MINISODE // Scheduling White Space

Scheduling white space is so important as a creative entrepreneur. In today’s minisode, we’re talking about how we schedule white space, what we do with that white space, and how it can help you enjoy and grow your business.

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Having white space open to do whatever I want to do gave me back my enjoyment of life and work. Click To Tweet You need white space to be creative and productive in the work time. Click To Tweet White space means I'm working on what I need to work on and someone else is not dictating it. Click To Tweet Carving out white space is a marker of leveling up. Click To Tweet

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