We get so caught up in our day to day responsibilities in our businesses and personal lives. We spend our days juggling multiple roles in multiple jobs and then many of us go home to partners and children and pets who need more from us. Sometimes we find that we have to dig really deep to find the time, energy, and attention to our coworkers and loved ones. When we’re running on fumes, we need to hit the reset button.
It’s surprising that in a world where you can reach anyone from the palm of your hand, we still feel disconnected, lonely. It seems that the advent of social media, while intended to draw us closer together, has actually divided some of us apart. We take to social media platforms to profess our views, sometimes deepening divisions, when we’re missing the human connection of being in close proximity to each other.
We recently had a few members fly The Coop and to our surprise we were all bummed when they left. Each member impacts the ecosystem in a particular way no matter the duration of their stay and it has been a pleasure to cross paths on the journey.
On Monday, January 29th, The Coop hosted an Intro To Podcasting Event led by Kri Edholm of Leadership Excursion Co. She has been recording her Leadership Looks Like Podcast from The Coop each week and was gracious enough to let attendees watch a live podcast with the inspiring and accomplished Stephanie Rosol of Skye Coaching.
Not only do the coworking spaces keep changing, but so do the members who work in them. The following results of the Global Coworking Survey will give you some answers.