Have you ever heard someone say that women tend to make emotional decisions? Or maybe you’ve been told that women have to act like men in order to be an effective leader.
These are just a couple of the myths we’re often told about how a woman’s brain works.
While it’s true that women’s brains work differently than men, there are still a lot of misconceptions about what that really looks like.
But what if you could break through those misconceptions to stop underestimating your abilities and downplaying your successes, and START learning about the unique strengths of a woman’s brain and how to make them work for you?
That’s exactly what I chatted about on the SHE podcast with Dr. Tracy Alloway.
Think Like a Girl
There’s no one better to unpack the mysteries of a woman’s mind than Dr. Tracy Alloway – award-winning psychologist, professor, author, and TEDx speaker.
She has published fifteen books and over one hundred scientific articles on the brain and memory and has shared her insights about the brain with Fortune 500 companies all over the country.
Her research has been used in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Bloomberg. And as a teaching professor and in her private psychology practice based in Jacksonville, Florida, Dr. Alloway helps countless women learn how to use their uniquely female brains to live their best lives.
And let me just say, you’re gonna be blown away by what Dr. Alloway has to say about the female brain – I know I was!
Learn More About the Female Brain
If you’re ready to uncover the unique strengths of the female brain and grow in confidence, then you won’t want to miss this episode.
Do some finger stretches and press that play button to tune in to this knowledge-packed episode and learn:
- How women adopting masculine traits is hurting not helping
- The unique strengths of a woman’s brain
- How to make a more rational decision when you’re feeling stressed
- Myths we believe about women’s brains and the truth behind them
- How changing one word can make a difference in your thoughts
And let us know in the comments below: what did you find most interesting about this episode?