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From My Inbox: January 29, 2024 Edition

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J. Kelly Hoey - Build Your Dream Network

Question: If you were asked to list 7 songs that create a sense of wonder for you…what songs would you list?

I was asked this very question by my good friends at The Nucleus Group. Take a listen to my choices (The Nucleus Group on Spotify) and yes, I did have really really big hair in the 80’s.

Now, here’s what I’ve curated from my inbox for you this week:

  • I Refuse / I fuse (Leaving Well, with Naomi Hattaway)
  • ​​​NSF and philanthropic partners announce $16 million in funding to prioritize ethical and social considerations in emerging technologies​​ (NSF News)
  • Unlearning Shame. Join Devon Price, PhD, author of UNLEARNING SHAME, for a workshop on rejecting self-blame culture and reclaiming your power. (Random House Workshops)
  • The Generous Ask (Seth’s Blog)
  • Embrace Change. Transform Your Life. Join Najwa Zebian, author of THE ONLY CONSTANT, for a workshop on embracing change and your most authentic self. (Random House Workshops)
  • Minnesota hockey fans set record for largest crowd to witness pro women’s game (Axios)
  • Founder Spotlight: Randi Bushell (Merri)
  • Manisha Thakor on Finding Your Enough – Lessons in Wealth and Money Management (The Wie Suite)
  • Everyone wants to be connected (Seth’s Blog)
  • Maria Shriver’s 2019 interview – How to Seek Joy with Martha Beck – might be the tonic you need right now (Meaningful Conversations)
  • BoardProspects 2023 Corporate Governance Year in Review is out. This publication captures the year’s most significant corporate governance news stories and topics as told through the weekly polls of BoardProspects Members.
  • Navigating the VC Jumble (Laconia)
  • ICYMI in the last “From My Inbox”: Get your investment groove on in this 1/2 day (free) program – Angel Investing 101 – being offered on February 3 in NYC by AwakenAngels.
  • And another ICYMI…participate in the Medusa Media Group’s Women & Nonbinary Authority Project survey, focused on how women and nonbinary professionals (entrepreneurs and full-time employees) acquire authority in their careers.
  • AND kudos to my friend Julie Eberfeld, she’s been named CEO of Women Who Code. Julie is a former Fortune 100 Chief Information Officer, and a strategic diversity and inclusion expert. She has shared her wisdom with me on numerous occasions, including in the Virtual Watercooler session below.
J. Kelly Hoey

Networking Expert + Career Transformation Coach + Author + Speaker, Kelly Hoey looks at "networking" through a new, modern, fresh lens, offering you (who are pursuing and perhaps struggling with your big ambitions), advice on how to connect for success in a hyper-connected world that is woefully short in its attention span. Her network-building advice is relatable, instilling confidence with actionable insights and practical information.