Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships in a Hyper-Connected World (1/9)

Why is it important for students to read? University teaches you a lot, but not how important the personal connections you make during those years will be at the start and throughout your career. Build Your Dream Network provides a roadmap for students on making the long lasting connections that will fuel their post-university careers.

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  1. WARNING: Brilliant advice inside. I tell every young woman (and man!) that I mentor that they MUST read this book. Careers aren’t made by GPAs. They are made by the marriage of what you know and WHO you know. #BYDN tells you exactly how to do it!

  2. A MUST read for any stage of your career. Kelly Hoey is the sherpa of navigating networking in today’s world.

  3. This is the smartest book I’ve ever read on how to really understand your social networks, and to understand people without using them. It’s so good and indispensable.

  4. I love this book, and I can’t wait for May to come because I finally know what to buy for college grads! It’s practical AND inspiring.

  5. “I love this book, and I can’t wait for May to come because I finally know what to buy for college grads! It’s practical AND inspiring.”

  6. LOVE this book. I built my entire company’s staff and advisory board using many of the insights from here. Definitely, a must-read regardless of where you are in your education/career!

  7. I wish this book had been available to me before I entered the workforce. However, even now, 18 years into my career, I still learned so much.

  8. This book is a roadmap to modern day networking success! Kelly is an incredible role model, leader, and force for good relationship building!

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