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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Lizard Lawn Care, Jun 19, 2006.
Am I the only one here that questions every day if I am in the right business?????
No, I have been doing that for many years myself. Now we are in drought too
I do it atleast twice a week...I have come to no definite conclusion. It's a yes and No answer. For now I can only make the best of it b/c every aspect of my life is based around my business...In the next few years I will be working my way away from a sole dependancy upon the lawn business.
I don't know how old you guys all are, but what else could you do well in or make a living for that matter as easily as you can in this business?
something's wrong IMO if you don't.
Everyday for 25 years , but when I think about working for somebody else, like my brothers did on the line at GM for 30 years, those thoughts soon disappear lol.Landcsaping has been, and is a rewarding career move,I have no regrets, having made the decision to pursue.
I'm with Howie on this one. Most every day i'm out working, it crosses my mind what a great gig this is. To be working for myself, doing work that's so easy, requires no college degree, and yet pays $50+ hourly. Almost seems too good to be true. Oh yea, the best part, 3 month-long vacations over the winter!
Winter? Ya that is the great American Vacation time of the year
Hourly gross profit is not all that important. Annual Net profit is the most important part of a business
Three month vacations?
When do these occur?
it crosses my mind when i get a real pita for a customer and then i think of all the good parts of working for myself $$$$$$$