Act Fast – Office Space Available at The Docking Station

September 3, 2015 | No Comments

It doesn’t happen very often, but we have a private office available for rent at The Docking Station! These offices are extremely popular with small business owners and solopreneurs, and we often have a waiting list. So to have one become available is a sign … a sign that it’s time for YOU to take […]

Co-Working: Are You a Good Neighbor?

August 17, 2015 | No Comments

Setting up shop in the heart of a co-working space is ideal for a lot of entrepreneurs. You’ll find yourself surrounded by the hum of creativity and innovation, connecting with other warriors on the entrepreneurial battlefield, and taking advantage of high-bandwidth Wi-Fi and all the free coffee you can handle. But, hanging your virtual shingle […]

The 7 Deadly Sins of Coworking

February 1, 2015 | No Comments

Ok, coworking “sins” may not be deadly, but committing them will certainly cause a coworker to miss out on valuable relationships and experiences. Coworking isn’t just about sharing a workspace – it’s about being part of a professional community. To get the most out of your coworking membership, be careful not to commit these offenses: […]

The Power of “Where”

December 29, 2014 | No Comments

In just a few days, we’ll be ringing in the new year!  Most of us celebrate this fresh, new beginning by making resolutions and setting goals.  In our professional lives, our goals address what we want to do and how we plan to accomplish it, and our mission statement defines why we do what we […]

Three “Un-Corporate” Ideas for Setting and Achieving Your Goals

November 20, 2014 | No Comments

‘Tis the season of looking ahead! Over the last two months I’ve had the pleasure of sitting down with a few of my clients for business strategy meetings to help them finish the year strong and roll out new initiatives for 2015. I’m constantly on the lookout for tips and tricks to share with them, […]

Celebrating a Membership Milestone!

October 24, 2014 | No Comments

Each month, we like to feature a Docking Station member in our newsletter to provide an opportunity for others in the community to learn more about him or her on a personal and professional level. “Who’s in here?” is the number one question I’m asked when giving a tour of our space to a visitor, […]

Riding in Style, Brian Bartel

September 25, 2014 | No Comments

Docking Station member Brian Bartel can be seen cruising the city in style…bicycle style, that is.  He is the founder of start-up company Rollout Trailers, and holds a patent on a self-propelled bike trailer.  Brian’s Brouhaha™ Bicycle Trailer has an electric motor with a sensor which will cause the trailer to brake and maintain speed […]

“Three Dangerous Trends Business Owners Face” Lunch n’ Learn on October 2nd

September 18, 2014 | No Comments

“Three Dangerous Trends Even Savvy Business Owners Face That Keep Them Frustrated, Exhausted, and Stressed” Business owners are amazing people.  Their talents are endless. Yet, so often there is something that prevents them from taking their business to the next level.  It shows up in many ways – often differently for each business.  If you are […]

Financial Planning with Passion and Purpose…Meet Patrick MacGrath!

August 6, 2014 | No Comments

With all the financial planners in Green Bay and beyond, how does one stand out from the rest?  By leading with passion and purpose.  Resident member Patrick MacGrath provides comprehensive wealth management services for individuals and families, and also specializes in special needs planning.  He began his career in financial planning in California in 2002, and […]

“Become A Brander-In-Chief” Lunch n’ Learn on August 13th

July 29, 2014 | No Comments

Joe Kiedinger, Brander-In-Chief of Prophit Marketing, will take you under his wing and introduce you to a whole new way of thinking–like a Brander-In-Chief! Learn to work ON your business rather than IN it.  His presentation will teach you how to create a positive corporate culture–a “this is how we do it here” constitution for […]