So you want to join a coworking space, but you are unsure about the pressure to attend events and socialize? The right space will provide social opportunities AND respect your need to get work done.
True collaboration requires us to spend time listening– both to ideas we love, and to a bunch of annoying, useless, disagreeable, and otherwise unappealing garbage. And yet the results will make it all worthwhile.
What makes a community thrive? Like most of you, I’ve been involved in lots of communities. Some make you feel a sense of belonging and connection and purpose– all the good things. Others can be well-intentioned, full of good people, and just… blah.
As more and more companies employ a remote workforce and outsource their office management to coworking spaces, where does the HR responsibility fall? The lines get blurry pretty fast.
In an increasingly polarized world, listening to people we don’t agree with is perhaps the most important thing we can do. Respecting people we don’t agree with is crucial. Actually liking people we disagree with? Revolutionary. We get to practice all this, and more, in our coworking community.
Do you dream of working smarter? As in staying focused, making a big impact, and having more free time to enjoy your life? Read these top 10 productivity tips we sourced from our membership that are guaranteed to help you work less while accomplishing more.
Can you survive in a coworking space if you’re an introvert? For those of us who generally keep to ourselves, joining a coworking space can seem counter-intuitive. Why surround yourself with people if you tend to be on the shy, quiet side of the personality spectrum? We recently asked our introverted members why they work…
So, you’re freelancing and living check to check. Coworking could be the catalyst that takes you from scarcity to abundance.
We hear this a lot at Groundwork! It goes something like this: This place is amazing! You’ve built such a special community here. BUT I just really love working at home. I get it. Working from home is truly great. You can blast your music, stay in your sweats, throw in a load of laundry,…
What are some of the little things that make you feel comfortable in your work space? Is it a friendly face who knows your name? A quiet corner for napping? Beautiful art on the walls? We recently participated in People at Work Summit, a virtual coworking conference organized by our friends at Indy Hall in Philadelphia. During…