Work Colleagues As Your Tribe & Community: A New Paradigm
Finding Your People
Raise your hand if you’re an adult and you’ve asked yourself at some point in your adult life how you’re supposed to make friends as an adult though.
Yeahhhh. Us too.
You can hop on an app, join a club, or become a living fixture in a coffee shop, but how do you really meet your people?
Not having a sustainable community is one of the major pain points we’re determined to delete from your memory as ever being a thing.
What if you could just show up to a gorgeous, professional + casual work space, not have to answer to anyone but yourself, and be surrounded by a crew of people who are in a similar life phase and have the same entrepreneurial spirit as you?
Your colleagues’ kiddos are running around downstairs too. Your colleagues are working on projects that excite them too. Your colleagues take as many unapologetic snack breaks as you too. Your colleagues love collaborating on new business ideas too. Your colleagues live in the area and yes, they definitely want to plan a playdate or grab a bite at that new Pho place just as much as you do too.
This Is Not A Drill
It’s not a dream. It’s a brand new paradigm that we’re creatively engineering because we want it too.
You need a community of people surrounding you who are like you and who really, truly, fully like you.
You, in all your busy. You, in all your messy. You, in all your aspirations. You, in all your creative brilliance. You, in all your vulnerable humanity. You. All of you.
Don’t ever think that just because you’ve got a very cute, mini tyrant (who embodies your entire heart) running around that you ever stopped mattering.
You matter. Your mental stimulation needs matter. Your emotional depth needs matter. Your social cup-runneth-over needs matter.
You are part of a brave new world in this alternative workforce where you call your own shots and your colleagues are your community, your neighbors, and your friends.
Welcome to your new paradigm, mama and papapreneur.
We see you and we’ve got you.