56 minutes | Apr 29, 2021

155 Healing Sisterhood Wounds: Lifting Each Other Up with Molly Galbraith

“Girls can be really, really mean.” How many times have you thought, felt, or said that? So many women I work with – me included – have deeply seeded sisterhood wounds. So many women I connect with share that they were isolated, rejected, teased, and even bullied by the girls we thought were our friends when we were younger. It’s painful, embarrassing, and has long lasting impacts. It’s one of them many reasons why the work we do here at PurposeGirl is so important: to heal the wounds of sisterhood and learn how to lift other women up from a place of authenticity and joy. Because sister, there’s enough of everything – clients, money, time, joy, leadership, opportunity, connection, and more – for ALL of us. Your success is not at the deficit or loss of another woman, it is to HER benefit, too! Just like her success is yours.  So sisters, in this episode of The PurposeGirl Podcast, I’m fortunate to be joined by Molly Galbraith, cofounder of Girls Gone Strong (GGS), the world’s largest platform providing evidence-based, interdisciplinary health, fitness, nutrition, and pregnancy education for women and the health and fitness professionals who work with them. In this episode, Molly and I dig into: How we all have likely been on the receiving and giving side of a Sisterhood wound, and how that can be reversed in adulthood. The fact that much of our society creates a false sense of scarcity for leadership and “success”, which leads to the development of a false hierarchy amongst women, that ultimately creates a system of competition. Tools you can use to turn your jealousy and comparison into inspiration and opportunity. Some details about Molly’s brand new book! You can follow Molly on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/mollymgalbraith/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/themollygalbraith/). You can also check out her official website https://www.mollygalbraith.com/ and learn more about her work at https://www.girlsgonestrong.com/ Want more PurposeGirl?? Ready to be your full Goddess on Purpose self? And desire Sisterhood who feels the same? Join the Free PurposeGirls Facebook Group! I post prompts, motivation, and do free live videos and challenges to get you on purpose and loving life!! Click here to join (https://www.facebook.com/groups/PurposeGirlsGroup/). Also make sure you’re getting my newsletter – that’s the first place I send announcements about events, programs and share purpose and happiness tips. Click here to receive my newsletter for free (https://carinrockind.com/newsletter)! Love this episode? Love The PurposeGirl Podcast? Then share the love!! Go to Apple Podcasts and leave a 5 star review, subscribe so you never miss an episode, and download ALL the episodes to listen again and again! And share the PurposeGirl Podcast with every woman you know – that’s how we change the world one woman at a time!! Thank you so much for listening, love, and if you aren’t following me already, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook. May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life!! Bye for now! XO, Carin --- About Molly Galbraith Molly Galbraith is the cofounder of Girls Gone Strong (GGS), the world’s largest platform providing evidence-based, interdisciplinary health, fitness, nutrition, and pregnancy education for women and the health and fitness professionals who work with them including industry leading certification programs and coaching. Her debut book is called Strong Women Lift Each Other Up. The Strong Women Lift Each Other Up philosophy is woven through the fabric of GGS, as Molly leads her international team of women from the US, Canada, UK, Mexico, India, and Australia. From employing and educating, to featuring, collaborating with, and investing in women, GGS is dedicated to lifting women up in 80+ countries around the world. Molly has spoken all over the world at top conferences and prestigious universities like Yale, and she’s been featured in publications like Time and People. 
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