CAVEDAY IS ON A MISSION TO
IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP TO WORK
No one ever taught us how to work.
We need to learn new habits.
To take breaks that energize and refresh us.
To set bigger goals with more clarity.
To focus with more intensity.
We need to find a cave to shut out the world, do the work, and emerge new.
A HOLISTIC LIFE
WHEN OUR RELATIONSHIP TO WORK IS HEALTHY, OUR OTHER RELATIONSHIPS ARE AS WELL
WE CAN TRAIN OURSELVES TO BUILD UP FOCUS ENDURANCE
SOLIDIFY YOUR PROCESS
RESIST RESISTANCE, OVERCOME BLOCKS AND AVOID STICKIES PREVENTING YOUR PROGRESS
Contact us to bring Caveday to your city!
Cal Newport, Author of "Deep work"
“Deep work is so important that we might consider it...
'the superpower of the 21st century'.”
PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
Since our founding, we have developed meaningful relationships to support us in our mission of improving the way work gets done.
We're always looking to begin new relationships with brands, spaces, and organizations who share our mission.
ABOUT THE COFOUNDERS
The three cofounders met through mysterious happenstance on a rooftop in Brooklyn in 2016. They are all creative multi-preneurs with side projects and a passion for helping people do better work. Caveday was born in November of 2016 and the first ever event took place January 2017 in New York City and sold out.
Jake is a creative director and multimedia artist who spent the first decade of his career making ad campaigns you probably remember. His latest projects include BettVR with Age a virtual reality film series created for senior citizens and 45Villains, a watercolor series of Trump as famous villains which you can see on his instagram. He's proud to have his work in the permanent collection at both MoMA and his parents' fridge.
Jeremy is an Emmy Award winning artist. Through juggling projects and collecting hyphens, he's learned how to get stuff done when nobody's watching. He tells stories and creates experiences that induce connection and challenge people to embrace their weirdness. Recent projects include: the feature film 3rd Street Blackout, the job portal Odd Job Nation, The Talk Shop and The Mystery Dinner.
Molly's work is focused on play. Her company, Madcap Factory, has created games and experiences for hundreds of people and companies to play more in order to bring more meaning into their everyday lives. She is a seasoned event producer, having spent years building and growing a morning dance party event series and freelances a producer all over the world.
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"Caveday is here to help work through your procrastination."
"Treat yourself and to prioritize YOU and get your work done."
"How I learned to actually get sh*t done."
"Move over WeWork."
"Actually get stuff done."
Check that pesky project off your list. Git 'er done.
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JAKE KNAPP, GOOGLE VENTURES AUTHOR OF "SPRINT"
"Caveday... Seriously this is super cool."