I WILL take the full time plunge this spring!

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by mrusk, Nov 21, 2004.

  1. mrusk

    mrusk LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,260

    After much deliberationg i have decided i must quit my full time job (with another landscape company) and go on my own in the spring. I realize if if want to succede in this business i have to put 100% of my time into my business. No other percentage besides 100% is good enough.

    I am 18 and have nothing to loose. I live at home with no rent and parents that support me 100%. That makes the choice easier. The only hard part is if i stayed working with the company i am with now i'd be up to 20 and hour. However i figure that is nothing compared to what i could be making. Currently I have 5 lawns that gross me 250 a week. I also already have 15000 grand worth of hardscape/landscape jobs on my own under my belt.

    I am going to run ads all season long in both of the small newspapers in my town. I am also going to order 5000 door hangers and will make sure i get them ALL out. I am CONFIDENT i can make this work. Wish me luck.

  2. Green Care

    Green Care LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 530

    Good luck there you seem to have your mind made.
  3. Envy Lawn Service

    Envy Lawn Service LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,087

    Good luck! You have picked the best time of your life to take the risk. Plus this happens to be the best time of the year to get a start on getting things lined up for the coming season. I will start my preparation pretty soon myself... if current obligations will ever end for this season that is....
  4. tinman

    tinman LawnSite Bronze Member
    from ga
    Messages: 1,346

    Good luck,,,,no better time than at 18. Low risk, no mortgage, no family to support yet. So you can invest alot of time & energy into it. Wish I had stated sooner.
  5. twwlawn

    twwlawn LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 283

    It sounds like you have a good plan in place to get your business going. I wish you the best of luck to be successful.

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