(a million and quarter views)
Coaching You In:
Finding a Mate
Discovering What You Love
Thinking for Yourself
Making a Difference in the World
Being the Iconoclast You Already Are
Entrancing a Mate (and not just for minutes, but
for days, weeks, and for the rest of your life)
Getting Rid of the Mates You Attract But End Up
Not Wanting (in a kind, thoughtful manner)
Also Coaching You Over a Broken Heart
Coaching You in New Ways To Break Hearts
Coaching You towards Happiness in Fame, Love and
Purpose in Life.
Dogs: 2 Cats: None at the moment.
Caffeine: 480 milligrams per day.
Bags of popcorn consumed per day: 4
Number of Ask E. Jean letters received each day
via Email: 30-40
Number of Ask E. Jean Questions posted on AskEJean.com: 27,107
Monthly electric bill: $60
Carbon Footprint: Small as a New Guinea Highlander’s.
Aches: Lower back
Number of years the Ask E. Jean column has
run in Elle Magazine, the world's largest (and coolest)
fashion magazine: 19
Number of years the Ask E. Jean TV show ran live: 2
Total upload views on YouTube: 1,392,282
Number of people who find mates following E. Jean's advice:
17 per day (estimated).
Percentage of Americans who have bought one of E. Jean’s
four books: .00003% .
Magazines which named E. Jean a contributing editor: 4
(Esquire, Outside, Playboy, Elle).
Chance E. Jean would be named “best” anything: 1 in 13,000,000,000,000.
Times E. Jean actually was named Best True Crime Writer
in America: 1
(Miss Cheerleader USA, Miss Indiana University,
Miss Something Something, and Queen of Something----will check on this and get back to you.)
Ex-husbands: 2 (both spectacular chaps!)
Dollars E. Jean has paid to the Tuxedo New York Traffic Violations for reckless driving tickets: $375.00.
Dollars paid to The Warwick, New York Traffic Violations for
reckless driving: $200.
Dollars paid to the states of Alabama and Pennsylvania for miscellaneous driving infractions: $250.
Number of People Who've Married Because They
Followed E. Jean's Advice: 41,000 (estimate includes
the Ask E. Jean column, Greatboyfriends.com, AskEJean.com, the Ask E. Jean TV show, E. Jean's
books and television appearances.
E. Jean Carroll
E. Jean has probably answered more questions about capturing and holding a mate---and how to find your purpose in life---- than any advice columnist in history. And when E. Jean gives a wrong answer, she hears from a mere six or seven hundred people, who set her straight and tell her what does work.
E. Jean has also used the hard evidence gleaned from GreatBoyfriends.com which she founded with her sister, Cande Carroll. Oprah called it "the best idea I've ever heard." Initially it was a site where women could recommend their ex-boyfriends to one another. Or as E. Jean said: "I hate to see a good man go to waste! Let's regift the dudes." The website has recently expanded to include men recommending their ex-girlfriends.
E. Jean is the advice-columnist for Elle magazine. Ask E. Jean has 4.5 million readers and is is the longest, currently-running advice column in American publishing.
E. Jean was a writer for Saturday Night Live. She was a Contributing Editor to Esquire, Contributing Editor to Playboy, and Contributing Editor to Outside. Writing for the world's premier men's magazines gives E. Jean a perspective of both sexes highly unusual in a dating coach.
Her fourth book, Mr. Right, Right Now, has become the Bible for smart women who don't want to waste time finding a mate. She had a TV show on MSNBC called Ask. E. Jean.
E. Jean has been profiled in The New York Times, Newsweek, New York, appeared the obligatory number of times on Oprah, and has been such a constant guest on CNN, she's annoying. She has made umpteen appearances on The Today Show, Good Morning America, and the CBS Early Show (where she appeared every week teaching women how "to land a man in less than six weeks.")
E. Jean has been married the normal amount (twice). She lives on an island in the Wawayanda Mountains in Upstate New York.
You will be brilliant!