The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Nick Gray


In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Nick Gray, Founder of Museum Hack and Best-Selling Author of The Two Hour Cocktail Party. We talk about his journey hosting thousands of events, the importance of icebreakers, non-obvious tips to host a great experience, and more. 

Episode timestamps:

  • Nick’s mission helping 500 people host their first event. (0:55)
  • Dos and Don’ts for icebreakers. (1:55)
  • Other mistakes people make when it comes to icebreakers. (4:00)
  • How do you come back from an icebreaker going sideways? (6:10) 
  • Ways events help you build your network. (7:50)
  • Where do networking events go wrong? (11.10) 
  • How to overcome the fears that prevent you from hosting an event. (13:10)   
  • Lowest and highest number of people for a great event. (15:20)
  • Systematizing events so they don’t feel like such a big hurdle to overcome. (16.39)
  • Non-obvious tips that can help you host a great experience. (19:30)
  • Nick’s process writing The Two Hour Cocktail Party. (23:10)
  • How did he know it was the right time to publish? (24:40)
  • Some of the most powerful insights Nick picked up from writing a book. (25:45)
  • Lightning round questions. (26:35)

We hope you enjoy it!

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By Sebastian Cuervo