Personal Productivity

How We Found Productivity in a Coworking Space

AUTHOR: Rachel Eleza Tags Entrepreneurs Remote Working Workplace

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Coworking space is living up to the hype. It keeps gaining traction as many companies that have embraced the hybrid work model and those that have not are investing heavily in it. I mean, who wouldn’t? Coworking space offers perks like the latest technology tools to make work more efficient, habitable, eco-friendly workspace, and premium security.

Coworking space is the perfect go-to for employers, especially after the fallout with employees during the last pandemic about work flexibility.

Coworking space can be likened to a private office where each employee is given space after the necessary registration but is that the major reason everyone wants a coworking space? No. The reason is that it boosts productivity.

How To Find Productivity In a Coworking Space

Coworking spaces are office spaces made available to different employees, businessmen, and freelancers, amongst others, for work. In this present age of the hybrid work model, office space in different regions can be used to provide co-working space for workers.

Office space in New York, various office spaces in Atlanta, and office space in Hong Kong are targeted areas by employees and employers since these regions are business hubs, and they get to meet like minds.

Before opting for a coworking space for your employees, you should know that, unlike your physical office space, a coworking space will consist of other employees and freelancers like you. This means you won’t be alone, and there will be interactions just like in a regular office.

How do you find productivity in such an environment?

Create a Plan Daily

One thing that contributes to the success of all great men we know today is their routine; they all have a routine they stick to, which makes them productive. For instance, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, says, “he loves to have his day in bits.” This means that he allocates a time for everything; he has a fixed time he wakes to prepare for the day.

Elon Musk has the time he takes his kids to school, and also he has time to attend to emails and business calls. This shows that there is time for everything, but without a plan, you could lose your productivity with just one phone call. A one-minute call could be prolonged to hours of gist with loved ones, and before you know it, it’s past your work hours.

Creating a daily plan will help you stay dedicated and committed to your task even though there will be water breaks, lunch, and toilet breaks. If you are having a hard time controlling your working hours, you can use applications that will do the job for you; all you need is to switch it on and keep working.

Create Time To Connect

The truth about using a coworking space is that there will be colleagues you will work with and share ideas with. Create time to bond with them to build your connection. We are humans, and we need one another to grow; irrespective of how tight your schedule is, use your breaks effectively; use lunch breaks to get to know each other better, and use water breaks to share ideas about any challenge you’re facing your project.

When you share ideas and ask for opinions, you get better yourself and become more productive with your work.

Take a Break

The brain is like other parts of the body; it needs rest. After working 8 hours a day, you should take some personal time to cool off the day’s stress to re-energize your body. Use your weekend effectively to rest and relax your mind and also prepare it for the following week.

When you take breaks, you get to rest and also think about new ideas to implement, which boosts productivity.

Optimise Your Work With Technology

Technology is the order of the day in our present world, and you can’t do without it, not when you want to boost your productivity. One of the benefits of using a coworking space is the technology perks it comes with; you have all the equipment to make your job easy at the tip of your fingers.

With technology, you can finish your task on time, manage your tasks and time efficiently, and work less.

Conclusion

Coworking space is now a norm in our world, even though it has been around for some years. Coworking space gives perks that enable a good working environment for all its users and hence boost productivity.

Coworking space is similar to the physical office space, just that it comes with better options and employees from different fields and organizations, which might contribute to low productivity hence the need to manage your time effectively, optimize your work, and connect with colleagues and take a break when necessary.

Lauren adley
Rachel Eleza

Rachel is a marketing director at Upsuite and a writer for different websites. She loves reading and travelling. She is an ambitious woman and a hard-worker. When she’s not writing, she’s usually baking up a storm or trying to find new ways to get inspired.

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