Careers :: Feminism :: Essays
Bullish Q&A: Deal With Stress Aggressively
Bullish Q&A: Help! My Job Experience Isn’t “Professional”
New Books of Feminist Interest, by Friends of Bullish (and Thoughts on Moving to New York)
Genderqueer in the Office? A Few Thoughts on Building a Career
Bullish Q&A: Is It Too Late To Bullishly Plan For A Baby?
Bullish Q&A: On Moving Out of Support Roles, Coworkers with Terrible Politics, and Finally Getting Serious in Life
Bullish Q&A: Pay Off Debt Bullishly
Bullish Q&A: How Do I Get Bullish With My New Biz While My Partner Pays the Bills?
Bullish Q&A: How to Get Bullish About Moving to a New City
Bullish Q&A: Side-hustles, Schedules and Setting Boundaries
Bullish on DailyWorth…How and When to Work for Free
Bullish Q&A: 2 Questions From a B-School Student
Not All Women Want to Date a “Career Man”
Bullish on The Muse…6 Ways to Shut Down Sexist Comments at Work
Bullish on DailyWorth…An Introvert’s Guide to Networking
Bullish on The Muse…The True Secret to Success? Quit
Bullish Q&A: How Can I Defend Feminist Ideas If I’m Terrible at Arguing?
Bullish on DailyWorth…3 Reasons You’re Always Late—And How to Fix Them
Bullish Q&A: Should I Step Up My Wardrobe to Succeed at Work?
Bullish Q&A: How To Effectively Share Examples Of Your Work
Bullish Q&A: How Do I Stay Motivated When I Feel Behind With Life?
Bullish Q&A: Help! I’m About to Get Fired But I Want to Stay
Bullish Q&A: The Bullish Guide To A Quarter Life Crisis
Maximize My Productivity? I’d Rather Not, Thanks
The past few months, we’ve been collaborating with SkillCrush for a monthly column Slay and Get Paid. Here at Bullish, we’re always looking for new ways to help bullicorns reach their goals, so we’re taking this collab to the next level. We’ve partnered up to help encourage women to pursue careers in tech. As you know, we’re big believers that it’s never too late to…
This guest post by Katie Goudie is an interview with Bullish Conference 2017 speaker Kathryne Dunlap, based on the material from Kathryne’s (mind-blowing!) talk at the conference. Thanks to Katie for making this post happen for those who couldn’t attend! Let’s say the easiest way to get promoted in your company is for the hiring manager to think you’re awesome,…
2017 has been a dumpster fire for a lot of reasons BUT, we did have some pretty kickass Bullishness happen this year too. 95 ambitious, badass bullicorns took Washington DC for our annual Bullish Conference. It was our 5th annual summit, and by far the biggest and best yet. We had a pop up market, tons of amazing workshops and…
After a whirlwind of incredible workshops, badass seminars and networking with incredible feminists we’re still on a high from The Bullish Conference. Here’s a collection of our favorite social media posts from the weekend. #BullCon17 off to a 👌 start A post shared by Katie Goudie (@hiccup42) on Nov 3, 2017 at 7:06am PDT Getting our check in table ready #bullcon17 A…
This year at BullCon17, we’ve partnered up with General Assembly DC, and their instruction manager, Lauren Jacobson, will be leading a workshop on why you should learn to code. Lauren is a community organizer and activist in the Women in Tech community. Currently, she works as the Instructor Manager for the Immersive programs at General Assembly DC. She teaches coding…
The holidays are right around the corner and, let’s face it, people are getting lazy. You can use this time to hibernate OR you can set yourself up for a super amazing, productive and goal-oriented 2018. I first introduced the idea of lifestyle/career design in 2011, in Bullish: Screw New Year’s Resolutions — Try Designing Your Career. Since the original article,…
This November, we’re welcoming Nekpen Osuan and Demi Ajayi to our speaker lineup with their presentation “The Future is Female, But Are We Ready for Male Reactions?” They’ll be exploring common arguments and responses that challenge equality, explaining ways to identify and deal with male fragility and discussing how these non-supportive environments can threaten women and affect feminists. Nekpen Osuan and…
The Bullish Conference is the summit of the year that brings together ambitious feminists from across the world. At BullCon, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and network with #bossladies in every field and many walks of life. We’ve created this ultimate guide to help you know what to expect from this annual summit. Check us out! What is BullCon?…
As you know, we at Get Bullish have made it our mission to make the workplace (and the world) better for women. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be partnering up with Fairygodboss, an online community for free, anonymous workplace reviews for women by women. They believe (and we agree!) that the more you know when job hunting, the more…
You will not want to miss this Side Hustle Sisterhood speaker, Ijeoma Nwatu Enemanna will be joining us this November 2-5. Her workshop is titled “You Already Have Your First Client…You Just Don’t Know It” and we cannot wait to learn more about securing paid clients using our networking circles. Ijeoma is a digital & community engagement consultant based in Baltimore,…