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There's No Profits With a Grass Cutting Business Until You Do Something

Get Moving!

You can start or grow your grass cutting business anytime you want but here's the catch --- you have to start.

You'll find that you won't accomplish anything if you wait for all
the possible objections to be overcome.

Really.

Knocking on that first door or making that first phone call. Mowing
the first lawn or putting that ad in the paper. People get scared and that fear paralyzes them from doing anything at all.

Do yourself a favor, don't let fear tell you how to live. Whatever it is that you must do, do it afraid if you must, but get moving.

Don't wait for things to change. Don't wait until you feel something. Don't wait until you have more money. Don't wait until you have more time, until you are less tired, until you settle down, until school is finished, until, until, until. Don't wait for a major event in your life to occur before you begin to work on your grass cutting business.


Start Today


Start where you are today. Begin right where you're at as you read this. The minutes you are wasting now, dreaming of some success, is crowded with tremendous possibilities right here, right now.

Even if it's snowing or raining as you read this, or it's the off season from the lawn services you carry out, you can still do a lot of preparation before the season comes around again and kicks into high gear.

When you take the first step, no matter if it's a big step or a small one like straightening your attitude out, your mind will mobilize all its forces to help you.

Once you have started, all that is within you and unknown forces around you will come to your assistance setting momentum in motion.

The only way to start down the road to lawn business success is to move your feet, one step at a time in the direction you want to go.

Any Day You Want


Any day you want you can discipline yourself to change it all. Your future is right in the palm of our own hand. Any day you want you can start on the path to a bigger, better, and much more profitable grass cutting business.

Copyright Student Lawn Corporation 2007. All rights reserved.

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7 Comments:

Anonymous Norm Parsons said...

Thanks for the motivation. I tend to be lazy when it comes to stepping out.

February 25, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every 'no' you get means you are one step closer to a 'yes'.

February 25, 2007  
Anonymous sam said...

darn! you just convicted me!

February 25, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks

February 27, 2007  
Anonymous jackielou3 said...

i am also starting at a young age. i like this post. it is motivating to say the least.

March 15, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice

April 30, 2007  
Anonymous shyguy said...

Hello. I liked this article very much.

November 19, 2007  

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