A minimalist approach to entrepreneurship and everyday living is the answer to those pursuing their passions while juggling life’s challenges. Simplicity allows for freedom and reduced distractions and in this video we explore how you can apply minimalism to starting your brand and business. Get your Free Blueprint To Starting A Clothing Line: http://bit.ly/Clothing-Line-Blueprint
Taking a minimalistic approach to entrepreneurship is not always easy. But applying it to your business and everyday life will allow you to do more with less. It’s not about having the biggest budget, on the contrary it means starting with a very limited budget (bootstrap) and testing your idea before investing your life savings into it. This also means reducing outside distractions so you can start from wherever you are.
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