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Build Your Dream Networking Advice Goes “Live” With Planet Hoey

By March 30, 2020April 2nd, 2020No Comments

Do you have networking or career building questions or do you just want to hang out? Either way, join me on Tuesday, March 30 at 7:00 pm EST for the first installment of Planet Hoey.

But you may be asking yourself right now: What the heck is Planet Hoey?

It’s a chance for us to connect “live” thanks to live-streaming video technology platform StreamYard and for me to answer your networking questions, share network-building advice, conversations with people around the planet who are in my network and more.

And if you’re wondering Why Planet Hoey?

Because we need our networks more than ever before and we need opportunities to connect IRL via technology platforms.

Plus, the name of this live video streaming thing I’ve suddenly decided to launch. What’s with the name Planet Hoey?

The idea was sparked because of a reader and fan of my book Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships In A Hyper-Connected World, who along with a note, shared a favorite bit of guidance in the book then shared “…This section alone is worth the price of admission to Planet Hoey.”

There you have it. Let’s see what happens.

More questions on Planet Hoey or questions about networking, network-building etc. — send them to my attention at admin@jkellyhoey.co

And yes, the #BYDN advice continues weekly on the Build Your Dream Network podcast, and in the Build Your Dream newsletter (sometimes weekly, other times when I get around to it). Find links to both here on www.jkellyhoey.co.

Get this on your calendar – and have your questions ready. Tuesday, March 30 at 7:00 pm EST is the first installment of Planet Hoey.

J. Kelly Hoey

J. Kelly Hoey

Kelly Hoey is the author of Build Your Dream Network (January 2017 / Tarcher Perigee). She has been lauded from Forbes (“1 of 5 Women Changing the World of VC/Entrepreneurship”) to Fast Company (“1 of the 25 Smartest Women On Twitter”) to Business Insider (“1 of the 100 Most Influential Tech Women On Twitter”) and Inc. (1 of “10 Most Well-Connected People in New York City's Startup Scene”). Empowering A Billion Women By 2020 included her on their list of the “100 Most Influential Global Leaders Empowering Women Worldwide”. Not bad for a former corporate lawyer. She’s a limited partner in two emerging tech funds (Laconia Capital Group and Lattice Ventures) and can frequently be found on Twitter @jkhoey.