. It also requires looking into our willingness to become more memorable as many of grew up with messages from family and society that “being invisible” is safer. In this class, confidence & leadership coach Micha Goebig will share a framework for becoming more memorable. She'll guide you through discussion questions and exercises to help you find your own approach to making sure people won’t forget who you are.
March 29 2023 2:00pm (EDT)Find out more