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Girls That Startup: Things You Wish Someone Told You in Your First Year of Business

Season 7, Ep. 36
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Welcome back to Girls That Startup, a weekly series where we spill the tea on how to create a seven-figure side hustle - because no one saves their way to wealth. Youโ€™re joined by Sim, a seven-figure business owner, and Maia, an entrepreneur in the making.


This week, Sim and Maia reflect and discuss Simโ€™s early business journey with Girls That Invest, highlighting key lessons learned along the way. They discussed common mistakes like focusing too much on non-essential tasks and feeling shy about self-promotion. Ultimately, they emphasised the importance of prioritising impactful tasks, embracing confidence, and not letting fear hold you back when starting your own business.


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