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As the dance cardio dynamo turns her fitness studio into a lifestyle brand, she shares her start-up advice and to-do list strategies.
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He also recommends treating your email inbox like a barbell.
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With five stores (and counting), it certainly worked for the "active fashion" entrepreneur.
It starts and ends with a legal pad (and lots of superfoods).
"When we first met with Gwyneth, she literally gave us her favorite conventional products as a benchmark and said we would have to match or beat them."
Step one: Surround yourself with a world-class team.
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