Coworking can be a seemingly simple concept. It’s the shared use of a working environment with individuals from various organizations or those who are self-employed.
In addition to the more evident benefits of reduced isolation and overhead costs, coworking can bring about many seemingly serendipitous opportunities and benefits. From expanding your professional network, to gaining new skills, to sparking new ideas, to connecting you to resources and supports for your projects, these environments are hosted and curated to accelerate your work. In order to maximize the benefits of coworking, you need to be aware of your needs and be open to growing beyond traditional working norms. Here’s how.Identify where you work best
Individuals have specific working needs, so it’s important to identify your essentials. These may include hours of work, travel time and location,
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