Spring has officially sprung, and if you find that all your good New Year’s intentions have disappeared, you’re not alone. Staying productive is the eternal challenge for some of us, especially when you work for yourself and don’t have anyone to stop you from taking a mid-afternoon dance break (or nap). There are a few simple ways to kick your own butt and get your productivity mojo back.
Yes, we’re about to get into money talk (cringe), but bear with us - saving money, as unglamorous as it may be, is essential for freelancers and entrepreneurs. You can never predict when you’ll hit a slow work period and the amount of money coming in isn’t quite what you hoped. Having savings built up for times like these, as well as for any emergencies or big life events, can help alleviate some of that stress. We’ve found some good tools that make it easy to save without trying too hard.
We're excited to welcome Jennifer Ding to the HeadSpace Dallas team! An entrepreneur and CEO of ParkIt, we sat down with Jen to discuss startup life and what she hopes to bring to coworking.
The new year is here, and while many have resolved to hit the gym more often or eat fewer bags of chips, now is a great time to give yourself a leg up when it comes to your freelance business. If you’re stuck on where to start, no worries – we have come up with three resolutions you can actually keep.
We’ve all seen them – the people on Instagram shilling magical “flat tummy tea,” the workout routines that value speed over proper form, the infomercials that claim that their patented meal program is guaranteed to help you lose weight. The plethora of fad diets and exercises on the market have plagued the fitness industry for years, but HeadSpace member Reuben Miller wants to change that.
Last month we brought you the first installment of our female member series. While women-led businesses continue to grow in numbers, it can still seem like a lonely place, especially in male-dominated industries. We spoke with Jennifer Schaumberg, an employee of Fuse Solutions, to find out her experiences with coworking and small business life.
Freelancing or heading up your own business is a challenge at the best of times, especially for female entrepreneurs. According to the 2012 U.S. Census, women-owned businesses grew by 28% over 2007, and that number is only expected to increase. We sat down with some of our female members to pick their brains about their own non-traditional working experience. In the first of this series, we’ll introduce you to Lisa Levy, an entrepreneur working with Yuan Harng Co, LTD.