How co-living can help your professional life?
Sharing a space teaches a lot, personally and professionally.
The amount of professionals moving towards different locations across the country and boundaries is colossal and is growing at a rate more than what you can think. The concept of moving from one place to another for work, education or any other reason is quite perturbing. While isolation is one of the unaddressed issues, we often apprehend about moving to a totally new environment.
In order to address this kind of experiences, co-living has come up as the most suited way of living for any millennial city. Although co-living has a 100 different meaning for 100 different people, I would consider it a platform for networking while having accommodation in a fun-filled and safe environment.
For many professionals like me, it’s a chance to grow our network, or engage with peers in a new environment.
While moving into another city brings a lot of energy to our souls, it is at the same time testing and cloudy. The entire situation can end up being a decent affair on the off chance that we end up getting to share our space with individuals with similar thoughts. Be that as it may, frequently than not, this isn't the situation.
For a few, co-living takes on an increasingly close to home tone. It very well may be an opportunity to restore balance in a bustling work routine, or a minute to develop new connections through sharing.
Employees currently complain about the ongoing stress and affinity towards working more than before. The reason being isolation in this new place but younger generations quickly adapted, due to less-than-perfect economic circumstances. Also, the need for ongoing changes in working culture and work or education related migration has seen various positive outcomes, such as the development of a booming global coworking and growth scene and more recently, co-living.
In the case of professionals who stay together, meeting other professionals and students and forming potential partnerships or finding the right talent or job can be an enriching professional experience.
Not just connections, it's really amazing to see how interaction with peers during dinners or breakfast lead to meaningful conversations and add so much value which can be used in our daily work life routine. These conversations are sometimes so good that they can help you solve complex situations at your office and help you relieve stress.
These days co-living spaces like Isthara Parks offer so many opportunities to interact with the people you are living with by conducting various activities like Zumba, trips, musical nights which goes in sync with the kind of life you look forward to.
I would like to list down the main points of how this kind of co-living spaces can boost your professional life as below –
- Huge Networking Possibility
- Easy to find Like-minded people
- Prevents isolation
- Stress-free environment
The first brick of co-living are the relationships which are cultivated through the sharing of experience. It can be travelling to a new place, or maybe trying to learn a new skill, similarly getting along with a new person can be just as impelling. You never know the person you just said hello on your way to the office can be your colleague soon.
I would recommend all the working professionals who are moving out of their native place to go for co-living spaces because you never know, you might you’re your next coworker, next partner or a next friend while sharing experiences, or going on an adventure or maybe just playing carom together.