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.
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
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
It’s Monday morning, I have a long-ass todo list, and I’m geared up to go into deep production mode between now and early-2020. But something amazing just happened that I have to share. Months ago, a
These two things are true: 1. Every Thursday I send out the Coworking Out Loud Newsletter. 2. Thanksgiving in the States is always on a Thursday. Every Thanksgiving I wonder
Women Who Cowork is changing the coworking game. What started as a blog post has grown into an international community of coworking space operators who connect, share, support, teach and lead each other.
Storytelling is one of the best ways to connect with your target market. Whether someone is reading a blog post, following your social media feeds, listening to you on a podcast, or watching a video, they
Still bathing in the afterglow of GCUC UK, I’ve readjusted back to Pacific time and have had a few days to let my London coworking experience steep. Here are 22 thoughts, a-ha’s and takeaways from
Imagine joining a coworking space, signing a contract, getting to work, and finding that the space is just not a good fit for you. It’s a terrible feeling. Coworking can be a powerful tool to connect, collaborate and level-up your
For Coworking Day 2018, I wrote an open letter to community managers. They are the heartbeat of coworking, they have an almost-impossible job, and they deserve our undying praise and gratitude. So don’t forget to