Ending the Mean Girl Culture at Work

I think as women we get so much fear thrown our way.  Fear of how we look, age, weigh, are we married yet, etc.  So we have been conditioned to thinking there isn't enough to go around so hold on tight and don't let anyone take it away.  We were set up basically.  Such a learned behavior is hard to break but this article really give some good pointers.  I really the idea of practicing amplification.  I would love to read your thoughts below.  : ) 

You Can Sit With Us: How Career Contessa Wants To End Mean Girl Culture At Work

Forbes  |  Laura Youngkin

Since Tina Fey's cult classic Mean Girls debuted on the big screen in 2004, our national conversation on how girls and women treat each other has been influenced by her story about a group of [mean] girls at public high school in the Midwest. The film was inspired by the 2002 book Queen Bees and Wannabes by acclaimed author and educator, Rosalind Wiseman, and was recently updated for a well-received Broadway adaptation.