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Coworking is more than a space; it’s a valuable tool to help your business grow and you thrive. Read on for tips and insights, and be sure to check back often! We welcome your ideas for topics – drop us a line at email@example.com.
With traditions of gift-giving, often comes the stress of wondering what to buy and for whom? We asked our Members where they like to dine + shop in the Bow Valley. Here are a few of their favourites!
We make decisions daily, so you’d think we’d all be experts at it. In this blog, we’ll explore what makes decision-making, especially if it involves change, so hard sometimes and find ways that we can move forward.
Quiet leaders have self-awareness, listen more than talk, and work quietly and efficiently, refusing to be drawn into the fray. If this is a leadership style you’d like to adopt, we’ve listed a few concepts to get you started.
If your contract work involves an atmosphere of excess stress, frustration, and negative feelings, it’s easy to feel trapped. Working on contract for someone else doesn’t mean you are powerless and must accept the situation. It might seem impossible to get out from under a heavy atmosphere, but there are ways to alleviate it.
Your contract is firmly in place, yet things are going off the rails. Your client isn’t meeting their obligations, causing delays and extra work for you. How can you effectively deal with this scenario? Find some tips here.
In the excitement of the moment you land new work, it’s tempting to bypass formality and not bother with a contract. Set yourself up – and your client – for a successful professional working relationship by insisting on a written contract. Here are our five tips to make sure your contract serves you well.
Let’s look at how taking an abundant approach when welcoming new businesses to town helps build a thriving business community.
Are there any good reasons to procrastinate? We agree there’s often legitimate cause to delay a decision or put off starting a new task. But there’s a big difference between delaying something and procrastinating. You can learn ways to develop a more satisfying approach to work and life.
Think of resilience as similar to taking a rafting trip down a river. On a river, you might experience rapids, turns, slow water, and shallows. As in life, the changes you experience affect you differently along the way. While travelling the river, it helps to have knowledge about it and experience in dealing with it. Your journey should be guided by a plan, a strategy that you feel works well for you.
We have met with coworkers worldwide through an international organization called The Coworking Idea Project. Through this network, we are coming together to figure out ways that we can best help the dire situation in Ukraine.