It sounds pretty extraordinary. Spoiler alert: it is.
Imagine one day you signed up for your coworking. You love it.
The coworking you belong to isn’t part of LExC 🙁
One day you go out of town and want to go the local equivalent of your coworking. You look up local coworkings and find that they come in many colors and flavors. Based on your gut you chose one, you might or not have to pay for a daily pass. End of story.
The coworking you belong to is part of LExC 🙂
One day you go out of town and want to go the local equivalent of your coworking: the first thing you do is look up LExC coworkings. You already know you can expect excellence and you know they will be expecting you. Visiting other LExC coworkings is included in your coworking membership, so it’s a pretty sweet addition to your already long list of perks. Plus, the hottest coworkings belong to LExC, so you will be in for a treat; an extension of the experience you normally get at your home coworking.
If you’re a member at a coworking that is part of LEXC, cheers and enjoy!
Coworking is not about renting a chair and a desk. It’s about surrounding yourself with a community of like-minded people and experiencing the responsibilities and benefits it brings. OfficeVibe did a pretty good job of illustrating 11 coworking stats that speak to why people cowork and how it makes their life better. Enjoy!
April 28, 2014. Fort Lauderdale. “Just because we don’t work for each other doesn’t mean we can’t work together,” said the people that belong in Axis Space. The spirit is a balance of solo work as much of collaboration, and that is seen through the decisions and design that went into creating Axis Space.
The 4th floor will open in advance of the rest of the space, and the pre-opening will be celebrated with a bang on Cinco de Mayo.
The floor, 32 offices for individuals or teams, were designed with a mantra in mind: everyone is entitled to being healthy and not being confined to a dark cubicle all day. As a result, there are height-adjustable desks for all and daylight pours in through the floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the yacht-flooded canal.
Anyone who would like to tour the space and beat those attending the Pre-Opening Party can schedule one. Who knows, there might be invitations to the party lying around.
The opening of the shared collaborative space and conference rooms, first and second floor, will take place in June 2014. With a bang.
About Axis Space: Axis Space is a coworking in Fort Lauderdale, a mix of private offices and open shared space, that lives inside Las Olas River House in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale. We are a community of bold minds who have decided to work and collaborate under the same roof. Our workspace and the people around us inspire us to take action, to grow, to do better.
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As fantastic as it is to own your time, it can be a challenge to make use of it in a smart way. There is a huge difference between being busy and being productive. Being able to tell the difference is an art.
Thankfully, we aren’t alone in this quest, and some very clever people have come up with their own methods to keep yourself in check and focused.
In essence, it is a way to divide time in chunks with short breaks in between. There are two huge pros about this method. For one, you get to keep your sanity, it’s a way to develop the mind’s stamina by constantly re-energizing it instead of working non-stop until it’s completely burned out. The other huge pro, is that by starting and stopping constantly it’s easier to stay on track instead of realizing hours later that you completely sidetracked and haven’t accomplished what you had set out to.
In a nutshell, a way to keep a close eye on what you have to do, your notes, and your thoughts. As helpful as technology is, in some cases it’s just easier to keep things analog. The method helps keep things organized, focused, and right in front of you.
What might work for someone might not for someone else. So give this methods a try, take what is useful to you, and throw out the rest.
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