My book about exactly how to host a great party will come out in May 2020. If you want to read it now, email me and I can try to get you a copy. I’d love to get your feedback.
You Can Build Big Relationships with Small Parties
Learn how to host a 2-hour cocktail party with my step-by-step guide.
Spoiler alert: it’s not about the drinks! It’s about the people. My party formula works with or without alcohol.
When I moved to New York City, I hardly knew anyone. I had no family here and few friends. Meeting new people was hard and I didn’t know what to do.
I experimented with many different things to try to build my “network” including attending Meetups, inviting people out for coffee, and even hosting dinner parties (the worst! too much work!).
Everything changed for me when I learned how to host a simple cocktail party. I made new friends, launched a business, and developed many fulfilling relationships.
Over the past decade I’ve hosted hundreds of small parties. I learned that anyone can bring people together. I’ve coached 30 people through hosting their own parties using my simple party formula in cities like Austin, Calgary, Little Rock, Jersey City, and Toronto.
During the past two years I’ve been writing a guide to teach others how to build big relationships by hosting small parties. My book of party best practices and tips and tricks will come out in May 2020. If you want to read it now, email me and I can try to get you a copy. I’d love to get your feedback.
Somewhat-Related Links From My Blog
I host a lot of parties and sometimes blog about them. Here are a few. But don’t let these intimidate you! My book focuses on very small parties that anyone can throw, in any city, to bring 10-20 people together in a unique format.