remembering our time in France when we tried to prepare Jellyweek in a Retreat ... well Retreats can be great .. see https://youtu.be/MHvyjVsOqqo
Bertrand Arthur William Russell (18 May 1872 – 2 February 1970) was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, social critic, political ...activist, he was a prominent anti-war activist and a Nobel laureate.
Advice from Bertrand Russell when he was interviewed in 1959 by John Freeman for BBC's Face to Face.
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Had really nice talk with the JELLYWEEK founder Anni Roolf. JEELYWEEK will develop into something special with wonderful networks and the people in the future. I will do MY Jellyweek with my coworkers to connect with Asian Coworking Spaces and to respect the JELLYWEEK.
For Coworking Enthusiasts in Italy and Beyond: Espresso Coworking, seconda nonConferenza nazionale di coworing e lavoro. 6/7/8 dicembre Roma. http://www.espressocoworking.it/
And the root of Jellyweek as well ...
The Root of Coworking - Jelly
The places where coworking takes place is categorically called “coworking space”. These type of places has been around for quite a... long time. According to “I’m Outta Here!” , a book published in 2009 which introduces the concept of coworking by a co-founder Tony Bacigalupo and others of a New York located coworking space New Work City, there was a coworking places such as La Ruche, an artist residence in the early 1900s in Paris, France, and Writers’ Room in New York City which was founded in 1978 as a workplace for writers. I am sure that other than these examples there has been numerous workplaces shared by people all over the world over the course of recorded human history.
The event directly relating to the birth of coworking space took place in New York, USA in 2006.
Two entrepreneurs, Amit Gupta and Luke Crawford, both loves working away from office at home, started to notice that they miss sharing the information with colleagues and sense of belongings which come naturally to the office working environment. Then they called their friends, “Come to my place, and we all work together (on different assignments) !”.
As soon as this experiment started, people realized the values. You simply asked a coworker with a unique point of view, you could get an advice which picks you out of the box. You got inspired by talking to a coworker you never met. It was easy to solve all these problems you have been cuddling by yourself thanks to the coworkers around you. Holding the similar gatherings with the same goals attracted the coworkers looking at the same direction and resulted in a new business development.
This kind of gathering was labeled as Jelly. It comes from jelly beans, as the different colours (professions) getting together makes a wonderful product (space).
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