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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by rookie03, Oct 11, 2004.
What's the best landscape or lawn care book out there for those starting a new business?
Best book in general about business and money is "Rich Dad, Poor Dad"
Dont forget "how to win friends and influence people". It may not be lawn care specific, but it will advance your closing's tremendously. JMO though.
There's a lot of books you'll wan to check out. Go to the libray and start reading over the winter. Lots of business books first and then get into the turf and horticulture books. Look for used textbooks from colleges that have good turf programs like Purdue, Texas A&M and so forth. Your local extension service should have some good titles available too.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
One good suggestion for the library Benjamin Grahams The Intelligent Investor. Book that inspired Warren Buffet.
The E-Myth Revisited....................while I don't agree wholeheartedly with the author, it sure was an eye opener for our business - or rather, the job we created for ourselves.............
I think Bobby should pen a book, maybe "Mow Softly and Carry a Big Shovel"
That's weird. There were no responses up when I wrote mine, even though it says they were writte, quite a ways ahead of time of mine. I thought it was funny that someone else said "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", also.