Julia Allison got her start in media as a columnist at Georgetown University, writing the college's first ever dating column.
After graduating in 2004, Julia moved to New York where she began writing for various publications including Cosmopolitan, New York magazine, The Huffington Post and Men's Health.
" I think we all have the answers about who's right for us and who's not when you first meet them.
Watch clips and full episodes of in our Online Video Guide Julia: The one I think most women can also learn from is that the skillset I have learned to utilize in my career -- which is aggressive, masculine, focused, directed --that is not the energy you want to bring on a date.
, was an early dot-com multimillionaire who founded the data projection company Jupiter Research in 1986, and “Internet TV” website in 1993; nearly 20 years before the Bay Area mutated into a multiplying petri dish of startups and “disrupting” entered its common parlance.
(Stealing a page from the fameball playbook, I even got the requisite photo with her and her dog during Internet Week 2008 – almost the same week of the Wired cover story.) She is nothing if not a fascinating enigma; I believe we talked about the neuroscience of dating.
I was interrogating these guys and I always thought that was very charming and it was not charming to watch! I'm starting to believe the things that make you good in a career make you bad in a relationship.
Amy: It's clear I was avoiding rejection and my own dating insecurities by hiding behind my work and seeing my clients go on dates and be happy.
Hunt’s interesting central thesis is that in order to successfully change social capital into market capital, company employees need to be authentic community members engaging in meaningful participation where their contributions often outweigh personal gains.
Typically, someone can raise whuffie by promoting something bigger than one’s own self-interests.