remember to do quality work, and drive away from every property as if 100 people are watching you. Your work is your best business card, as it is proof of what kind of service you provide, quality, or not. Either way, the word will spread.
Things I learned the hard way, but glad I went through and learned, as now I will never forget them...
1) drive time is wasted time, so try to keep tight route
2) if you buy cheap equipment, that's what you are getting, cheap equipment. try to buy the best you can afford to do the job right
3) always invest back into the company. if you don't think it is worth investing in, then you do not think it is worht having the business, period.
Good luck out there!
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