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How to find the right business side project (and allocate time to it)

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Very helpful! Feb 6, 2016

I came across Magda's course when I was uncertain about which side projects to pursue and how to make time for it. This course made me realize I could create time each day, and be happy while doing it! The course was simple and easy to follow, but the process of making the goals and following through is up to you. But that's where her generous follow-up comes in! She has been very professional guiding me to the resources, and I found her own experience reassuring. I'm still in the process, but I'm certain I'll be happy with the end results! Thank you so much Magda for creating this course! I wholeheartedly recommend it to any colleagues with passion projects, who are parents, and anyone who is struggling to find time for business side projects.


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