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Personal History

By January 14, 2024No Comments

Personal History by Katharine Graham (New York, Vintage Books / Penguin Random House 1998). 

Why you should read it: Life will throw a lot at you, things you can’t anticipate and much you don’t believe you are ever prepared for, and that’s where this memoir comes in. Katharine’s story will encourage you to take those critical steps before you think you’re even ready (or when you don’t believe you can check all 10 requirements on a job listing). Trust your moral compass, think beyond your imagined abilities and go for it.

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.