In 2011, Randi Zuckerberg shared what she called the Entrepreneur’s Dilemma. The idea is that busy, successful entrepreneurs don’t have time for everything and that they have to be willing to sacrifice areas of what might otherwise be a
Loneliness is a huge problem. Despite our tech-connected world, people are alone and hungry for authentic connection. The problem is so serious and widespread that the U.K. recently created a new position, a Minister of Loneliness, to address it.
Talking to coworking people about the importance of community is, as my dad would say, preaching to the choir. Most of us coworking professionals understand the power of collaboration, cooperation, mutual support and social connection. We experience it every
I recently read a thought-provoking blog post from Sarah Athanas, co-founder of Groundwork in New Bedford, Massachusetts. In it, Athanas asks the question, “Is coworking is suitable for introverts?” A self-described introvert, Athanas explains that being introverted doesn’t make
Game night at the coworking space with my coworking buddies. Anyone who has spent more than five minutes with me has heard me talk about coworking. From my first day coworking, to this very second, I have been an
Jack O’Neill, who is credited with popularizing the wetsuit, died on June 2 at the age of 94. O’Neill’s passing was a big deal in Santa Cruz, California, where he lived, surfed, sailed and advocated for ocean conservation for
Review: The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results I’m a bit of a nonfiction junkie when it comes to books. I’ve been trying to read more fiction, but I always find myself going back to nonfiction
Tony Bacigalupo is a wellspring of coworking knowledge, insight and inspiration. Founder of New Work City, the first dedicated coworking space in New York City, Tony now runs New Work Cities, an organization helping people build thriving collaborative communities.
There are a lot of great coworking spaces out there. When it comes to finding the right coworking space for you, things to look for include community buzz, member engagement and a vibe that suits your workstyle. But there’s
Ask members of any coworking space why they joined and they’ll likely say they didn’t want to work alone. Fast wifi is great, comfortable chairs and on-demand coffee and tea are nice, but these things are not what makes