Coworking changes lives. I know because I experienced it. Coworking within the NextSpace Santa Cruz community enabled me to grow from a side-gigging freelance writer with a fulltime record store job, to a
2020 has been a bumpy ride. Coworking has been put to the test and, though some spaces have had to downsize, go 100% virtual, or close, the coworking movement is alive and well.
Updated 11/3/20 To become a better writer and content creator, you need to sit down and write. It’s deceptively simple. The more words, pages, blog posts, and social media posts you create, the clearer your voice, the more streamlined your
2020 has warped time. This year has accelerated at a pace which has me losing track of months, and everything is simultaneously standing still. So weird. But here we are.
A mentor once told me, “Earn people’s respect with your fundamentals, then put them in awe with your flash.” This particular mentor was one of my basketball coaches, and she was trying to get me to
No matter where you are in your content journey, you can make improvements. Content is a long game. We try things, track what works and what doesn’t, course correct as necessary, and keep at it. Here are 10 quick wins to improve the content for your coworking space.
I talk a lot about building a brand community. But I haven’t shared much about how I apply that strategy to Cat Johnson Co. Here’s one aspect: In the past
It’s hard to imagine there are people who don’t know what coworking is. For those of us who talk about coworking all day every day and have witnessed its growth from a small movement into a
I don’t have Zoom overload. At all. I’m incredibly grateful for the platform—and all the other tools that keep me connected to my family, friends, collaborators, clients, support systems, Lab members, and the
Picture this: Two people meet, they have some shared interests and they’d like to spend more time together. When they’re saying goodbye there’s that moment when they’re standing there like, “Well, I’ll see you later.” One