Change Your Scenery: 5 Places to Meet in Lawrenceville

We know you love working at Cornerstone and using our space to allow your creative juices to flow, but sometimes you need to step away and have a change of scenery. Whether it’s for lunch or simply gathering in a new space, we don’t mind you stepping away every once in a while – as long as you come back! …

Nonprofits at Cornerstone Coworking

We’re honored to have members using our space to instill change in our community. Part of Cornerstone’s mission is to be a space where people not only create and imagine new goals, but also make them a reality. While we have a special place in our hearts for our members who are engineers, writers, and technological geniuses, we adore our …

Giving Instead of Receiving: How to Finally Get Involved in Your Community

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#75bfea” class=”” size=””]“Any small business, no matter how successful, can give back. All it takes is a dash of effort and a dollop of creativity.” [/perfectpullquote] About a year ago, I had a conversation with one of our members who said something that plays in my mind every day: “When my family succeeds or gets …

Cornerstone Reads: Books on Leadership

In this season of leadership at Cornerstone, we are learning that you keep wanting more! More information, more trainings, and continued growth with your leadership skills. Check out a few of our favorite books on leadership below! Developing the Leader Within You | John Maxwell Developing the Leader Within You is Dr. Maxwell’s first and most enduring leadership book, having …

From Work to Home: How to Lead in All Areas of Life

This season at Cornerstone we are focused on Leadership, in all aspects. While we pour most of our energy into our workplace, it’s critical not to forget what happens when you leave the office. Being a leader doesn’t end at work. We have to remember that God calls us to be leaders in our family. Moms and Dads, your kids …

Frightfully Good Team Building

The best ways to lead is through serving, so this month you can serve your team through festive team building activities. Now, someone just rolled their eyes, but you shouldn’t cringe at the mention of “team building.” As a leader, this is a great opportunity to listen to your team and know what they want, and this allows you to …

Develop Your Leadership Skills

Every person has their own mode of leadership and different backgrounds in gaining their skills. Sometimes your skills work wonders and sometimes there’s room for improvement. You know the old saying that goes: “some people are born to lead and others are born to follow”? Well, this statement couldn’t be further from the truth. Not everyone is born with the …

Best Ways to Measure Progress in your Personal Goals

Belle Beth Cooper, with Buffer, shared a few of her favorite ways to measure the success of her personal goals. She talks about the motives of your goals and how they correlate with your success in achieving them. Belle says, “when a goal is more autonomous — that is, it comes from our own motivations rather than being set for …

Tips to Keep a Schedule While Working Remote

Whitson Gordon, with The New York Times, shares a few tips with us on how to be successful working from home, or anywhere remote for that matter. She shares that no matter what your struggle may be, a little structure goes a long way. “Maybe that flexible schedule keeps you from daily basics like exercising and eating, or maybe it …

Focusing on Scripture: 5 Studies for Your Daily Time with God

Just as reading is good for your soul, what you read is good for your mind. Our previous post discusses the concept of starting your day right. While it is important to begin on the right foot, it’s equally important to pour back into your mind when you’ve poured out all day. It’s all about balance – a healthy line …