Modern feminists talk a lot about “the patriarchy,” but what is it really? Where did it come from? How is internalized patriarchy showing up in and impacting modern women? And what’s the true cost of women being on our best behavior in the name of enduring and thriving in a structure not meant for us?
Eleanor is discussing this with writer, editor, and podcast host, Elise Loehnen. Among many accolades, Elise is the author of instant New York Times bestseller, On Our Best Behavior: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Price Women Pay to Be Good. Elise is sharing her thoughts on the policing women perpetuate onto themselves and other women, the price women pay to be good in our society, and how the more we discover who we are, the more women can be unleashed and unfurled in the world.
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Jenny Radcliffe is a world-renowned social engineer, a.k.a people hacker. She’s well-known in the cybersecurity community globally, and has been called a mind reader, human lie detector, and even likened to a Jedi knight. She joins Eleanor this week to discuss the dark side of business.
Hear what Jenny’s expertise in social engineering entails, and how she uses her skills to help her clients who range from global corporations and law enforcement organizations to poker players and politicians. She shares fascinating insights on how we can keep ourselves secure online, her tips for remaining calm under pressure, and how to detect when we’re in the presence of a liar.
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