If you have the ability to work from anywhere, you probably work from home. That means you probably don’t leave the house very often, and you might miss out on some opportunities to grow professionally. Joining a coworking space can remedy that.
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Coworking spaces are great if you get cabin fever and just need to leave the house. They also present opportunities for mentorship and networking, though. Entrepreneur suggests:
Casual or formal, mentorship is the heartbeat of coworking concepts. And startups who receive mentoring double the survival rate of non-mentored businesses. The open and relaxed atmosphere makes asking someone to grab coffee or review your pitch deck far less intimidating. In no other environment can an entrepreneur get access to the best legal advice or an extra creative eye by walking across the hallway.
It’s cheaper than working from a coffee shop, and it’s a good way to meet like-minded workers. For more tips, check out Entrepreneur’s full post at the link below.
4 Reasons Why More Women Should Join a Coworking Space [Entrepreneur]