At GGRC we chat with various women who bring their experiences and advice to our listeners. We take on the challenge of learning how to CHANGE THE CONVERSATIONS that drive these horrible stereotypes that women are expected to follow. We invite a variety of guests including authors, therapists, chefs, and even family members that will share how their experiences have shaped them and how they expect change to happen!
Please join us and let’s start changing what it means to be a ‘Good Girl’, one conversation at a time. 😊
Angela Guido | Success via Self-Actualizing | Everyone Needs a Mirror
On this special edition of GGRC Tracy brings in her amazing cousin Angela Guido, best selling author and CEO of Career Protocol. She specializes in helping professionals be successful in their goals. Whether they are trying to get into business school to nailing their interview to a Fortune 500 company, Angela has a step by step guide to help you. She schools us on what it takes to be successful and happy in what you do, how failure is really a great tool to help in success and how to apply that discipline into your everyday life. Plus she is really funny.
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Angela Guido runs Career Protocol, and she offers a more realistic no nonsense advice for career success. She understand that we are suppose to have fun in life and our work should be the same. She has a very unique coaching style and is an amazing person to just chat with. She will not sugar coat what she has to say nor should she! Her books are an extension of her brilliant ideas and opinions plus they will be a great asset to help you reach the goals you thought you could not achieve.
You can find Angela's books on amazon
For more information her episode page on our website goodgirlsrecoveryclub.com
Stacy | On Body Shaming and Self Love
Welcome to the Good Girls Recovery Club...
TRACY FEELS BETER & just in time to have a chat with Stacy Soderholm, a Self Love and Empowerment Coach for Smart Conscious Women who takes the time to teach these Good Girls a thing or two about loving their bodies and how to stop looking to others for validation. She gives us some tools to help us live our best self without expectations.
Stacy, Tracy & Mónica get into the nitty gritty of what body shaming really looks like, how it impacts our everyday AND how we can change the message with small actions of self-care.
Get her free gift at bit.ly/recrownedwoman
Book a free call at bookme.name/stacysoderholm
Follow her on Facebook at fb.me/playfulqueen
Suzanne Weber |Two Sides, One Girl
Welcome to the Good Girls Recovery Club
Mónica & Tracy get to discuss the Good Girls Dualities with guest host Suzanne Weber!
Suzanne is an author and artist who created Anita Liberty and wrote three books under the Anita Liberty pseudonym. Her books include "How to Heal the Hurt by Hating' & "How to Stay Bitter Through The Happiest Times in Your lIfe" She was able to give a voice to a lot of women's angst through her books and she DEFINITELY made a HUGE impact in Tracy's and my life.
We discuss a listener submitted story where a Good Girls is trapped at work and dealing with an egotistical boss. She is torn because her only defense against him was flirting and she is not sure how to continue. You can read the story here.
Suzanne brings a great perspective to our conversation along with some great humor and some very relatable stories.
SUZANNE WEBER is best known for creating and performing the character, Anita Liberty, a performance poet who, when her boyfriend dumps her for another woman, gets even by devoting her entire career to humiliating him in public. She currently works as a television writer and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and teenaged daughter (a bitter chip off her bitter block).
Please visit our website to view Suzanne's full bio and Contact information!
Isha Vela | Trauma, Colonialism and Healing Each Other
Welcome to the Good Girls Recovery Club
Mónica met Isha in a sort of beautiful serendipity. After a friend invited her to join Isha's FaceBook group, Liberated LatinX Womxn Lead the World, Monica could barely believe it. She was so excited to find a group of women that were looking to spread the same message her and Tracy are hoping to. Tracy was not able to talk to Isha in this interview, but Monica tries to tackle the topic of self confidence, the strength that women forget they have and how colonialism has create some very harmful stereotypes that we hold ourselves accountable to.
Plus, they throw in some of that puertorican or Boricua, slang here and there!
Isha Vela is a certified Psychologist and founder of the wonderful and unique Embodied Latinx Leadership Academy .
Tracy & Monica- Don't be so JUDGY! - Nice, Kind or Safe
As our opening episode Monica & Tracy decided to start off talking about the difference in being nice versus being kind and how being nice is actually dangerous! Women face a big problem when they choose to be nice over being safe. We share some of our personal stories with splash of irony, sarcasm and a little bit of professional advice! :)
We also were able to find some amazing similarities in Online Safety Rules and Real Life Safety Rules.
Who would have thought...
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GGRC_What are we about
Hi! We have received a TON of questions wondering what we are about. SO, while we continue to produce our future content we figured we can give you a short preview of what is coming up! We are excited for you to listen. For more information please visit our website, goodgirlsrecoveryclub.com. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org