On his trip to the Cape Breton Partnerships' Investors summit. Andrew had a few things to say about taking that time to carve out space in your calendar and work on your business.
For Andrew, this means take the time to pull over in the car and offer some insight in a vlog. For you, this may be taking 2 hours out of your week and work on that business model you've been thinking on, or figuring out the release of your new product or service .
Whatever it is, it's about taking the time to do it.
Listen to what our founder Andrew Button, had to say here:
When you carve out that time and allow yourself the opportunity to focus in, and work at what it is that you're trying to achieve. That space you allocate to that idea allows the idea to evolve and you can realize the actionable steps you need to take moving forward.
At Mashup Lab, our #DreamBusiness program sets out two and a half hours every week where we, as a group of entrepreneurs, take the time to figure out what steps it is that you need to take your business to the next level.
If you're interested in applying to our #DreamBusiness program click the link down below and set that time in your calendar to work on that business idea you've had in your head:
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