Like most people, I’ve had waves of frustration, fear and overwhelm about work, virus, future etc. Uncertainty is hard and my temptation is to overmanage, to overschedule, to overcontrol my work and life.
A: Acceptance B: Breathe C: Create and collaborate D: Dig deep and distance yourself E: Engage with your people F: Focus on friendship
Late last year, I had an idea that wouldn’t leave me alone. I’m always on the lookout for ways to support coworking space operators—particularly with their content and marketing. I also love helping coworking pros strengthen
Photojournalist Robert Capa used to say, “If your photographs aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.” Capa, who died in 1954, is considered one of the greatest war photographers ever. In advising
I really like Instagram Stories. But that’s a relatively new development. For a long time I didn’t get it, I didn’t really use it and, when I did, I wasn’t very good at
It’s Saturday morning, I’m a pinch under the weather, and Shout and I are catching up on all the Kobe tributes. There’s a lot to take in. One of the most powerful moments
Passion can inspire us and it can drive us. But can it sustain us? If our business/space/project/company is sustained only by passion, what happens when that passion wobbles or fades?
I read a lot of books. I kick back on the couch, flip on the reading light, and get lost between the pages. I’m usually reading a nerdy marketing or productivity book, but
Time for some tough love: Stop thinking about content and create something today.
If you plan to get serious about creating content for your coworking blog next year, start now with some end-of-year posts. This time of year we see tons of lists, recaps and predictions. People like to read them, they’re a