Money is a precious commodity. Learn how to respect it and end up having more of it!
Thinking More Productively About Money!
Money, money, money! You want more of it but, do you know how to get it. Have you thought about how much money you want to earn? Do you know how to develop a strong negotiating mindset? If you want to take ownership of your career, you are going to have to learn how to talk about money! Jennifer is going to show you how talking about money can make you more of it.
The three strategies Jennifer will share with you include:
1) Why talking openly about money makes the workplace better — and can help you in your career.
2) This isn’t school — you don’t get rewarded for personal excellence alone. Increase your income (through a job or a side hustle) by providing what qualified buyers are actively looking for.
3) Why the best negotiating strategy is being in demand — and being genuinely willing to walk away.
Presenter: Jennifer Dziura
She believes in working harder and smarter now, so you can have “balance” when you’re wrinkly and covered in diamonds. She believes in starting businesses on zero dollars, selling expensive things to rich people, and doing real things in the world rather than trying to “manifest your dreams.” She writes about class and gender issues in business, assertiveness, “gentlewomanly living,” and multiple income streams. She likes to help.
Jennifer teaches the GMAT, GRE, and SAT and has authored or co-authored over a dozen test prep books. She has perfect GRE and SAT scores and a 780 on the GMAT. Jennifer’s education company, Manhattan Scholarium, offers GRE and Advanced ESL classes in New York and online, in a positive, collaborative, caring, and social environment.
Jennifer started her first company, an internet marketing firm, during her sophomore year at Dartmouth College. She had eight part-time employees by the time she graduated. In her spare time, she co-hosts the Williamsburg Spelling Bee, the nation’s most popular adult spelling bee, 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, is a contributor to over a dozen test prep books, and was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network in a motivational spot in which she gave advice to her teen self (and, indirectly, to smart, frustrated teen girls everywhere).