amy ramsey

Amy Ramsey

With a combined 30+ years experience in entertainment, sales, and marketing, Amy lived and worked in Japan, Greece, and other countries for over 10 years. Her careers at Disney, Neiman-Marcus, and later with Rodan+Fields, afforded Amy countless opportunities to coach, mentor, and work with people around the world.

After returning to the U.S., Amy built a successful business in direct sales, held high-level volunteer positions such as PTA President for Fort Worth ISD, and focused on raising her two children. The flexibility of being a business owner allowed her to focus on her family, volunteer in the community, and ultimately pursue her passion: coaching and mentoring.

After obtaining her coaching certification, Amy worked closely with women on confidence, empowerment, setting boundaries, limiting beliefs, and agency. She also focuses on individuals and couples as they seek to strengthen connection and build authentic relationships. In 2019, Amy co-founded Evolve Coaching Group with her husband, Trey. Evolve allows Amy to share her experiences, insights, and effective tools with a global audience.

Leader, coach, speaker, author, and inspirational force, Amy obtained her professional coaching certification through JRNI Coaching, an ICF-accredited program. When she’s not engaging clients, researching, or writing, Amy can be found in the gym or spending time with her family. Amy currently lives in Fort Worth, Texas, and is the proud mom of Harper and Spencer, and the proud stepmom of Jesseca and Jackson.


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Doesn’t matter what the goal is… consistency is the key to success in any endeavor.

#evolvecoachinggroup #evolveconnectgrow #consistency #success #mindset #yolo #keepgoing #youreneveroutofthefight

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Here it is.
Permission slip to do the thing.
Set the boundary.
Start the program.
Leave the toxic environment.
Set the date.
Make the call.
Take the action.
Say no.
Tell the truth.
Express the concern.
Eat the cupcake.
Turn off the phone.
Delete the comment.
Distance yourself from the person.
Whatever is it, however uncomfortable it feels, no matter who it disappoints, HERE IS YOUR OFFICIAL PERMISSION SLIP.


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Our beliefs either serve us well and help move us forward, or they limit us and hold us back.

The awesome thing about our beliefs is that we can change them. It may take time and effort. It may even be painful. But we can change them and begin the process of rebirth and renewal.

It’s never too late…

#evolvecoachinggroup #evolveconnectgrow #limitingbeliefs #growth #growthmindset #beliefs #mindsetmatters

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-Message someone you’re thinking about them, for no reason.
-If you see someone post something exciting, tell them how happy you are for them, even if it has been a while since you spoke to them.
-compliment someone, even a stranger, you never know how that can boost their confidence.
-raise your hand and participate
-volunteer to help
-Break the silence.
Don’t wait for someone to ask, if you see someone you can help, do it.
Don’t wait for her to apologize. Apologize first. Humble yourself. Be vulnerable. See what happens when you do.
If that sounds impossible, that’s your ego talkin.

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It’s interesting to me when business leaders are looking for ways to make their teams “more resilient” – and it’s a red flag.

I mean, navigating a difficult situation, market challenge, or global pandemic is one thing. Needing your employees to be more resilient to survive your organization’s toxic culture is another.

#evolvecoachinggroup #evolveconnectgrow #resilience #toxicworkplace #adversity #culturechange #mindsetiseverything #leadership #leadershipcoaching

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