September 5, 2017 Chelsea Miller

Productivity Sometimes Starts with a Break

When working on a time-sensitive project or a life-changing idea, it’s easy to sit glued to your laptop for hours on end, or run yourself senseless trying to meet deadlines. You’re working hard al
September 3, 2017 Chelsea Miller

Breathe Easy

What do the numbers 39 and 71 have in common? They’re the percentages of CO2 emissions and electricity consumption by buildings in our country.  I’m not meaning to trash talk here, but these are
September 1, 2017 Amy King

The Office: How did we get here?

Introducing Frederick “Speedy” Taylor (1856 – 1917) I recently geeked out on Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace by Nikil Saval, and learned a whole lot about Speedy Taylor. This gentle
August 7, 2017 Amy King

A Desk to Call My Own

As a Gen X’er who has had successful careers in multiple industries and cities, survived years of freelancing and navigating self-inflicted change, I must admit that structure and routine can be my
June 27, 2017 GoodWork Team

GoodWork Joins South Dallas Biz Leaders

Last week, Co-Founder Amy King sat on the Dallas Regional Chamber’s Southern Dallas Task Force & Innovation Meeting. “The question, ‘If capitalism could be reconfigured to allow
May 12, 2017 Chelsea Miller

Making Work Work for You

by Chelsea Miller, Catalyst Every decision we make is because of a past experience, a physical feeling or an emotion. In fact, our emotions make the most of our decisions. If I’m feeling stressed or
May 4, 2017 GoodWork Team

Changing the Pigeon’s Brand

An Interview with Designer Mauricio Cremer When the team first discovered the warehouse at 1808 S Good Latimer, they found dozens of pigeons nestled in the rafters. Whether on accident or perfectly ma
May 2, 2017 Amy King

Five Things for Entrepreneurs to Mind for Work Sustainability

by: Amy King, Co-Founder It’s a total cliché, but the day I turned 40, I had to start stepping up my game in self-care. I’d always put my career before everything and didn’t even realize that I