Working in corporate jobs for nine hours really get monotonous. That’s why many of us strive out of that particular grind and look for opportunities to work from home. Working from home seems like a dream come true. Staying in pyjamas and taking calls from your bed is more comfortable than sitting on those rigid revolving chairs a whole day.
While it provides a relief from the tedious routine, working out of your home is not without its pitfalls as well. In Tel Aviv, city in Israel, itself, many entrepreneurs are migrating out of their home offices into Co-Working Space Israel each year. Here’s why:
Increase In Productivity
There are a lot of distractions when you work from home. At home while doing work you have to handle some household chores as well. While in coworking spaces, you are surrounded by like-minded people who share values and are focused towards their work. It acts as a source of inspiration as well. Working in such environment definitely leads to increase in productivity.
Increase In Networking Opportunities
For some people working from home can be beneficial. But most of our jobs or career, in general, depend at least to some degree on networking. When you work in coworking spaces, you connect and collaborate with new people. Meeting new people with different perspectives and learning new skills from your fellow members gives you the competitive edge. This can help you to take your business to next level.
While working in coworking space, you lead a disciplined life. Whereas at home you start taking your work casually, as you are working within your comfort zone. You have to be really passionate and self-motivated to achieve your targets at home.
Provides A Solution To The Isolation
Many people do not like to work in corporate jobs, that’s why they choose to work from home. But working from home can make you feel isolated sometimes. Coworking space offers a solution to isolation while at the same time letting you escape the distractions of home.
As we have seen working in a coworking space is far better than working from home. So, when are you starting to work from a coworking space?