Last login: Thursday, October 17, 2013
I have a home office and I find that Hera Hub complements my work schedule - providing me with a centrally located, thoughtful space to meet people. I've even hosted workshops (open to all genders) and because I'm out and collaborating, I've seen more growth in my business in my 16 months as a member than in the combined six years I worked solo.
For this shy-starter, I found that members are truly interested in making members feel included. Outside in the business world, I'm often trampled over by louder colleagues at networking events and meetings.
I found that at Hera Hub, I was not just immediately welcomed, but noticed by Felena, her staff, and the other members.
And one of the fringe perks? Not a day goes by that I don't get a friendly message, a "hello", or an inquiry into how my family is doing. My fellow members have become friends and have opened doors graciously for me into their business worlds.
To an entrepreneur who has to self-start every day, these types of touches make work life much more joyful.
October 17, 2013 at 12:15 p.m.
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