Break the Good Girl Myth: How to Dismantle Outdated Rules, Unleash Your Power, and Design a More Purposeful Life


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About the Author

Majo Molfino is the host of the Heroine podcast and her work has been featured in Forbes, Harper's Bazaar, FastCoDesign, Man Repeller, Levo League, Career Contessa, and 99U. She has a master's degree in learning, design, and technology from Stanford Unversity and a bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in cultural studies from McGill University. When she isn't writing or podcasting, she's sipping on tea in the Californian Redwoods with her husband Enrique. She lives in San Francisco.


"A must-read for any woman who is ready to design a life on her own terms. Majo holds up a big, clear mirror to help you see your blind spots and activate your power."--Sophia Amoruso, Founder & CEO, Girlboss
"One of our favorite questions in the Stanford Life Design Lab is 'What do you notice?' as it focuses you on what is actually happening and what you're learning by paying attention. Majo artfully couples deep self-reflection with design thinking to offer valuable and timely solutions for women. If you want a more well-designed and generative life, read this book."--Dave Evans, co-founder of the Stanford Life Design Lab and co-author of Designing Your Life and Designing Your Work Life
"Practically every woman I know could benefit from Break the Good Girl Myth. Majo Molfino is working from a deep knowledge of the social factors that put contradictory pressures on all women, but her conversational writing makes reading this book feel like a chat with a good friend over coffee. Majo will change your thinking and your life, and make it all feel easy."--Martha Beck, PhD., bestselling author and life coach
"Majo's words and ideas will change your life. Buy the book and discover your true potential as a woman."--Lisa Congdon, artist & illustrator
"An elegant, powerful framework for female liberation."--Amber Rae, author of Choose Wonder over Worry
"Inspiring! Majo's insightful words help fortify your creative confidence so you can discover and share your gifts with the world!"--Jessica Hische, Lettering Artist and New York Times bestselling author of Tomorrow I'll Be Brave
"Smart, empowering, and practical, Break the Good Girl Myth gives you the vision to break free from old constraints and then guides you in creating a better future for yourself - and the planet."--BJ Fogg, PhD. New York Times bestselling author of Tiny Habits