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
There’s an old saying in coworking circles that your competition is not other coworking spaces, but people working from their couch, or kitchen table, or…closet? Our friends at Office Nomads in Seattle recently surfaced an article
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
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.
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
What are you doing with your coworking space? What are you really doing? What would it look like if your space and community exceeded your wildest vision? What would you
Instagram hashtags are a good way to expand your reach on the platform and connect with your audience. Here are 100+ Instagram hashtags for coworking spaces. Pick and choose the ones that are most relevant to your space and community, and start sharing today.
I’m almost decompressed from a week in Denver, where the Women Who Cowork retreat, a workshop I taught on content and leadership, and GCUC USA all lit me up. Rather than recapping the week’s events, or sharing big picture takeaways,
Coworking makes us happier. We coworking lifers know this anecdotally, but there’s data to back it up. A study by Emergent Research and GCUC found that among coworking members surveyed, 89% reported they are happier, 83% reported they are less lonely,