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Jennifer Dziura
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Jennifer Dziura writes career and life coaching advice for young women in a column called “Bullish,” headquartered on She writes about 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. The annual Bullish Conference takes place in November in Miami.

Jennifer started her first company, an Internet marketing firm, during her sophomore year at Dartmouth College. As an entrepreneur and intrapreneur in the education space, she has helped thousands of people beat the SAT, GRE, and GMAT. She also co-hosts the Williamsburg Spelling Bee, a spelling bee for adults, as featured in the New York Times, on NPR, and in international press from Tokyo to Sydney.

Jennifer has toured the Middle East entertaining the troops as a standup comedian, appeared in a Sci Fi Channel pilot for the television show Brain Trust, was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network, has been heard numerous times on NPR, and is a contributor to or co-author of over a dozen educational books.

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Entries by Jennifer Dziura

Bullish: How Business Is a Lot Like Dating

(0) Comments | Posted May 20, 2014 | 9:05 PM

Business is a lot like dating. Like cold-hearted, competitive dating among people who don't love each other, but rather are using each other for mutual, albeit temporary, ends.

Once upon a time, when I was considering moving to New York, I looked for jobs. A Director of Marketing position was...

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Behind On A Deadline? Read This

(0) Comments | Posted March 13, 2014 | 3:07 PM

Are deadlines chasing you like fiery hell-demons? Do they thump from under the floor like Poe's tell-tale heart? Do they watch you like the all-seeing eye of Sauron?

If you have an impossible deadline, here's a quick read (it should be -- you have a deadline, right?) with a few...

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The New SAT: What Are We Really Testing? (Not What You Think)

(19) Comments | Posted March 7, 2014 | 3:50 PM

In the spring of 2016, the SAT will change. Short version: Some math sections won't allow calculators. An optional essay will require analyzing a provided source document. Esoteric vocabulary will be replaced with words actually used in college courses. More free prep resources for everyone!

The New York Times is...

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Teamwork Is Overrated (How to Be a Lone Unicorn)

(10) Comments | Posted February 26, 2014 | 12:22 PM

The idiom for a person who acts alone is "lone wolf." (Incidentally, Lone Wolf was also a Kiowa chief, and Lone Wolf McQuade was a character played by Chuck Norris in the 1983 film of the same name.)

I started thinking about lone wolves when a friend told me her...

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Why Talking Openly About Money Is Crucial, Not Crass

(6) Comments | Posted January 27, 2014 | 1:32 PM

Do you think it's rude to talk about money?

Ask any etiquette expert, or your grandmother, and certainly you, will discover that the answer is "yes."

And yet, these same purported authorities also tell you that it is rude to talk about your sex life. Do you follow that advice?...

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