Join Books Inc. for an empowering talk in celebration of Majo Molfino's must-read debut nonfiction work, Break the Good Girl Myth: How to Dismantle Outdated Rules, Unleash Your Power, and Design a More Purposeful Life. Majo will be in conversation with Lindsay Jean Thomson.
Drawing on countless coaching sessions and conversations with female leaders, Majo identifies five self-sabotaging tendencies ("the five Good Girl Myths") every woman must overcome to unleash her power and design a more purposeful life:
- The Myth of Rules
- The Myth of Perfection
- The Myth of Logic
- The Myth of Harmony
- The Myth of Sacrifice
While there are many women's leadership books, Majo uses her knowledge and training in design thinking (which is used by the world's most innovative people and companies) to help you build creative confidence and break free from these disempowering myths once and for all.
Discover how each myth negatively affects your relationships, career, and well-being and identify your primary good girl myth - the blindspot that's zapping most of your power as a creative badass.
If you're a woman who can't seem to get your voice or ideas out into the world, Break the Good Girl Myth will finally help you understand why and light the way out so you can become the woman you're meant to be.
Your time - our time - is now.
Majo Molfino is an Argentine-American author, designer, and women’s leadership expert. She is the host of the HEROINE podcast featuring top female leaders, creatives, and visionaries. Her leadership program, IGNITE, guides women to design and share a creative dream with the world. She has a master’s in learning, design, and technology from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in cultural studies from McGill University. She lives in California with her husband.
Lindsay Jean Thomson is a champion for finding the best in yourself and others. She's a writer, teacher, and long-time community builder. Lindsay leads #The100DayProject, a free, global art project that takes place online each spring, and co-founded Women Catalysts.