How to get motivated after a time offVacation hangover. I need a vacation from my vacation. Whatever you call it, it’s an issue for every freelancer on the planet. Working for yourself takes mountains of motivation. It’s not easy to get up and start your day early, when absolutely no one would yell at you for sleeping until noon.
How to optimize your coworking spaceHave you ever typed “I hate my office” into a search engine? Google spits out nearly 6 million results for that query. In contrast, not a single result is returned for “I hate my coworking space”. Space operators must be doing something right. Of course, there are always things that can be improved. As regular visitors to coworking spaces worldwide, we at Deskmag identified some neuralgic points.
Ten Mobile Apps for Traveling FreelancersOne of the reasons freelancers enjoy coworking is that it provides the opportunity to participate in a global community of like-minded professionals without being tied down to one office. Most coworking spaces offer a free or very affordable drop-in option. Although you may feel right at home in coworking spaces around the world, it’s still a little awkward to be working out of your laptop bag.
5 ebooks every freelancer should readTwo days ago was the first official day of summer on the upper side of the globe, and although that means the kiddos are out of school, freelancers are still hard at work. If you’re planning to take a few days for yourself now that the weather is nice, preparing a summer reading list can help you expand your mind while working on your tan.
Capital C - How to build a communityCoworking is all about building communities anchored around a shared space. These days, some of the fastest growing communities are being built online. There’s a few things offline communities could learn from online ones, which is why today we’re presenting a few tips from David Noël, community manager at SoundCloud.
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