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Steve
09-15-2009, 08:50 PM
Here is a sneak preview of my latest book. I hope this helps fill the void for those of you who find yourselves in a very unhappy job situation and are looking to get out and start your own business.

Title: What the hell are you doing with your life? (https://www.createspace.com/3400417)

Synopsis: A depressed office worker's life had become a speeding train to no where until he found happiness with a start up lawn care business.

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The nightly panic attacks would awaken him like clockwork. He tried to medicate himself, but his depression only deepened. At his wits end, he reached out to talk to the only person who seemed to really enjoy what he did. The lawn care business owner who maintained his office complex, Mr. Happy Cutz. The talk would change his life forever. If you are ready, it will change yours too.

Saddlewood
09-15-2009, 10:03 PM
Looks like a good one Steve! Thinking this might be a good one for me to read. Let us know when it's available. As a side note, I think this may be a book I "need"...

Steve
09-15-2009, 10:18 PM
Thank you, I really wanted to write an inspirational book on how one person overcame all his fears because fear is such a huge component in what we all choose to do with our lives.

It's available for purchase now at the link above and will be available on amazon shortly.

As a side note, I think this may be a book I "need"...

What's your view on that? Could you tell me more?

Saddlewood
09-17-2009, 01:03 PM
The "need" part comes in to the seeing another perspective on how others might get past some of the challenges that I know I'm going through at this point. Lawn care is a secondary job for me, but I find myself thinking about ways to grow the business ALL THE TIME! Thinking about next year, building the staff, ways to get more customers (commercial and residential), etc... Lawn care is something I truly enjoy and have fun at! I'm thinking maybe by reading your book, much like I get on this forum, it will give me just another persepetive on how to look at different situations, see additional opportunities, and/ or find suggestions or solutions that may help with my specific situation (whatever it is at that point in time).

Hopefully that gives a little insight to my comment earlier.

Steve
09-18-2009, 03:30 PM
The "need" part comes in to the seeing another perspective on how others might get past some of the challenges that I know I'm going through at this point.

What do you feel are some of the toughest challenges when going from running your lawn care business p/t to f/t?