Did you know that everything you send in an email could be read by your internet provider, the government, your email host, and maybe even hackers? Sometimes the internet can be a scary place. Who do we trust? How do we stay safe? Is this Nigerian Prince really going to wire me $100,000,000 if I reply to his email with my bank account information?Read More
If you are in businesses then networking is an important part of growing and sustaining your business.
If the word Networking makes knots pop up in your shoulders . . . believe me, we understand your pain!
Here at WingSpace we like to take the organic approach to networking. There is something magical about working under the same roof where everybody is…Read More
What is it like to work at WingSpace?
In a nutshell membership here is like a full contact sport. Meaning, members take on full-tilt-boogie ownership of the space when they realize this is “their” office. They take pride in the space and it feels a little like walking into Cheers where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came.Read More
It doesn't seem to matter how many businesses I have started, owned, bought or operated, whenever I do something outside of my comfort zone the barrage of self-limiting thoughts come in full force.
"Oh, it's you again fear. Hello. What stack of lies are we in for today?"
Something happens inside of us with every new opportunity for growth. Whenever we think we're ready to stretch outside of our comfort zone to create something new or dust off an old abandoned dream we have to go through the process of dealing with whatever junk inevitably comes up.
“Not better or different from other healers in my area... everyone connects with certain people and my services resonate with the right ones at the right time- I am grateful for the clients I get to work with in their healing journey.” [Read More]Read More
Members of WingSpace talk about their experience and benefits of working in a collaborative coworking space.Read More
Kind Defined is a nonprofit that believes in the ripple effect. Your smile can truly brighten someone's day. We are an organization of good people and kind hearts. We simply want the world to be a place where we look upon each other and smile. Sometimes we may say, "Huh, I never saw it that way, but there you go." But we are not angry or shouty at another. [Read More…]Read More
An exciting new collaboration between WingSpace Coworking and MunchkinLand Play Center means working parents in the area now have more flexibility then ever before.
Starting August 1, all WingSpace members with a monthly membership of 4 days/month or more will be eligible for a play-care discount on 2 or 3 hour play sessions between 9 am and 1 pm. Those are typically the peek productive work times before the little ones are ready for their afternoon nap.Read More
Melanie Banayat from WingSpace Coworking talks about Women Focused Memberships with an emphasis on Professional and Personal Development including: Educational courses, workshops, and support groups. Melanie also takes you on a tour of the inside of WingSpace.Read More
The tone was set for our guests:
Hopscotch on front sidewalk √
Dr. Seuss Inspired Door √
Live Music, Chair Massages, Tea tasting, and Food √
It was a beautiful day for a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening Celebration. We wanted our guests to understand that WingSpace was not like any other office space in the area. We have an emphasis on 'Working Happy' and being part of a community.
Denise King interviews Melanie Banayat, Founder and CEO of WingSpace, LLC
Banayat talks about:
• Exploring your own personal work history to understand the driving factors behind why you do what you do and what holds you back from leaving the corporate world to pursue your dreams.
• Understanding the difference between BIG WHYs and LITTLE WHYsRead More
"As soon as you open your mind to doing things differently, the doors of opportunity practically fly off their hinges." ~Jay Abraham
When I decided to design the asymmetrical door frame at WingSpace, it was because I wanted people to walk into our front door and have an immediate visual that this place was a little different than [Read More]Read More
How Much Does It Really Cost To Work Out Of Coffee Shops?
Let’s do some math. Let's say you work out of a cafe 3 days a week.
Most coffee shops charge about $3.50 to $4.50 for a drink, and they’ll let you work for an hour or two before they expect you to buy something else or get out of the way for paying customers. If it’s a slow day, you can probably hang out longer, but if it’s busy, etiquette dictates that you should only take up a table for about an hour. After all, the café depends on a lot of small sales, and they want people moving in and out so new customers can enjoy the ambiance of the café.
That works out to an average of about $4 per drink [Read More]Read More
Coworking spaces are on the rise as an attractive alternative to the traditional office. When it comes to traditional office leases, there are actually a substantial amount of unforeseen costs that you probably aren’t accounting for when choosing the perfect office space to suit your business needs.
I spent the past year in search of a 3,000 square foot space for WingSpace. I looked at many properties and learned quite a bit about why there are so many empty office suites in Prescott.
Of course, not every business is a good fit for a coworking space, but for those who do not NEED …[Read More]Read More