The “How I Work” series, most noteworthy done by Lifehacker, has been reproduced by multiple authors for good reason: people love to hear from successful and influential people and learn the intricacies of their day-to-day. It can be inspiring and motivating to hear about the best, and oftentimes most simplistic practices. In
On December 10, 2018 Geekwire published an article about Microsoft seating first in Forbes 'Just 100' list of most responsible companies. To learn this, Forbes partnered with Just Capital and asked 81,000 Americans what they want to see most from America's largest companies. Among the top answers were fair pay,
The “How I Work” series, most noteworthy done by Lifehacker, has been reproduced by multiple authors for good reason: people love to hear from successful and influential people and learn the intricacies of their day-to-day. It can be inspiring and motivating to hear about the best, and oftentimes most simplistic practices.
If you could work from anywhere, where would you go? Stay at home? Go outside? Coworking? Work and travel? Coffee shop or restaurant? The library? Whether you decide to stay at home in your pjs or get outside for a meeting, it can definitely be nice to get out of the office to get some work done.
Last week, I axed a weekly meeting. The three other people in on this weekly meeting are incredible, and I've learned a lot from our time together. But, besides enjoying their conversation, there was no reason to keep on meeting. What we had set out to achieve had been accomplished. Canceling this
So, I gotta be honest. Up until writing this post, I actually didn't know the history behind Labor Day. Why question a 3-day weekend, right? For the majority of my teens and twenties, Labor Day was simply the weekend I saw Dave Matthews at the Gorge before heading back to school. But
“Twenty years ago, you’d go to a company and they’d tell you your [career] route. Today, it’s on you” (Jody Greenstone Miller, CEO of Business Talent Group). You are your own boss. People rarely get promoted because they wait to do what they are told. No. People get promoted because they have the "I'm
On LinkedIn there are millions of users but not all profiles are created equally. Many are a direct reflection of their resumes, but at a recent pilot event held in Capitol Hill, LinkedIn instructed the crowd to think of their profile as a “living, breathing” way to get a new
If you live in downtown Redmond, this week you're all-too-familiar with "closed" or "cash only signs." Saturday, September 20th, was the first day of what has been a massive Internet, Phone, and TV outage. How did this happen? Frontier Communications has reported the following initial cause: IMCO Construction ripped up 1000's of feet
Office space in Redmond - and at thinkspace - is a valued resource. Startups and employers are drawn to Redmond's corporate environment, and as businesses continue to grow and expand, thinkspace has made the decision to grow with them. In order to meet the needs of our community, thinkspace is