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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Landscraper1, Apr 2, 2010.
X3, totally agree!
So again I will point out ...... success is subjective. You are not the only yardstick Jim. Further, what does throwing around gross earnings and equipment lists have anything to do with experience and knowledge?
I'll save you the trouble and answer that question ..... NOTHING!
No amount of money will make your posts, "knowledge" and opinions worth more.
Yup .... you can't put a price on accurate and actionable information backed by experience.
Right. And what exactly is your experience in Kiril? Because as far back as I can remember you've never posted any examples of your work or anything at all about your company, what you do, where you do it, or anything at all to tell us that you really have experience in this industry.
i tryed to pm you but its blocked?
A large Gross earning and equipment list DO have something to do with Knowledge and experience, If you are making $ and buying equipment you must be doing something write. Growing a business is what most people want to do and they want to hear from others that are successful. Sadly There is not much to learn here because people like you come on here and act like a$$ hole to people like Mr Jim Lewis who are all ways trying to help others.
I agree, its nice to have Jim here and I love to read his posts.
I don't think anyone would argue with your extensive typing experience.
fantastic post. Learning the tangible part of lawncare is the easy part. Opening one's self to unfamiliar perspectives is the challenge.
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