The Benefits of Joining a Coworking Space

The Benefits of Joining a Coworking Space

The Benefits of Joining a Coworking Space

Over the last decade, the coworking world has expanded by leaps and bounds. Ten years ago, the use of a coworking or shared office was almost frowned upon by many customers and business owners. Traditionally, clients have gone to private suites within commercial office buildings to see their lawyers, realtors, and other consultants, so visiting

How to Get People Together in a Coworking Space

How to Get People Together in a Coworking Space

Shared office spaces offer their members a place to get work done while connecting with other like-minded business people. Many solo-preneurs enjoy the camaraderie of being around others because it provides a source of motivation and support and can sometimes lead to new business. However, some members need an extra push to get them out

Networking Best Practices

Networking Best Practices

Everyone knows how important it is to network to build your business. But it’s easy to forget how to network effectively. Over time, even the best networkers can end up wasting valuable hours by not following best practices. Launch Workplaces hosts a networking group called Team Network, and their Team Connect facilitator Debbie DeChambeau had

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Business Owner Takes A Break From His Own Business

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Business Owner Takes A Break From His Own Business

If you are an entrepreneur, you know the weight of owning your own business. The daily pressure of securing new business, resolving customer fires, managing stretched staff, and stretching cash can overwhelm days, weeks, months, and even years. Worst of all, the daily stresses take over, and it’s very easy to spend all of your

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Tanya Lyles Slays Hair & Scalp Problems

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Tanya Lyles Slays Hair & Scalp Problems

How many times have you thought of a great new product idea to solve a particular problem you were facing but did nothing to execute on it? Luckily for people who wear hair pieces and suffer from an itchy scalp and hair loss, Tanya Lyles had a great idea and decided to do something about

Adamson’s 1969, a Sixties Coming of Age Tale, Released During 50th Anniversary of 1969

Adamson’s 1969, a Sixties Coming of Age Tale, Released During 50th Anniversary of 1969

Written as an adventure tale for young adults, Nicole Burton’s novel Adamson’s 1969 is a frolic through the year 1969 as seen through the eyes of a guileless young Englishman, Adamson Henry. Like the characters in the movies Forrest Gump and Zelig, Adamson finds himself right in the middle of the major historic moments of

Science Says This is the Key to a SUCCESSFUL New Year’s Resolution

Science Says This is the Key to a SUCCESSFUL New Year’s Resolution

For most of us, a resolution worthy enough to save for the New Year is usually one that is important to us. Whether it’s being healthier, reaching financial goals or spending more time with loved ones, we make our New Year’s resolutions in pursuit of the greatest reward: a happier, more fulfilled life. This year, my New Year’s resolution

Local Sportscaster Scores an Office & Studio at Launch Workplaces

Local Sportscaster Scores an Office & Studio at Launch Workplaces

When Launch Workplaces opened in the Sangamore neighborhood of Bethesda, illustrious sports newscaster and Montgomery County native Kevin Sheehan knew it would be the best location to house his podcast studio for his sports talk podcast show The Kevin Sheehan Show. Close to home and only minutes to Northwest Washington, DC with free parking and

Creative Coalesce Freeing Our Creativity

Creative Coalesce Freeing Our Creativity

Art Therapy is a proven method for stress relief, “Free our inner Creativity” that will help you find tranquility for your mind body and soul. Gaithersburg, MD. Operation A.R.T.S presents Creative Coalesce, the coming together of numerous individuals of different career paths to bring out the inner artist in us all. Experience the whimsical wonderland

Practice the Four R’s: Reading, Writing, Running and Financial ‘Rithmatic

Practice the Four R’s: Reading, Writing, Running and Financial ‘Rithmatic

When Marguerita Cheng’s father arrived on American soil for the first time from Taiwan, he only had $17 in his pocket. A common story for many immigrants, to be sure, but what’s different about Mr. Cheng is what happened next. A frugal man, he taught his three daughters from an early age about budgeting, using

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