Everything Old is New Again: The 15-minute City

In support of both our sanity and overall well-being, the 15-minute city may actually become more in-demand in a post-COVID world. Thanks to Patrick Sisson, his article in City Monitor helps us understand not just […]

Everything Old is New Again: Industry Consolidation

We’ve seen this movie twice before. Our consultancy was launched in 2001, following the dot-bomb and just prior to HQ and Regus each declaring bankruptcy in 2003 – 2004 after explosive growth for each in […]

YES! We Can: Use Some Humor Today

We Can: Use Some Humor Today “I realize that humor isn’t for everyone. It’s only for people who want to have fun, enjoy life and feel alive.” – Anne Wilson Schaef (card created by the […]

Guest Post: Allyson Strowbridge – The Future of Work and the Human Experience

In our inaugural guest post, we feature Allyson Strowbridge, Owner & Principal of ctrl+shift+space, a workplace design consultancy. We are featuring a link to her complete post On The Future of Work and the Human […]

Throwback Thursday – Revisiting EverythingCoworking Podcast Episode 37

Ah 2016…. such a lifetime ago! How the world has dramatically changed since then! For Throwback Thursday, we are re-posting our contribution to Jamie Russo’s Everything Coworking, Episode 37 where we shared our SWOT analysis. […]

Remote Work is now a Lifestyle – thanks TechRepublic!

Per Sid Sijbrandij, CEO and co-founder of GitLab “The impact of COVID-19 may have accelerated the adoption of remote work for many businesses, but trends towards connectivity and increasingly digital work laid the groundwork for […]

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 […]

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.

2020 In Focus: The Growth of Coworking and Amenity Space

In a recent article in Commercial Property Executive, journalist Jackson Chen breaks down the six predictions by JLL’s Senior Director for Office Research Scott Homa for how the coworking world will develop in 2020.