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Ryan Ring

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Why Working Out Of A Cafe Is A Bad Idea


When you start your own business, or become a remote worker, your first instinct might be to find a good local coffee shop and settle in. For years now, this has become the norm around the United States. Coffee shops are basically forced to open up their wifi networks to their customers, since so many of their regulars use the shop as their makeshift office. While it’s understandable that you might consider working out of a cafe, we’d like to urge you to go in a different direction. There are many reasons why working out of a cafe can be debilitating for your work productivity. Here are the ones we hear most often.

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4 Perks to Ask About When Touring A Coworking Space

So you’ve decided to rent a coworking space and you’re looking around for the perfect one. Congratulations! You’re taking a proactive step towards improving your business and your personal motivation. If you were working at a coffee shop or from home before this, you know how difficult it can be to stay motivated and focused in those environments. As soon as you pick a new coworking space, you’ll have a designated place that you only go to to get work done. It might seem like an overstatement but having a specific place that you go to when you need to focus can actually do wonders for your business. When you step into your new office, your brain will start to switch into “work mode”. This has to do with cognitive pathways and training your brain to associate certain actions and spaces with work and productivity.

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Why Coworking Is The Best Option For Bay Area Business Owners


There are a lot of trends in the Bay Area business world. From sitting on an exercise ball to corporate “campuses” to viral marketing videos, the list is pretty much endless. Living in the Bay can be a great way to stumble on the latest innovations and trends that might end up being transformative for your business. One of the biggest trends that we’ve seen as of late has been coworking. Coworking has a found a perfect home in San Francisco and the surrounding area. 

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How Coworking Helps Remote Workers Stay Motivated


When you tell people you work remote, they probably respond by saying you’re “so lucky” and make a comment about wishing they could work in their PJ’s from the comfort of their couch. In reality, working remote isn’t as easy and fun as it sounds. As someone who actually works from home, you probably know how difficult it can be at times to stay motivated at times. There are so many things in your home that can distract you. It can be especially hard to focus if you have kids or pets, but even if you’re alone, your tv and even the laptop that you work on can interfere with the work tasks you need to complete.

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How Introverts And Extroverts Both Thrive In Coworking Spaces


Working in a coworking space is an interesting choice. Anyone who has the freedom to work from anywhere, and chooses a coworking space must be serious about their work, but also open minded to finding new ways to approach things. Walking into a coworking space, you’ll find many different types of people, from all different industries with various job positions, but they’re all there for one reason: to get work done. This is a great environment to get all kinds of work done. Whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, you can thrive in a coworking space due to the assortment of designated areas made available. Let’s go over how the two types of people might benefit from coworking.

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4 Rules To Abide By In A Coworking Space


Working in a coworking space is great for anyone with a creative mind and a remote working situation. As startups and tech companies start to take over the northern Californian workforce, we’re starting to see the benefits of allowing people to work in their own ways, even if those methods are more unconventional. Businesses are starting to be more lenient about their office space, and allowing many of their employees to work remotely. Besides remote employees, we’re also seeing a rise in remote business owners, who work 24/7 on their business but don’t necessarily have or need an entire office suite that they rent out each month. Especially now, with the rent prices what they are in the bay area, it’s important for business owners to be smart with every dollar they have. This is one of the main reasons coworking has been on the rise.

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