WeWork's Co-Founder Sets Example by Ditching the Phone at Home

by Parent Co. June 23, 2016

“I put the phone on the counter and I try not to look at it for as long as possible,” the architect and WeWork co-founder and chief creative officer tells Entrepreneur. “By doing that, I feel more engaged with my family, I feel more engaged with my son when I’m playing with him … and that becomes a real meditation, almost because it’s a real departure from the day to day.” 'If you're not fully doing something, then you're probably not doing it well,' Miguel McKelvey says. Parenting included.
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