• Start A Lawn Mowing Business As A Teenager

    Start A Lawn Mowing Business As A Teenager

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    Some people wait until their midlife crisis to start a business, but if you’re a teenager can you think of a single good reason to wait? As long as you’re fulfilling your scholarly obligations and doing your chores at home, you can sacrifice some of your free time to start a mowing business which will not only help pay for discretionary purchases but will...
  • Start A Mowing Business On The Side Without Money

    Start A Mowing Business On The Side Without Money

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    Imagine if you could start a real business without a single dollar to your name. Can it be done? As far as traditional trades and service businesses are concerned, a mowing business is one of the closest options you’re ever going to get to that dream. I would argue it’s almost possible to start the business with a balance of $0 if it weren’t for things...
  • How To Start A Lawn Mowing Business

    How To Start A Lawn Mowing Business

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    Have you ever wondered if there’s more to life than grinding away at your boss’s dream? One of the options available to you is starting a lawn care business, for which you don’t need any formal training and you can start on the side while you continue to work full or part-time. I won’t lie to you and say it will be easy, because...
  • List Of Tools For A Mowing/Gardening Business

    List Of Tools For A Mowing/Gardening Business

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    Gardening is such a wide topic and humans have used hundreds of tools to varying success throughout history. These days, you can fit everything you need to run a modern gardening business in a ute/van and trailer. In this article is a pretty comprehensive list of the basics you'll eventually need in the truck, but if you’re just starting out you might get a...
  • Whip, Mow, Blow & Go: How To Mow Like A Pro

    Whip, Mow, Blow & Go: How To Mow Like A Pro

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    Let’s face it: mowing lawns can be a chore. Especially if you don’t have a basic skill set that professional operators pick up along the way. It’s the sort of task that can drag out all weekend, but just know that an average Aussie suburban lawn takes 20 minutes for two pros to whippersnip, mow, blow and go. My favourite mower with a Briggs...
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