Every woman out there knows exactly what being the “good girl” means. We have all seen her on TV and in movies, in millions of ways where being “the good girl” always wins and is always rewarded. It means playing it safe, doing it right, getting it perfect, and pleasing everyone around you. And THAT has very little to do with comedy, performing, and creativity. Or leadership. Or innovation.
She may appear to be “good” but for women who want to make a mark in any field, “the Good Girl” in us all is perhaps our worst enemy.
Learn more about my work with "the Good Girl" and what lies beyond her featuring talks, workshops, essays and an upcoming book.
GOOD GIRLS AREN'T CEOS
I have also developed a version of the talk geared toward women in business.