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The law of the vital few says that 80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts, the question is: where are you spending your time?
After spending 15 years hustling my way up the corporate ladder I developed a work style based on busy work – which I brought into my business. In this first official episode of Hint of Hustle, I’ll share with you the real story of how I ditched overwhelm and intentionally designed a business that fits my life, not over runs it. You’ll learn why hustle is absolutely necessary in season.
- The first business model I chose and why I quickly ditched it
- The #1 thing I did right early on in my business
- How tension and rest work together to create bigger results
- The shift I made to eliminate guilt around time off
- What you can expect each week moving forward 🙂
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