You worked your tail off to grow your skills to a level of sustaining self-employment. You’ve felt the blood, sweat, and tears of being both employee and employer, and rose above it all to become your own boss. You feel as though you have conquered a mountain few conquer. It’s a great feeling, isn’t it?
Tom Corley, author of “Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals”, discovered some pretty interesting research when writing his book. His research found that 85% of rich people (those who make over $160,000 annually) read two or more education, career-related, or self-improvement books per month.
It happens to probably everyone at one point or another, more likely at several points in life. And it is normal. The first thing to realize if you found you’ve lost your passion for work is that IT IS OKAY. It doesn’t mean you have to have a nervous breakdown or make some major career move in life. Sometimes people just get burnt out. Rekindling that flame isn’t an impossible challenge.
Shared offices have become a popular choice for everyone from freelancers and “solopreneurs” to large national and international businesses looking to open short-term or satellite locations in new markets. While these alternative office environments have the obvious benefit – Class A space at a price smaller users can afford – they also come with a number of free perks tenants may not even think about when searching for office space.
As the number of startup incubators and accelerators has continued to climb, so, too, has demand for flexible workspaces that cater to early-stage companies with big ideas and small budgets. For many, a shared office is a logical “next step” after graduating from an incubator environment, allowing them to enjoy many of the same benefits...