At Tracking Wonder, we’ve baked collaboration into much of what we’ve created.
Our free international community of entrepreneurs and creatives fosters alliances, partnerships, and networking.
I’ve collaborated with other brands to produce events. I’ve built Tracking Wonder’s own team around true collaboration. I’ve facilitated business artist meetups around the world based on the idea of collaboration.
And I’ve helped business leaders, entrepreneurs, and creatives finesse how to develop effective collaborations.
Collaboration – be it through conversation, community, or working with another person – can be electric, offering a powerful stimulant for your creative brain.
Conversely, there will be times when collaboration is a drain, and what you need most is solitude.
The careful balancing act between collaboration and solitude looks differently for different people but there are a few universal principles to help you decide when to collaborate, and when it is you might want to sit alone with your thoughts.
And there is one surprisingly simple, yet vital, ingredient that’s needed in order to make either collaboration or solitude effective.