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EP023 Gia's in story-mode, sharing her current musings in the quest for bold bitchdom. She talks about how some of her early relationships with coaches and trainers created a skewed picture of herself, how she's learning to develop grit, and how understanding her neurodivergence is helping her be authentic, even if it means losing some relationships along the way.
IN THIS EPISODE:
02:04 - How well-meaning coaches f*cked her up (and probably you too)
11:20 - Learning how to not let people tell you who you are
12:28 - Recent relationship turmoil and the lesson that came with losing a friend
21:14 - Honoring who you've been and being proud of who you've grown into
24:08 - Neurodivergence and otherness, unmasking and being real for the first time
30:05 - Creating a context for your life that supports you and your brain
34:40 - What we get wrong about confidence and grit
36:24 - The one question that's unlocking her next level up
44:30 - The gift in not having to be great at something
46:32 - Is your wheel of life an actual wheel, or more like Edward Scissorhands?
51:40 - How do you level the playing field for yourself? WWADBD baby
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More About The Show: In the BOLD BITCH Podcast we dive deep into taboo topics. Each week award-winning creative powerhouse and compulsively curious host Gia Goodrich talks to badass visionaries and brazen game-changers with bold visions and strong opinions. Diving below the surface of subjects we're socialized not to talk about, we learn, lift the veil, and shift perspectives on the lightning rod issues impacting us every day. It might ruffle a few feathers, but it takes honesty to inspire change and remind us that the boldest version of ourselves is exactly what the world needs.