Welcome to Wednesday. Tara’s taking over.

When you’re running your own business, life is a constant hustle. Calls to be made, apps to be built, emails to be sent…the to-do list is never-ending!

It’s easy to get caught up in all that and never take a moment for YOURSELF. But here’s the thing: the whole point of the hustle is so that you can live the life you want!

That’s it.

That’s why I think that everyone should have a hustle. AND why I built a company that teaches others how to get their hustle off the ground and build their own apps.

We’re doing a workshop tomorrow at 8PM Eastern called “How to Launch Your Startup”. 
Check us out.

– Tara Reed, CEO of Apps Without Code

Don’t get so caught up in the day-to-day that you can’t stop to enjoy everything around you. Stay motivated, but remember to treat yourself once in a while!

This newsletter is sponsored by Capital One.


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