By k | August 30, 2016 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

When I worked in
new business development
for some major companies,
I put in 70 hour weeks.

But that’s nothing compared
to the hours
I invest
in my own business.

In September/October’s
The Costco Connection,
Roy Stevenson-Roy,
Co-Founder of Sweet Lollapalooza,
shares

“If you’ve got a great idea
and want to turn it
into a business,
you have to be prepared
to roll up your sleeves,
because there’s not
too many overnight successes
out there.”

Building a business takes hard work
but the rewards,
the pleasure we gain from this
often makes it worth the investment.

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