Unlike a traditional office, coworking spaces like Wellworth consist of members who work for or on a range of different companies, ventures, and projects. Working amidst people doing different kinds of work can drive one’s own work motivation and productivity levels to be more robust.
Coworking spaces like ours are accessible 24/7. People can decide whether to put in a long day when they have a deadline or can decide to take a break in the middle of the day to go to the gym. They can choose whether they want to work in a quiet space so they can focus or in a more collaborative space with shared desks where interaction is encouraged.
In coworking communities, in general, socializing is optional. Members can choose when and how to interact with others. They are more likely to enjoy discussions over coffee or when taking a break to regroup and when they want to be left alone to focus, they can put on headphones or find a place away from the main space’s activity hub. Regardless of whether you desire and relish being around others while you work or whether you simply like the potential for interaction, coworking spaces like Wellworth allow for a sense of a common identity no matter your comfort level of engagement.