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The Art of Interruption — Or “how to speak up without feeling like an asshole” (#BullCon14 Guest Post)

August 27, 2014 | By | More
The Art of Interruption — Or “how to speak up without feeling like an asshole” (#BullCon14 Guest Post)

  This is a guest post by Bullish Conference 2014 speakers Julie Fogh and Casey Erin Clark of Vital Voice. How do you feel about being interrupted?  How do you feel about interrupting others? These questions are as loaded as any communication issue we deal with in our line of work.  And while there are certainly some people [...]

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Bullish Q&A: Career Mobility, Decisions, And Interior Design

August 14, 2014 | By | More
Bullish Q&A: Career Mobility, Decisions, And Interior Design

I am in need of some advice, because since last summer I did a very un-bullish thing. Maybe I don’t believe in myself enough to think I could run my own business/make my dreams come true/work hard enough, I’m not sure. In short, I gave up a pretty good opportunity (I got a job with a [...]

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Meet BullCon14 Speaker Poornima Vijayashanker

August 14, 2014 | By | More
Meet BullCon14 Speaker Poornima Vijayashanker

We’re very excited that Bullish Conference 2014 will provide us all the opportunity to meet and learn from Poornima Vijayashanker, the founder of Femgineer. Poornima has been fascinated by technology since she was 3. Her father a hardware engineer, made “chips” and “wafers”, which she thought were potato chips and cookies! Eventually her dad took her to [...]

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From The DailyBull: When Is It Time To Stop Getting Help From One’s Parents?

August 14, 2014 | By | More
From The DailyBull: When Is It Time To Stop Getting Help From One’s Parents?

When is it time to stop getting help from one’s parents? I’m in college, earning $18/h, but I still live at home for free. I’ve been talking about moving out, and my parents have said they would keep helping pay for things, like gas and groceries. Part of me thinks it would be scummy to [...]

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Ass-Kicking With Limitations 101: Guest Post from #BullCon speaker Esmé Weijun Wang

July 14, 2014 | By | More
Ass-Kicking With Limitations 101: Guest Post from #BullCon speaker Esmé Weijun Wang

This is a guest post by Bullish Conference 2014 speaker Esmé Weijun Wang. Any advice/resources about navigating disability once you get into the workplace? I’m just about to graduate uni and start looking for jobs, and am worried about when (or whether) I should disclose my bipolar. First of all, congratulations. And good on you [...]

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Ask Bullish Anything: The Best Advice From Our Monthly #BullishAMA Sessions

July 8, 2014 | By | More
Ask Bullish Anything: The Best Advice From Our Monthly #BullishAMA Sessions

How should Bullicorns go about finding an assistant? @CitizenKateK Anyone can have an assistant if you pay them! No permission needed! #BullishAMA — Get Bullish (@GetBullish) July 7, 2014   @CitizenKateK Just DON’T HIRE FRIENDS. It will f up your friendship for reals. #BullishAMA — Get Bullish (@GetBullish) July 7, 2014   @CitizenKateK There are [...]

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Guest Post from Jamie Lee: How I Got Started As A Negotiation Coach (Or, Lessons On Negotiation From Cocktails To Going Stag)

July 8, 2014 | By | More
Guest Post from Jamie Lee: How I Got Started As A Negotiation Coach (Or, Lessons On Negotiation From Cocktails To Going Stag)

Guest post by Ji Eun (Jamie) Lee Three years ago, I had some friends over for a casual get together on a summer evening. There were introductions, the usual small talk, wine, and snacks. The conversation turned to work. Someone complained she was being underpaid but didn’t know what to do about it. Should she [...]

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Bullish: How to Break Into a New Field (Even When You’re Starting Out Late)

July 7, 2014 | By | More
Bullish: How to Break Into a New Field (Even When You’re Starting Out Late)

I’m 29 with an undergrad degree and masters degree in literature (first person in my family to go to university, the arts seemed a good idea at the time). After my masters I was unemployed for six months and, and utterly desperate by then I took the first job I got offered: as a nanny. [...]

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From The DailyBull: Relaxing Without Masonry

July 7, 2014 | By | More
From The DailyBull: Relaxing Without Masonry

Any suggestions for relaxing bullishly? I enjoy running and lifting weights but these activities tend to leave me amped up. I’ve been told to try yoga and meditation but they seem a little new agey for me (and also, cultural appropriation!). Am I misjudging them? Or do you have any suggestions? I’ve read your column [...]

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From The DailyBull: Using a Stage Name to Keep It Professional

June 23, 2014 | By | More
From The DailyBull: Using a Stage Name to Keep It Professional

I want to use social media to connect and make a name for myself and my work (introvert networking, sup), I’m concerned about what I put on the internet being connected to my name forever. My creative work is in comedy/writing/film, but I do project management at a startup by day. I want to be [...]

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