It’s been an exciting time in San Francisco with big events like DreamForce 2018 and SF Blockchain Week happening very close to our office.
Our new plants are in! We are strong proponents of Environmental Psychology and it plays a big role in our designs. Thanks to Rocket Farms, our vision has finally been fulfilled. They provided us with over 200 plants to line the beams in the lounge and help us bring the outdoors in. If you are interested in getting plants for your own space, contact Jason Kamimoto at Rocket Farms. He so knowledgable and amazingly helpful!
When most of us think about career advancement, we focus on the tangible career milestones - promotions, projects, certifications, titles, raises, etc. And, in doing so, we overlook something very important: finding and surrounding ourselves with people who push us to succeed and encourage our personal and professional growth. How can you find these people? These guidelines should help:
The extravert ideal - the bold, outspoken personality - is promoted in so many self help books… what about the introvert? While many leaders and successful people are extraverts, there are many introvert characteristics that make just as good of a leader, but no one talks about them. So let’s talk about them. This is how you, as an introvert, can work in a seemingly extravert dominated workplace.
What makes coworking spaces – defined as membership-based workspaces where diverse groups of freelancers, remote workers, and other independent professionals work together in a shared, communal setting – so effective?
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