"Shared housing" industry gets a boost!
>Coliving and cohousing, along with other "shared housing" formats, emphasize the benefit of community for their residents.
The Roommate Coach can help the residents make short work of conflicts while maximizing the connections -- and the communities -- that they are forming.
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Less conflict, better connections:
I can show roommates how to get along better, how to have a better chance of keeping and strengthening their connections, and how to keep minor conflicts from turning into full-scale wars. This will make for a better experience for all concerned.
Audience: Anyone with roommate "issues." Others tasked with "keeping the peace," e.g. Resident Advisers on campus.
Encouraging prospective participants:
I can describe the same kinds of concepts and techniques for those who are considering moving into one of the newer shared housing operations, such as one of the co-living operations. The more potential clients realize that there are ways to live with others that can work really well, the more receptive they are likely to be to the concept itself.
Getting the word out:
An important part of my function here at theroommatecoach.com is to provide an ongoing clearinghouse for all kinds of information regarding the various shared housing formats.Read More!
One possibility is a "They are doing it right!" directory -- which would include testimonials, video, etc. from residents that are really enjoying the connections they have formed; it could also include ways that positive interactions are encouraged.
Build it and they will come -- maybe.
When they graduate and start looking for work, not only will they be better equipped to make the most of living with others, they can also have some up-to-date information about some of the housing options in their destination.Read More! | Contact Me
Possible future plans for this site include a directory of "shared housing" options by area, with emphasis on procedures in place to minimize roommate conflict while maximizing the social, networking, and community benefits.
You've matched them up. Now let's keep them enjoying each other!
When they graduate and start looking for work, not only will they be better equipped to make the most of living with others, they can also have some up-to-date information about some of the housing options in their destination.