Why I work 7 days a week as a Startup Founder

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My friends say I’m crazy. They may be right.

Working every day on your startup is necessary to make it big.

Many people will tell you that this type of schedule isn’t healthy.

The key is finding out what works for you and sticking with it until your company takes off.

How to find balance with 7 day work weeks

When you’re working on your startup, it’s important that you not get distracted by other things in your life.

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Founder of Cudy Technologies (www.cudy.co), a full-stack EdTech startup helping teachers and students teach and learn better. I am also a mentor and investor.

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Alexander Lim

Alexander Lim

Founder of Cudy Technologies (www.cudy.co), a full-stack EdTech startup helping teachers and students teach and learn better. I am also a mentor and investor.

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