Illustrations in The 2-Hour Cocktail Party

Hello audiobook listeners!

Here are all of the illustrations in my book, The 2-Hour Cocktail Party.


Illustration of Nick Gray pointing to his nametag
(PAGE 2)
Illustration of a hand raising a flag
(PAGE 7)

Part 1: The Basics

Illustration of difference between party expectations versus reality
(PAGE 9)

Chapter 1: Why Host a Party

Illustration of a man holding different names
(PAGE 19)
Illustration of a calendar from the date today to the date of the party
Pick a Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday night three weeks from now and save it on your calendar. (PAGE 22)

Chapter 2: When to Host Your Party

Illustration of an airplane taking off the runway
A three-week runway allows you to do most of the work in advance to guarantee great attendance.  (PAGE 28)
Illustration of a weekly calendar showing the days of the week that are less busy
Avoid schedule conflicts for your guests. Host your party on a less-busy day. (PAGE 32)

Chapter 3: Where to Host Your Party

Illustration of the characteristics of a good party host
Host your party at home for these reasons. The crown is optional. (PAGE 41)
Illustration of the difference between guests standing versus sitting
Standing allows for more dynamic interactions. Sitting keeps people trapped in conversation. (PAGE 46)

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About the author

Howdy! I'm Nick Gray. Most people know me as the Founder of Museum Hack. I wrote a book, The 2-Hour Cocktail Party, about making new friends and building big relationships through small gatherings.