When I’m not musing here or over on Twitter….I’m contributing elsewhere. ICYMI a few links to my latest posts on GOBankingRates.com and Forbes.com:

I am trying to align my pocketbook and my values. Yes, I believe this matters as we vote with our dollars on a daily basis. Why continuously contribute to values that don’t represent yours?

Yes, I took a pay cut when I switched jobs but here are the ways I maneuvered my salary back to market rate.

How much vulnerability should you share online? Depends. I’ve discovered that letting all your flaws, imperfections and insecurities show may be a great way to market your business (it definitely has worked for this breast cancer survivor and entrepreneur).

The myth that there are NO women in venture is getting a wee bit tiresome. The women are out there investing — and two New York based women in venture have the definitive network and list.

Work. And regular life. And trying to achieve something resembling “balance” has been a challenge for me since I graduated from law school waaayyyy back in 1991. I recently sought the advice of friends on how they manage it all.

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.