Throwback Thursday – Revisiting a Podcast Series from 2016

During the first significant surge of coworking, our own Wendy Spreenberg was privileged to guest with Brittanie Campbell-Turner on her Constructrr podcast in 3 parts, Sept-Oct 2016. So, content from nearly 5 years ago is […]

Immersive Van Gogh Experience, Chicago – you’ve gotta “Gogh”!

(tickets and more) Simply a remarkable experience! Expect to be delighted by both the immersive sight and the inspiring music. (Yes, you should accept the pair of ear plugs – the music is LOUD) We […]

In the Spirit of Valentine’s Day or Gal-entine’s Day, or Galent-tine’s Day (pun coming)

    (courtesy of our friends at Punderdome) We do want to recognize the special people in our lives in the next few days. This includes not just our life partners, spouses, significant others, but […]

Thank you, Amanda Gorman

Thank you, Amanda Gorman, for your powerful words at the 2021 Inauguration! Thank you, Kate DeCiccio, for the amazing portrait of Amanda. #wethefuture #thetyrantfearsthepoet

YES! We Can: Have a Positive Attitude in 2021

The concept explodes across the US (and worldwide), not in small measure due to the Great Recession. In addition, WeWork drives larger and frequent openings and emerging brands Industrious, Level Office (now Novel Coworking) and an alternative model in Convene fuel industry growth.

Immersive Van Gogh in Chicago – great start to 2021!

Let’s start 2021 with something COMPLETELY different! The Immersive Van Gogh experience has arrived in Chicago! It’s cold in Chicago, but a great time to safely get out and enjoy a unique exhibit. The link takes […]

YES! We Can: Adapt to the Near Future (as is tradition!) – part 1

Over the course of our 19-year consultancy, we have witnessed how adaptation to new ways of working lead to fresh products, solutions and service offerings. Together, we’re just about to see how the latest, forced adaptation gives us reason to believe in the incredible opportunities arising from the pandemic.

YES! We Can: Redefine our Purpose, our “Why”

The last post highlighted the grieving process and the setting of routine to nudge ourselves back to life. We acknowledged our own sense of loss of our purpose This, too, is temporary if we commit to the steps to refocus and redefine our “Why?”

YES! We Can: Acknowledge the Loss and Grieve

This first post is a bit of a nudge to everyone’s internal monologue. You may be grappling with lack of ambition, minor aches and pains that came out of nowhere or just a general funk.  This may also show up as overeating, a lack focus or Happy Hours that start a little earlier each day.

Our new normal, to my community

Think of ways to strengthen your community while acknowledging our new reality with sensitivity. These are anxious times and promoting “free coworking” can be tone deaf promotion during this time of social distancing and self-quarantine.