The recipe for a happy day at work.
Our recipe for a happy day at work
Number of servings: as many as you’d like
What you need for the batter:
- Mix of “perfect workplace” spices (space, people, atmosphere, authenticity, simplicity, and local and natural spices)
- A handful of friendly faces
- 1 cup of coffee
- ½ cup experience sharing
- 1 bowl sociability
- Energy powder
For the frosting:
- 1L networking juice
- 10 packs of smiles
- 1 tbsp. relax powder
Mix together the coffee (tea works too) with a pinch of the perfect workplace spices, then stir and wait for the coffee to cool down. In the meantime, get comfortable and check that the handful of friendly faces is still warm. Let the scent of the coffee combine with the friendly faces. After a few minutes, you will get a good atmosphere of productivity. Set aside so you can sprinkle regularly on your dish.
Toss three spoonful of productivity with ¼ bowl sociability on one desk or stand-up desk. Set aside until lunch time. Then, whisk the remaining ¾ cup sociability with hunger and experience sharing. Scoop batter onto one of the tables from the café until the whole place gets about 3/4 full.
Then comes the hardest part: if you have some sociability left, set it aside for at least 4 hours. Mix together 1 cup productivity with some energy powder, and soften the mix with water. It takes a bit more time to get the mix right, but there’s a delicate part to every entrepreneur recipe.
To finish your day properly, you can make a frosting by mixing the remaining ingredients with 9 out of the 10 packs of smile and 1 tablespoon relax powder. Gradually add them to the networking juice and gently whip to form a light mousse. The magic of this frosting is that it brings different results each time: you can get some collaboration here, business creation there, or simply create more co-working moments and exchanges.
You can also take the rests of your dish back home with the remaining pack of smiles. It will be consumable until the next day at least.
The more, the better:
For a full quantity, slice your week into seven parts and decide how many you want to pour in. Here the quantity doesn’t alter the taste because the batter is flexible, but the more parts of the week you put in the batter, the quicker it will cook.
How does our recipe taste like?
“The perfect recipe to meet, see and talk to other people!”
“Delicious recipe, especially the hints of friendliness.”
“I particularly like the atmosphere created by the mix of coffee, productivity and friendly faces.”
“The perfect mix of productivity and pleasure, of simple and sophisticated food, of sweet and salty.”