How to Pick the Best Coffee Shops for Work | Remote Work Series #08




Coffee shops are an enigma for many. Remote working doesn’t mean being stuck inside the house, coffee shops are a great option for working. They provide interaction with others, a relaxing space to work and a base for the day with potential food choices. I’ve put together a few recommendations to get started with choosing your next coffee shop.

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7 Comments

  1. Keep Productive
    October 2, 2017
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    What are your coffee shop habits? Do you work in your local coffee shop?

  2. John Doe
    October 3, 2017
    Reply

    I've always wanted to leave a message like this.

    FIRST

  3. DA Southern
    October 3, 2017
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    Hey Francesco, great subject and one near and dear to my heart. As a writer, i have spend countless hours writing many of my 10 books in coffee shops and all of the points you have hit upon are spot on. For me, access to charging is utmost and i am often surprised when i go into shops how few there are sometimes. It is funny, i tend to scope out seating long before i get coffee because i am usually going to be there for a while and i want the space that i like for my personal standards. I can't stress enough about the staff and establishing a friendly relationship with them because they will indeed watch your stuff when you have to take your bathroom breaks and just the overall ability to be friendly with one another. Of course, ambiance is upmost to me as i have to be in a space that has a good energy and that is usually found in independent coffee shops, more often than not. Starbucks usually does a fairly good job in the States with their own shops but i have found that the staff usually changes so frequuently that the rapport is not usually there. Overall, writing and being productive in a coffee shop is the way to go. For many, having a "white noise" situation creates an atmosphere that does indeed get the creative juices flowing and you never know, you might just meet a fellow traveler along the way.

  4. Peter Skovgaard
    October 3, 2017
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    Once agian a great video buddy love it 🙂

  5. John Cattermole
    October 3, 2017
    Reply

    Probably a good time to mention the necessity of a VPN when using public wifi …

  6. Dany Kasti
    October 22, 2017
    Reply

    Thanks for the Vidéo ! very helpful !

  7. Ian Dunsford
    December 3, 2017
    Reply

    I live in Brum. Which coffee shops did you enjoy working from?

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