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    We Think We Know What We Need with Dr. Allison Chabot

    Today’s topic is…therapy! If that makes you a little bit nervous, you’re not alone: lots of us feel a bit scared to talk about our mental health—much less make an appointment to get help. To help us, we called up none other than Katel’s own therapist, Dr. Allison Chabot. She’s a clinical psychologist working in Philadelphia, and talking with her gave us all the best feels.

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    Supporting Others with Sarah Drasner

    This week: are we getting old? Do we care? We talk about the pros and cons of showing your age at work, discuss anxieties and double-standards around how we look and what we wear, and worry about Katel losing a nipple in a tragic shaving accident. Then, we get down to the business of being a badass woman in a senior tech role with Sarah Drasner, an engineer, author, award-winning speaker, and renowned expert on web animation.

  • Adda Birnir sitting on a stoop in Brookyln

    Doing it Right with Adda Birnir

    In S2E3, we fall hard for Adda Birnir, founder and CEO of Skillcrush—the online coding school with a heart. She joins the show to tell us all about starting her business, navigating tough times, and finding success on her own terms.

  • Headshot of Carmen Maria Machado in black and white

    I Gotta Make Art with Carmen Maria Machado

    It’s not every day we chat with someone the New York Times has listed as part of “the new vanguard” in fiction. But today’s our day: Carmen Maria Machado is live on NYG! We sit down with the badass author, National Book Award finalist, and fellow Philly resident for a conversation about writing, working retail, believing in your own work, craving the company of other women, and so much more.

  • Defining Ambition with Neha Gandhi

    Welcome back! We’re pumped to have you here for Season 2. Here to kick us off is Neha Gandhi, the COO and editor-in-chief of Girlboss, a new publication “for women redefining success on their own terms.” Sounds about right to us.

  • Welcome to Season 2: Living our best feminist lives at work

    Welcome to Season 2 of No, You Go—a weekly podcast all about building satisfying careers and businesses, getting free of toxic bullshit, and figuring out how to live our best feminist lives at work. New episodes start April 17. Here's a sneak peek of what's in store.

  • Three heart-shaped cookies that each say "NYG" on them

    Introducing: I Love That

    Hey listeners! We’re taking a tiny break while we get Season 2 rolling—launching April 17!—but we wanted to make sure you heard about the latest addition to the NYG family: I Love That, our biweekly newsletter of all the stuff we can’t stop thinking about.

  • All In with Leah Culver

    Who better to close out our first season than an engineer, entrepreneur, and general superstar we’ve loved for, like, a full decade? Yep, our guest today is Leah Culver, the co-founder and CTO of Breaker, a social podcast app that we’ve all just started using (if you have an iPhone, check it out. Android is coming soon).

  • Show Up and Be Real with Stevie Thuy Anh Nguyen

    In Episode 9, we talk inclusion riders, the importance of pronouns, and how all of us can better support folks from marginalized communities. If there’s one thing we’re sure of, it’s that we’ve got to stick together—and that means supporting and centering the voices of folks with less opportunity and privilege than us.

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    Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable with Erika Hall

    Let’s be real: writing is hard. We’ve written and rewritten this intro seven times. Taking on any new challenge or project that requires deep thought, passion, and creativity, can push us outside of our comfort zones. It can make us feel anxious about succeeding—but it can also force us to grow and take on new challenges. In this episode, Erika Hall talks with us about starting a design agency, the power of empathy in everything we do, and her brand-new book.

  • Be Your Full Amazing Self with Sydette Harry

    Trolls, randos, and straight-up neo-Nazis: being a woman online can be tough. This week, we’re exploring how we make choices about what and whether to share online. Our guest this week is the inimitable writer, editor, and tech/media critic, Sydette Harry, also known as @blackamazon.

  • Badass Women in Your Corner: The NYG Trailer

    This is No, You Go—a new podcast all about being ambitious, building a career that won’t make you miserable, and finding friends who’ll high-five you along the way. Each episode, we talk about what it’s really like out there: managing jobs and bosses, pursuing goals, and getting shit DONE—even when the world’s on fire. So take a listen. Because everyone deserves a group of badass women in their corner. Especially you.

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Best friends and business partners Katel and Sara let it all out in a weekly show about work, friendship, and feminism. Because life’s too short to bottle things up.
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