This is a podcast episode titled, Goodbye to the Good Girls. The summary for this episode is: Generations of women have been raised to be “good girls” where they’re taught to be polite, not speak too loud, don’t argue with others, and the list goes on and on. While these behaviors are taught to women at a young age, they tend to impact their entire life both personally and professionally. In fact, many women struggle to break free of this “good girl” behavior and never end up being able to advocate for themselves or get their ideas heard. For us to really achieve equality in this world, that’s got to stop. We need the current generation of women in the workforce now to shed their “good girl” behaviors and start speaking louder, advocating more for themselves, and ensuring their voice and opinions are heard. And, then we need to teach generations of girls how to do this so they don’t fall victim to the same behaviors. In this episode, we chat with Michelle Miller, Marketing Manager at Warren Rupp. She has more than 10 years of marketing communications experience at Seaman Corporation, Madison Services Group, and Alliance Community Hospital.