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#TheWellSpaceBK: A Pop-Up Co-Working Experience

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When most people think of an entrepreneur, they envision an individual—someone who is independent and autonomous. However, every wildly successful entrepreneur knows that you can only go it alone for so long (trust me, I know from experience). Throughout my journey to personal and professional success, I have learned time and time again that being a part of a tribe is how we truly win – individually and collectively. This support system of brilliant, like-minded individuals not only adds to the joy and experience of being an entrepreneur, but is also elevates everything we create. Because let’s be real, entrepreneurship can be a very lonely experience. Sometimes you feel like you’re in it all by yourself with no one to turn to and many times, your brand’s success or failure falls heavily on your shoulders alone – not an entire company or team’s.

Without my tribe, I certainly wouldn’t be where I am today, continuing to grow and evolve in my purpose. Some of you might be thinking: girl, please…I can do it all myself. I’m smart and capable. After all, I’ve already gotten this far. That might be true, love but if you’re ready to level up—and stay there—then you need a tribe. A community of individuals who believe in you and sincerely wants to see you SUCCEED.

Shell’s Loft BK

Enter #TheWellSpaceBK, a pop-up co-working experience on November 2-4, 2018 in Brooklyn you don’t want to miss! The beauties behind The Well Space are creating a co-working space that caters to Black women. Spend the weekend working in an environment that feels like home, courtesy of Shell’s Loft. You’ll be able to check your email on comfy couches, build real + lasting relationships with the women around you, and learn from #DopeWomenDoingThings in their careers. Visit to grab your day or weekend pass today and tell ’em Renae sent you!

As a New York City storyteller, filmmaker, digital content creator, and PR strategist, Renae Bluitt created "In Her Shoes" to empower and enlighten women committed to realizing their dreams.

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