Sometimes you come across something – an article, a person, an idea, a place – and you have no idea how important it will be to you later. Something influential could be around every corner – you never know! At the time, it’s just another thing. But in hindsight, you can see the impact that thing had on your life. This is about one of those things.
Jen has long been regarded as the go-to gal for women who want truly frank counsel when it comes to business, productivity and running your life like a boss, so it makes sense that she’s pulling it all together under the umbrella of the Bullish Conference.
10 Things I Learned at a Summit for Ambitious Women
by Koa Beck on DailyWorth
The intimate conference of about 40 ladies (or bullicorns, as they self-identify) allowed for optimal networking, learning, discussion, coaching, and workshopping about the professional world. Here’s what I learned watching them build their empires poolside.
Register for the Bullish Conference and Make Your Career Dreams a Reality
by Vanessa on Autostraddle
Once Jen realized her columns were literally changing women’s lives, she made the logical next step and decided she needed to bring things into the 3-D world. As you all know, I feel really good about taking communities formed on the internet and recreating them in the real tangible world, so I was thrilled to hear that Jen was planning an entire conference dedicated to the things she always writes about which includes class and gender issues in business, assertiveness, sexual ethics, “gentlewomanly living,” multiple income streams, and the value of women talking openly about money, careers, privilege, and influence.
On International Women's Day, A Day Without Women and Hustling
by Yelling Viv
One of the places I’ve been getting a lot of value in my reading is Get Bullish (run by the brilliant Jen Dziura), and I am hoping to attend the Bullish Conference this fall. In the last year or two, I have started to truly build a network of smart, savvy, fearless women into my life, and I don’t know how I’ve lived this many years without them.