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Why Should I Rent A Coworking Space?

Posted on Jul 16, 2018 9:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

Why Should I Rent A Coworking Space?

 

Coworking is a big trend in the Bay Area, and it has been for quite some time now. If you’ve recently learned about coworking, or are wondering if it’s a good option for you, you probably have some questions. One of the most common questions we hear is “why should I spend the money to rent a coworking space?”. To answer that question, we’ve put together some scenarios in which a coworking space is the perfect solution. If you’re in any of these situations, you should definitely consider renting a coworking space. If not, we also have a blog about some of the best perks involved with coworking. Here are some of the most common situations that lead people into renting a coworking space:

You’re A Small Business Owner Without A Physical Space

Owning a small business doesn't always come with a designated office. Often times, owning a business doesn’t include a physical space of your own at all. Some examples of this are real estate brokers, web designers or writers of all types. Your business could be doing quite well, but without a designated place to sit down and focus, you might be feeling overwhelmed. It can be hard to work from home with all the comforts and distractions around. Renting a coworking space allows you to come into a place designated to work whenever you need it, and leave your work there when you’re done, rather than infiltrating your home with the stress of the job.

Your Home Has Spotty Wi-Fi

Most jobs require an internet connection at some point each and every day. If you’ve ever had the internet slow or go out when you’re in the middle of an important work project, you know that nothing is more frustrating. Coworking spaces know this too, which is why they make internet speed and connection a top priority. They take into account that multiple people will be using the wifi at any given moment, and make sure their internet speed is up to the task. You’ll never have to worry about whether your internet connection is strong enough to have a video conference or upload a video again.

You Spend Too Much Time At Home

Anyone who works remotely from home can tell you that it can get boring and lonely at times. A lot of people envy remote work, but while it can be freeing and comfortable, it can be difficult to deal with cabin fever. Leaving your house to work can be hugely beneficial, not only to your motivation, but to the longevity of your career. It can be easy to get burnt out if you’re home and your office are the same place. Having a coworking space to check into whenever you need to get out is a perfect solution for remote worker restlessness.

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Topics: Coworking