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Literally everyone on your News Feed is posting about pumpkin spice lattes, which can only mean one thing––fall is in the air! This season contains some of the best traditions, like pumpkin picking, jumping into a pile of leaves and hayrides––just to name a few. We made a list of some (free) events happening in New York and Chicago near Grind locations so you can celebrate the season the right way.
I was always the person who refused to download Snapchat. I mean, I just didn’t get it. What in the world is a ‘filter’? Is it like a Brita filter? Fast forward to today and you will find me on Snapchat at any given time of the day. From capturing my post-graduate adventures, to capturing the wonky and interesting sights of New York City, Snapchat is an app like no other. It brings personality. It puts the social in social media.
Labor Day Weekend has sadly come and gone but September 6 marks another national observation that will surely keep you busy—Read a Book Day. This national day is one of reading and diving into a story we might all enjoy. We at Grind put together a quick list of some titles, including two that have been penned by some of our amazing members, both of whom share diverse experiences and perspectives.
I am an author, mindfulness writing coach, holistic wellness practitioner, and a productivity consultant. I recently launched my company, NimmiLife, which helps people attain their goals (be it a book deadline or better stress management) using simple creativity and wellness tips and tricks.
What is your profession?I’m the Founder & CEO of My Social Canvas. In 2012, I founded My Social Canvas with a desire to combine my passions for fashion, social responsibility, and mentorship. My Social Canvas combines scholarship and fashion design opportunities for students in the United States and Canada with a global good by producing and selling selected student designs to benefit various non-profit partners. My Social Canvas also has a Campus Representative program at over 50 high schools and colleges designed to give students professional experience in social entrepreneurship, marketing, fashion, philanthropy.
I’m a Certified Life Coach & Consulting Chief Wellness Officer for Grind. I joined the coworking world about 2 years ago. I’d had an office for a couple of years, but it started to feel very isolated, so the search began for the ideal coworking space. Grind works well for me for two reasons: 1) it has an open floorplan which allows me to be around and interact with other entrepreneurs. 2) it has phone cabins and small conference rooms where I can have coaching sessions with clients. I appreciate introducing my clients to an energetic, high-functioning environment where people are making things happen. I also dig the minimalist vibe/aesthetic.
Happy Father's Day, Grindists! Enjoy the weather, the BBQ and the company.
Grind is excited to announce our June Featured Grindist Jeremy Goldman, Founder and CEO of Firebrand Group. Jeremy is a Global member based out of Grind Broadway/39th Street! Read his blog about effective ways to use Google Analytics and catch his next blog coming this week!
2016 is set to be a big year for Grind. We've opened two new spaces in New York City, one at 140 West St and the second at 1219 Broadway on 30th St, and we are looking to open more very soon. To help with our expansion, we've brought on two fantastic marketing interns.
Community Manager: Grind LaSalle
Grind Broadway/39th member Jeremy Goldman recently wrote a guest blog about how brands can use Google's free service to build a strong digital presence. Read his blog here.
Community Manager: Grind Broadway/30th
Peter Ruchti, founder and president of Adept Plus, is Grind's May Featured Grindist. In his blog, Peter gives three easy tips for you and your brand to establish a strong online presence. Check it out! If you have any questions about your online presence, please do not hesitate to reach out to Peter on Twitter and Linkedin!