4 Reasons why you should use co-working spaces

Published by Kerry Abner


2 years ago

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Co-working spaces are the new breeding grounds for inspired thinking and creativity. From a community where imagination often meets artistry, we as a society have been delivered products that have forever changed our most desired experiences. One of my favorite lines from Austin Kleon’s Steal Like An Artist was “Your job is to collect good ideas. The more good ideas you collect, the more you can choose from to be influenced by.” Other people, products and experiences inspire all artists. Here’s where both cultures intersect the strongest.

1. Creative Environment

Co- working spaces are a good to train your discipline as well as opportunities to network with mentors and other entrepreneurs. A dynamic room full of people fulfilling different tasks, can help you to come up with fresh ideas and induce your creativity.

2. Sharing economy

Too often conversations turn into collaboration. Chances to ask questions and peak over the fence can provide insight, on how to tackle issues from a different perspective with different and scarce resources.

3. Support

Your chances of getting support for your work dramatically rise. You’ll eventually find people who do the same work as you or are looking for people like you!

4. Accessibility to like minded professionals

In general is hard to find people in the wavelength. Co-working spaces are breeds of professionals or passionate people.

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4 Reasons why you should use co-working spaces

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Co-working spaces are the new breeding grounds for inspired thinking and creativity. From a community where imagination often meets artistry, we as a society have been delivered products that have forever changed our most desired experiences. One of my favorite lines from Austin Kleon’s Steal Like An Artist was “Your job is to collect good ideas. The more good ideas you collect, the more you can choose from to be influenced by.” Other people, products and experiences inspire all artists. Here’s where both cultures intersect the strongest.

1. Creative Environment

Co- working spaces are a good to train your discipline as well as opportunities to network with mentors and other entrepreneurs. A dynamic room full of people fulfilling different tasks, can help you to come up with fresh ideas and induce your creativity.

2. Sharing economy

Too often conversations turn into collaboration. Chances to ask questions and peak over the fence can provide insight, on how to tackle issues from a different perspective with different and scarce resources.

3. Support

Your chances of getting support for your work dramatically rise. You’ll eventually find people who do the same work as you or are looking for people like you!

4. Accessibility to like minded professionals

In general is hard to find people in the wavelength. Co-working spaces are breeds of professionals or passionate people.

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