“Good for her, not for me.” (BPP #034)

“Good for her, not for me.” (BPP #034)

I can’t go far without hearing the statement, “You do you.”

It seems to be the quote-du-jour.

This idea of “You do you” is similar in sentiment to Amy Poehler’s words, “Good for her, not for me.” These words come from her hilarious book, Yes, Please! The full quote reads:

“That is the motto women should constantly repeat over and over again. Good for her, not for me.”

When I heard this, I thought about just how true the statement is, and yet how much we fight against it. And the thing is, business is hard enough without working against ourselves, so let’s sink into what it would really mean to live Poehler’s words.

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Yes, please! – Amy Poehler

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