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How To Not Short-Circuit Your Lawn Mowing Business

There are obstacles to generating wealth with a lawn mowing business that can short-circuit your success.

One big obstacle you may face are incompetent people. You know what I mean? They can't seem to carry out ordinary tasks or responsibilities. Some of them are lazy or uncreative. While others are just plain "dumb" or so they come across as such.

Dealing with these sorts of people is terribly draining to the lawn business owner and all to common in the industry. These people can be your friends, employees, vendors, or someone else.

Another obstacle quite similar to the first one are "time wasters". These are people who waste or abuse your time. Often you leave spending time with them drained and having accomplished next to nothing.

Another obstacle are people who drain or divert your mental energy. You know those people who having nothing good to say. The "you're never going to make it" type of person. They can also be whiners or complainers. Again, these people can be your friends, employees, vendors or someone else.

All of them must go. As soon as you identify them do what you must to rid them from your lawn mowing business, your life, and distance yourself from them. Start a "zero-tolerance" policy right now and enforce it. Not going through with this will always cost you more than whatever temporary trouble and disruption occurs from you making changes in your friends, your employees, vendors, or others around you and your lawn business.

Think of your success as electric current. One disruptive person laying a finger on it anywhere along the line shuts down the entire flow of success.

Yes, I practice what I preach. I do my best to operate in such a way with my lawn business and my life. I will not tolerate interference with the electric current of success.

The majority of lawn care business owners tolerate others which causes them undue stress. And yet most continue on carrying out the same mistake without realizing how costly such tolerance is. It is very, very costly.

Do what you must to keep your electrical current of success flowing in your lawn mowing business and your life.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous koler3 said...

who doesnt know someone like this? i need to axe some peeps outta my life too!@

December 28, 2007  

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