Coworking Articles & Advice
Inspired by the Netflix show, “Tidying up with Marie Kondo,” we’ve put together eight simple steps to help you tidy up your desk so you can work with more clarity and efficiency.
In honor of BCL’s 10-year anniversary, we asked our members to share special discounts for their fellow members, and we are so excited that so many stepped up to the plate!
We asked BCL members what books they’re reading right now and they shared some insights on their current reads. Check out the list for recommendations to add to your reading queue. [Comments edited for grammar/clarity.]
While we mostly focus on the content of our work (the emails, projects, and decisions), how we work greatly affects our health and sanity. Here are three changes you can make that will greatly affect your posture and health at work.
We compiled a short list of gyms, studios, and facilities within a short walking distance from BCL. Whatever you’re looking for, whether it be yoga, cross-fit, or a gym where you can pump iron in peace, you can find a spot for this activity in Gowanus or Park Slope.
Here are five easy to implement tips and ideas to help you build a strong team that flourishes together.
Carnet de Voyages is BCL’s latest art installation, which can be found all throughout the third floor, by Brooklyn-based Haitian artist and designer, Nathalie Jolivert. Nathalie is a BCL member, currently working at TOLA Architecture.
Melissa Appleton, Project Manager at Participatory Budgeting Project, a non-profit member here at BCL, tells us what participatory budgeting is and what it looks like on a micro level.
Brooklyn Creative League Co-founder, Neil F. Carlson shares the philosophy and business values that makes BCL such a unique, and community-oriented coworking space
BCL members share 6 of their favorite lunch spots within a 10 minute walk from the office.