Episode 24

The Dangers of Ignoring Intuition with Jamie Fiore Higgins

The dangers of ignoring intuition

Candid, insightful, focused – these are the descriptors that come to mind for this interview with Jamie Fiore Higgins, author of Bully Market: My Story of Money and Misogyny at Goldman Sachs.  Jamie speaks with clarity about the dangers of ignoring intuition and the cost of sacrificing personal values to the pursuit of external rewards – money, recognition, and validation from others.

Jamie was named one of the Financial Times “Top 25 Most Influential Women of 2022, as a “teller of uncomfortable truths.”

Jamie worked as a managing director at Wall Street’s Goldman Sachs. One of just 8 percent of Goldman employees to earn the managing director title, she was the highest-ranking woman in her department. An active member of the Women’s Network Committee, Jamie ran the trainee and internship programs, recruited top equity clients, and managed $96 billion in stock.

Jamie wrote Bully Market not only as an expose’ but to share practical ideas for building healthy workplaces that work better for men, women, and their families.

Living in New Jersey with her husband and four children, she is a trained coach. She works with teens to hone their leadership skills, with high school, and college graduates as they begin careers, with professionals as they navigate the workforce, and with mid-lifers looking to reinvent themselves.

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