Finding Success Within Your ‘Failures’

How are your New Year’s resolutions going so far? Do you feel a sense of guilt answering that question? I know I do. I came into 2021 strong, I was going to quit Chick-fil-A for lunch, cold turkey  (HAHA!) and I was going to spend more quality time with my kiddo and less time in front of the tv. Now …

Make Remote Working Work

Written by Samantha Proctor The biggest question of this year is “how do I make this work.” With curveball after curveball thrown at us, all we’re able to do is dodge and adjust. Between work, digital learning, family, and attempting to maintain a social life, we have done a lot of dodging. But don’t let this get to you or …

SMART Assessment: Reclaim Your Business Goals

June has come to a close and the year is still as interesting as it was a few months ago. Although Covid-19 may have thrown off some of your goals for the year, it is time to get back on the saddle, tighten the leash on your plans, and head off to the races. Whether it’s a business or personal …

Private Offices Available

We love any opportunity to grow the Cornerstone family and we have a wonderful chance for this right now. Two of our private offices are available for you, or someone you know, to move in! Here’s the rundown of what these offices include: – Furnished private office with desk, chair, and bookshelf – Bring in your own furniture (if you …

Balancing Life & Working Remote

Articles on work-life balance may seem like white noise to most at this point, but it’s important not to lose focus! As I was sitting at home yesterday, I noticed a couple of trends: 1) I was putting fewer tasks on my to-do list and 2) it was taking longer to accomplish each one. My time in the office was …

Supporting Small Businesses in the Midst of Covid-19

Written by Skyy DeAngelo As we have all been affected by COVID -19, it is important to maintain a sense of community through supporting and uplifting our local community of small businesses.  Within the first couple weeks of the pandemic, people went into a position of fear and fending for themselves. But as more information was given on the situation, …

Skills to Develop for Post-Coronavirus

In the midst of Covid-19, we are experiencing adjustments in our everyday work flow, getting on numerous video calls and searching for new software. We all have a sneaking suspicion that life after this pandemic will not resemble what we were used to. In this time as we’re learning new skills, we may see some of them shift into new, …

Communicating Across the Cyberspace

There is a reason the phase communication is key has been relevant for so long. It’s hardly ever an easy task and has only increased in difficulty during Covid-19. Between text messages and emails, tones are mishandled and wording isn’t always clear. Although many of you who use coworking spaces have adjusted to remote communication, it is new for many …

Coming Together at a Distance

It is no secret that Covid-19 is affecting everyone, in many different ways. Everything is slower if it hasn’t already come to a screeching halt. We are all a little stressed, worried, and anxious about what the next few weeks will hold–not to mention how this will play a part in our economy and lives for the years to come. …