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Explore key takeaways from Michael Gerber's E-Myth and how to apply them for exponential growth in your lawn care business Register for Lawn Care Life Conference: Register Here Register for EQUIP EXPO: Register Here Register for HUGE Convention: Register Here Check out all of Paul's resources: GreenIndustryPodcast.com Shop for all of Paul Jamison's books: Get Paul's Books Here Grab your copy of Paul's brand new book: Get Your Copy Learn more about Audible: Explore Now Support our sponsors: Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com Ferris Mowers
DEADLOCK: A Pro Wrestling Podcast
In 1996 Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall formed the New World Order. On this episode of WCW Nitro the nWo show up and cause chaos in the back of Disney MGM where the show is being taped. Scott Hall and Kevin Nash show up with baseball bats and take out the American Males. On top of that, they throw Rey Mysterio into a production trailer like a lawn dart. This stops the show for some time as they try to recover and get medical attention for the hurt wrestlers. The show is disrupted and they have to change the scheduled matches. In the main event it's the WCW World Heavyweight Champion The Giant against Greg “The Hammer'' Valentine. Also, we get the first iconic nWo black and white promo. Plus the boys talk about the Top 5 Top Lists.⦁ Deadlock Discord: https://discord.gg/E4BvR4W⦁ Deadlock Shop: https://shop.deadlockpw.com⦁ Deadlock Patreon: https://patreon.com/deadlockpw⦁ Deadlock Twitter: https://twitter.com/deadlockpw⦁ Deadlock Instagram: https://instagram.com/deadlockwrestling⦁ Deadlock Reddit: https://reddit.com/r/deadlockpw⦁ Deadlock Pro Wrestling: http://deadlockpro.com
Halford & Brough in the Morning
In hour two, Mike & Jason talk NBA playoffs w/ Bleacher Report & Forbes Sports' Bryan Toporek, plus it's Ask Us Anything Friday! This podcast is produced by Andy Cole and Greg Balloch. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
This has been a common debate over the years. Here's my thoughts on this subject... Thanks for Listening! Toro Grandstand Multi Force Attachments More episode links below... https://linktr.ee/lawncarerookie Podcast Merch https://teespring.com/stores/lcr-6 *THANKS to our Podcast Sponsor the Toro Company!
Join host Paul Jamison as he explores Rabbi Daniel Lapin's 'Thou Shall Prosper,' offering a fresh perspective on money, relationships, and community service as they apply to lawn care and landscaping businesses. Register for Lawn Care Life Conference: Register Here Register for EQUIP EXPO: Register Here Register for HUGE Convention: Register Here Check out all of Paul's resources: GreenIndustryPodcast.com Shop for all of Paul Jamison's books: Get Paul's Books Here Grab your copy of Paul's brand new book: Get Your Copy Learn more about Audible: Explore Now Support our sponsors: Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com Ferris Mowers
In this episode, we explore the art of not biting off more than you can chew as a small business owner in the lawn care and landscaping industry. Discover actionable tips on setting realistic expectations, optimizing delegation, managing your finances effectively, and maintaining a healthy work-life balance for long-term success. Register for Lawn Care Life Conference: Register Here Register for EQUIP EXPO: Register Here Register for HUGE Convention: Register Here Check out all of Paul's resources: GreenIndustryPodcast.com Shop for all of Paul Jamison's books: Get Paul's Books Here Grab your copy of Paul's brand new book: Get Your Copy Learn more about Audible: Explore Now Support our sponsors: Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com Ferris Mowers
Join us as we preview the 2024 Lawn Care Life Conference, a packed event offering dynamic speakers, industry connections, exciting giveaways, and a family-style atmosphere, all set to supercharge your lawn care business. Register for Lawn Care Life Conference: Register Here Register for EQUIP EXPO: Register Here Register for HUGE Convention: Register Here Check out all of Paul's resources: GreenIndustryPodcast.com Shop for all of Paul Jamison's books: Get Paul's Books Here Grab your copy of Paul's brand new book: Get Your Copy Learn more about Audible: Explore Now Support our sponsors: Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com Ferris Mowers
In this episode I discuss how implementing service policies in my lawn care business has helped me define and shape my business to best serve me and my clients. Want to send me a question, comment or feedback? Leave me a voicemail and it may be featured on an upcoming show. SEND ME A VOICEMAIL Check out my new 3D printed String Trimmer Spare String Holders lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/shop Check out the Lawn Care Business Success Academy for downloadable products, courses, and one on one calls. instagram.com/lawncarebusinesssuccess follow Lawn Care Business Success on instagram YouTube.com/lawncarebusinesssuccess subscribe to Lawn Care Business Success on YouTube Check out recommended products on my Amazon affiliate store https://www.amazon.com/shop/lawncarebusinesssuccess Special thanks to the podcast sponsors below who help make this podcast possible! Check out Exmark Manufacturing, the number one brand of commercial lawn equipment! exmark.com Enjoy great discounts with some of our affiliate discount codes below! Use coupon code JULIO to get 50% OFF Equip Expo 2023 Show Passes! Use coupon code LCBS10 to get 10% off your order of Kujo Yard Wear lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/kujo Use coupon code LCBS10 to get 10% off your order of Equipment Defender lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/equipmentdefender Use coupon code LCBS10 to get 10% off your order of ISO Tunes audio bluetooth hearing protection lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/isotunes
The Untrapped Podcast With Keith Kalfas
Welcome to this episode of Untrapped Podcast! In this insightful discussion, we delve into the world of landscaping and business success with Thomas O'Halloran, an experienced entrepreneur who knows the importance of separating emotions from the business realm. As Thomas shares his journey, he emphasizes the significance of putting our hearts, souls, and hard work into our ventures while maintaining an objective mindset. Throughout the conversation, we explore various topics, including Thomas's beginnings in landscaping, the power of personal interactions, the value of building credit, and the differences between residential and commercial contracts. Additionally, we uncover the benefits of seasonal contracts versus per-push contracts, dive into the transformative seven-figure landscaper program, and highlight the significance of being hands-on in one's business. Furthermore, this episode enlightens us on the importance of maintaining a hyper-specific list and implementing effective local market domination strategies for business marketing. Join us as we uncover these key insights and take away valuable lessons from Thomas O'Halloran's wealth of experience in the landscaping industry. "Whatever you do try to keep the emotion out of business and that's really hard when you build something because we put our hearts and our souls and our literal sweat, blood, and tears right into this stuff. There's no way, we as human beings, we cannot change anybody's mind we can persuade in one way or the other" - Thomas O'Halloran Topics Covered: How Thomas got started in landscaping. The power of meeting people face-to-face in person. Building personal credit and business credit. Residential vs commercial contracts. The benefits of seasonal contracts vs per-push contracts. The seven-figure landscaper program. The importance of being in the field in your business. The importance of having a hyper-specific list. Local market domination strategy and business marketing blueprint. Key Takeaways "So work your way up, man. That's definitely how to do it. But to remind you how to get there, how I got there. Man, just focus, you got to focus. You can think about a million other things to do in your business, but only nothing is worth it unless you can sell something. Make sure you focus on the sale. Like in my other company, I say success starts with the sale. I don't care if you've got the brand new, more the brand new piece of equipment. If you can't sell the frickin job, it's not worth it. Focus on the sale, learn your bidding, and do it right the first time and then focus on the fancy thing, right?" - Thomas "When you have the right people, things go a lot smoother. Like, with my crew, we have all the quotes and everything communicated on Jobber. And it's hyper-specific, exactly what needs to be done, and the line items are very detailed. And then if it's a job that it's more than just maintenance, and it requires digging, planting, transplanting, building rocks, whatever it is, I will just meet with the guys there in the morning, you know, do a very detailed property walk. And they also on their phones, they get a detailed list and I'll go down the list with them. " - Keith Connect with Thomas Website: https://www.tcolandscapesec.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-o-halloran-59683b123Landscaping Course: https://sixfigurelandscaper.com/bidding_system Connect with Keith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithkalfas/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelandscapingemployeetrap Website: https://www.keithkalfas.com/resources Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@keith-kalfas Resources and Websites:
Today we are joined by Scott of Infinity Lawn and Landscaping (@InfinityLawnandLandscaping) for another episode in the #IAmaHardscaper Series. Sponsors: GPS Trackit or call 866-693-1291 Cycle CPA How to Hardscape Headquarters --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/howtohardscape/message
This week, Chad finds out his cousin is the Boner King and Cy goes to the botanical gardens. Also... head on over to our YouTube page for a fun surprise! This episode of Middle of Somewhere is brought to you by BetterHelp! --- Follow us on Instagram & Twitter! Chad Daniels (@ThatChadDaniels) is a Dad, Comedian, and pancake lover. With over 750 million streams of his 5 albums to date, his audio plays are in the 99th percentile in comedy and music on Pandora alone, averaging over 1MM per week. Chad's previous album, Footprints on the Moon was the most streamed comedy album of 2017, and he has 6 late-night appearances and a Comedy Central Half Hour under his belt. Cy Amundson (@CyAmundson) With appearances on Conan, Adam Devine's House Party, and Comedy Central's This is Not Happening, Cy Amundson is fast-proving himself in the world of standup comedy. After cutting his teeth at Acme Comedy Company in Minneapolis, has since appeared on Family Guy and American Dad and as a host on ESPN's SportsCenter on Snapchat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Let's lighten things up and focus on the garden. Michael welcomes George Ball, chairman and CEO of W. Atlee Burpee Company. Original air date 10 May 2023.
The Untrapped Podcast With Keith Kalfas
How do we DIY our way into having a healthier lawn and, at the same time, impress our landscaping clients with our A++ ways? We all want a healthier lawn, be that for our own land or our clients'. However, more often than not, we tend to skip the basics, so we end up with burnout, either internally or within the business. But what if we tell you that even just by enjoying the “mow-ment,” you can strengthen both your lawn and yourself, thus leading both to better health? Whether you want to do it because you want to dominate your neighbors or you want everybody to go, “Dang, this dude's got his lawn dialed,” there's no doubt that this episode is perfect for you! Allyn Hane started his first lawn business in 1987 at the age of 14 with a bright orange Sears push mower. Fast forward to 1998, he started working for the world's largest lawn service, TruGreen, where he got the knowledge that he transcribes into videos and articles, adding his own opinions and spin. He stands proud and tall on his philosophy that organic lawns look better and resist problems better for the long haul; to him, it's just a smarter choice. Tune into this episode to discover his tips on how to impress your clients and have a healthier lawn! “Get out and learn your land; that's really the most important thing. There are certain things you'll learn over time, but it starts just by getting out and measuring your lawn. So, get out, walk that lawn, learn your land, and pay attention when you're doing it.” – Allyn Hane. Topics Covered 01:03 – “Over the years, I've noticed that there are a lot of lawn professionals that are in the audience…so I appreciate you having me on. I love being in front of this audience of lawn professionals and, hopefully, bring value today.” Keith welcomes today's awesome guest, Allyn Hane of The Lawn Care Nut. 03:44 – “For people that do a lot of fitness, you know your body, you know how far you can push it, you know when you're going to get an injury; you just learn your body over time. And that's really the same with your lawn—you learn it over time—and that's really how you can be successful.” Tip #1: Get out and learn your land. Here, Allyn discusses the importance of knowing your land as he shares simple things you can do to improve the lawn. 06:40 – “That's what mowing is; it's going to really strengthen the lawn. And that's actually true. The more you mow, the healthier your lawn is.” Tip #2: Learn to love the mow. Enjoy the “mow-ment.” Here, Allyn talks about reframing lawn care both as a time for personal development and a workout, explaining how mowing is like cardio that can give you immediate gratification, an endorphin rush, and a healthier lawn 10:41 – “As a DIY-er, I only have my own lawn below, I'm only taking care of one property, I know it like the back of my hand, I can take care of the bug. This is the thing about being a DIY-er; this is the advantage that I see.” Allyn highlights the advantages of being a DIY-er as he talks about lawn leveling and the importance of having patience. 14:19 – “I'm just safer by design because I put less chemicals down, and I only put it where it's needed.” What can you do to deal with a pest (e.g., weed) problem when you have a dog, making sure that the chemicals aren't going to make your pet sick? 20:23 – “Fertilizer doesn't burn the lawn unless you spill it.” Tip #3: Don't be afraid to throw down. Here, Allyn enlightens you on the benefits of putting fertilizer on your lawn as he discusses the need to be licensed if you want to get into spraying -cides. He also encourages people who are just starting out to try working for TruGreen for a couple of years. 27:55 – “So many people, they want to put a miracle application on the law that's going to take care of everything, and I get it—that's how our world operates; we want immediate results. But lawn care is different, and this is why it's good therapy for people.” Tip #4: Don't expect immediate results. Here, Allyn shares why lawn care is a good therapy for people while also explaining why it's a must that you learn and start with the basics. 32:01 – “Go get that real training somewhere that is doing what you want to do, whether you like the way they do it or not. If they're the biggest, if they're the leader, go learn from them. There's a lot of positives there, too, that you can do while you're learning.” Keith and Allyn reading and answering comments. 39:25 – “The first time you see a brown spot in your lawn, the first rule of thumb is to just dig; just see what you'll find.” Allyn shares tales from the trenches of his TruGreen years as far as crazy customers, educating you on what to do with brown spots. Keith and Allyn continue to read comments afterward 44:08 – “If that fertilizer were to be blown off of your lawn from a thunderstorm in the summer and go down into the rivers and then out into the gulf, it could create what is called red tide.” Allyn talks about lightning's beneficial help to your lawn. He also talks about phosphorus runoff and algal blooms such as red tide and how it's usually formed. (Sign up for Allyn's email list for the best content) 47:21 – “There's a theory that female dogs are worse because they are lower to the ground, and they actually cause more damage.” Allyn explains how dog pee and/or poop can cause brown spots to appear on your lawn. Keith also talks about the most professional way to deny a client service due to personal capacity before proceeding to read and answer comments again. Key Takeaways “For people that do a lot of fitness, you know your body, you know how far you can push it, you know when you're going to get an injury; you just learn your body over time. And that's really the same with your lawn—you learn it over time—and that's really how you can be successful.” “Mowing is like cardio. The more cardio you do, the healthier your heart is. It just makes you have more stamina. You're able to do things that you weren't able to do before when you have good cardio. That's what mowing is; it's going to really strengthen the lawn. And that's actually true. The more you mow, the healthier your lawn is.” “These little things that you do are what are going to make the biggest difference.” “We want to fertilize the lawn to make it thicker because a thicker lawn is the best defense against weeds.” “Go get that real training somewhere that is doing what you want to do, whether you like the way they do it or not. If they're the biggest, if they're the leader, go learn from them. There's a lot of positives there, too, that you can do while you're learning.” Connect with Allyn Hane, Lawn Care Nut Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allynhane/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@Thelawncarenut Connect with Keith Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelandscapingemployeetrap Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithkalfas/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@keith-kalfas Website: https://www.keithkalfas.com/ Resources/People Mentioned: My Website: Official Site Keith Kalfas My Podcast Page: The UNTRAPPED Podcast Lawn Care Nut: https://thelawncarenut.com/ Yard Care Bootcamp: https://www.yardcarebootcamp.com/ TruGreen: https://www.trugreen.com/ Yard Mastery: https://yardmastery.com/ Jill's Office: https://www.jillsoffice.com/ Jobber: https://getjobber.com/im/ambassador-referral/?gspk=a2VpdGhrYWxmYXM4NTIx&gsxid=Rs6pwtznLDcs
With Notre Dame now free to negotiate its next apparel and shoe contract on the open market, Irish Breakdown discusses how the school could use its next contract to its advantage in the NIL space. Other topics include: *Is New Balance an apparel company Notre Dame should seriously consider? *Thoughts on Irish defensive lineman Alexander Ehrensberger retiring from football to go to medical school. *The NFL's full 2023 schedule has been released. We debate which holiday triple header we like better, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day. *The Royals beat the White Sox on a walk-off squeeze bunt yesterday. Do we Buy or Sell it as more exciting than a walk-off home run? *Thoughts on Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh's affinity for mowing his yard. *Thoughts on a party dilemma involving a busted TV and a sports fan trying to watch his favorite team's playoff game. Shop for Irish Breakdown gear at our online store: https://store.irishbreakdown.com Join the Irish Breakdown premium message board: https://boards.irishbreakdown.com Stay locked into Irish Breakdown for all the latest news and analysis about Notre Dame: https://www.irishbreakdown.com Subscribe to the Irish Breakdown podcast on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Like and follow Irish Breakdown on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/irish... Sign up for the FREE Irish Breakdown daily newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/irish-b.... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Untrapped Podcast With Keith Kalfas
In this episode, we sit down with Naylor Taliaferro, an event creator and community builder who shares his passion for connecting people and bringing them together. Naylor talks about his childhood experiences and how they contributed to his success today. We delve into why live events have exploded for the industry and community, the power of meeting people face-to-face, and the importance of having one powerful conversation. We also discuss why podcasting is the new form of medium and how live streaming became a thing. Tune in to hear Naylor's inspiring story and key takeaways on the importance of creating a nucleus and surrounding yourself with the right people. "I've just been connected. And I don't want to be unconnected, I just want to keep doing whatever I can to keep making more events and more opportunities to connect people and bring people together." - Naylor Taliaferro Topics Covered: Why live events have exploded for the industry and community. The power of meeting people face-to-face in person. The importance of having one powerful conversation. Naylor's childhood experiences and how they contributed to his success today. Why podcasting is the new form of medium. How live streaming became a thing. "When you change the way you see things, the things you see change." Key Takeaways "So I didn't have that nucleus, I didn't have a whole bunch of friends and a dad and you know, your siblings, and you know, all this stuff. So I feel like maybe there was a desire a deep down-rooted need for that, inside me that I didn't even know existed until I connected with this community. And then I was like, holy cow, like something inside me just really connected with this, the community long landscape committee as if they're my friends and family that I didn't know I missed or was in need of. And so now that just makes me passionate to continue to help the family and help our nucleus grow." - Naylor "Just one powerful conversation. You can leave change and implement something different in your business because you got around the right people. And then you can get to the point where you've been three, five years, and you've been in the trenches. And now you find yourself face to face with someone who's just getting started and they're all anxious. And they're like, bro, I'm afraid to leave my job or go full time in my business. Do you like bro, you got this, you got this. And then now you speak life into somebody else. And they leave change. So it's a nucleus, it's getting around." - Keith Connect with Naylor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lawncarerookie/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/naylor-taliaferro-8281845b/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/02puy7vBLJMMjpUlgr18qH?si=94171e04991b4de8&nd=1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lawncarerookie/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@LawnCareRookie Connect with Keith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithkalfas/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelandscapingemployeetrap Website: https://www.keithkalfas.com/resources Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@keith-kalfas Resources and Websites:
Join us for another insightful episode with Dr. Frank Holleman, as he dives into the world of exercise for busy lawn care professionals. Learn how to combine proper nutrition with the right exercise regimen to achieve optimal health and weight loss. Discover Dr. Frank's winning recipe for great health as he shares exercise tips tailored for lawn care entrepreneurs. Holleman Biophysics Equip Expo: Register Now! (Code PAUL Saves 50%) Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Secure Your Spot: Register for Lawn Care Life Conference 2024 The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
Nowhere in the world are lawns as revered as they are in the United States. The picture-perfect patch of grass is so deeply rooted in the American psyche it feels more like a default setting than a choice. Americans spend countless hours every year seeding, watering, mowing, and fertilizing patches of grass that don't make much sense, economically or ecologically. But why? In this episode, we dig into the history of our lawnly love to learn where the concept came from...and how we grew so obsessed. Guests: Cindy Brown, manager of collections, education, and access at Smithsonian Gardens Joyce Connolly, museum specialist at the Smithsonian's Archives of American Gardens Abeer Saha, curator of agriculture and engineering at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History Sylvia Schmeichel, lead horticulturist at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History Jeff Schneider, deputy director of Smithsonian Gardens
Join us as we chat with Dr. Frank Holleman, who shares valuable nutrition advice tailored for busy lawn care business owners. Discover the keys to losing belly fat, understanding the human body, and the importance of what we eat for longevity and health. Learn the foods to embrace and avoid as Dr. Frank guides you to a healthier, more energized life in the lawn care industry. Holleman Biophysics Equip Expo: Register Now! (Code PAUL Saves 50%) Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Secure Your Spot: Register for Lawn Care Life Conference 2024 The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
Excellent journalism has revealed that Jim Harbaugh is very passionate about mowing the grass. We discover this and many more facts about the rich and their lawn.
The Mowtivated Lawncare Show-- Young and Teen Entrepreneurship in Lawncare, Landscaping, and Mowing, Business, entrepreneursh
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In this episode I share some tips for managing heavy lawn growth. Mid April through May can be a huge challenge when you need to mow client lawns, and in particular bag lawn clippings during the lush and seemingly always wet and quick growing spring growth.lawncarebusinesssuccess.com Want to send me a question, comment or feedback? Leave me a voicemail and it may be featured on an upcoming show. SEND ME A VOICEMAIL Check out my new 3D printed String Trimmer Spare String Holders lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/shop Check out the Lawn Care Business Success Academy for downloadable products, courses, and one on one calls. instagram.com/lawncarebusinesssuccess follow Lawn Care Business Success on instagram YouTube.com/lawncarebusinesssuccess subscribe to Lawn Care Business Success on YouTube Check out recommended products on my Amazon affiliate store https://www.amazon.com/shop/lawncarebusinesssuccess Special thanks to the podcast sponsors below who help make this podcast possible! Check out Exmark Manufacturing, the number one brand of commercial lawn equipment! exmark.com Enjoy great discounts with some of our affiliate discount codes below! Use coupon code JULIO to get 50% OFF Equip Expo 2023 Show Passes! Use coupon code LCBS10 to get 10% off your order of Kujo Yard Wear lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/kujo Use coupon code LCBS10 to get 10% off your order of Equipment Defender lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/equipmentdefender Use coupon code LCBS10 to get 10% off your order of ISO Tunes audio bluetooth hearing protection lawncarebusinesssuccess.com/isotunes
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The special fiftieth episode of the TOTS Pod is here and it features a special Gigantic “Get Off My Lawn” section from you the listeners! The boys read them off and pick the grand prize winner for a huge prize pack!! The post TOTS Pod 050: A GET OFF MY LAWN EXTRAVAGANZA!!! appeared first on Shining Wizards Network.
Morgan Smith: Welcome to the Intersect Ed Podcast, where the stories of public education policy and practice meet. I'm your host, Morgan Smith. Today we are talking about Texas teachers, and how much we pay them. Or I should say: how much we don't pay them. What started as a slow drain — as stagnant pay forced teachers out of the classroom during the hardships of COVID, the economic downturn, and inflation — has now accelerated into a crisis. Texas public schools simply can't keep the teachers they need in the classroom. It's hard to overstate the urgency of what's happening. School districts, already operating on skeleton crews, are dropping advanced and elective courses because there are no teachers to teach them. They are combining classes — sometimes even recruiting parents to fill in — because there are no substitute teachers. And the teachers who remain are working second and third jobs just to pay basic household expenses. All of this has led a heartbreaking number of Texas educators to say they are seriously considering leaving the profession. Right now in Austin, lawmakers are deciding how to spend a record-breaking $33 billion surplus, with tens of billions more in estimated growth in revenue over the next two years. And, as the hours creep closer and closer to the last day of the 2023 legislative session, they are not deciding to spend it on teachers.Yes, you may have seen headlines about some major legislation — Senate Bill 9 and House Bill 100 are two of the proposals out there that would increase teacher pay. But here's what you need to know about those bills: they don't come anywhere close to moving Texas teacher pay in line with the national average OR bumping their salaries enough to keep up with inflation. JoLisa Hoover: I think there's been a moment where some people in society have said, "Teachers, if you don't like it, you can leave," and our teachers have left. Morgan: This is JoLisa Hoover, who spent 26 years as a teacher in Texas public schools before joining Raise Your Hand in 2019. She was named the organization's Teacher Specialist in 2022. JoLisa: In the beginning of the pandemic, our teachers just pivoted overnight, and redesigned their entire career. They were making sure kids got fed. They were distributing technology out into the neighborhoods. They were checking in on families, and they were really just lifted up as heroes, only for a few short years later to be villainized for a variety of things and their pay has just been very stagnant. Morgan: As a part of Raise Your Hand's work developing policy recommendations for the 88th Legislature, their statewide team of Regional Advocacy Directors met with Texas educators ahead of the legislative session. They heard from over 697 teachers from 79 different school districts. During the legislative session, JoLisa and the team brought more than 75 teachers on a weekly basis to the Capitol to speak with their lawmakers.JoLisa: The teachers are talking about how their money just isn't going as far as it used to, and in particular, that's hit teachers hard because their pay had already been stagnant before some of the recent inflation has hit all of us. And so they're already in a job that penalizes them for choosing teaching, financially, and then to have the pay stay quite stagnant, it's been really hard for our teachers. Morgan: JoLisa says there's one word that keeps coming up over and over again, when teachers talk about the state of their profession: stress. The stress of not being financially independent. The stress of working a second job, and still not being able to meet the needs of their families. The stress of not being able to pay for medical procedures, home repairs, or make their rent. The stress of driving long distances to work each day because they can't afford to live where they teach. JoLisa: I heard teachers talk about that they're doing what they need to do to make ends meet, but it can be embarrassing to see your students while you're working your second job, and yet our teachers are purchasing their own supplies because they need them to do their job. They are buying extra snacks for kids who are hungry, buying coats for kids who don't have them, and so they view their job as being part of the essential bills that they have to pay, is keeping their students supported.Morgan: If you don't have any public school teachers in your family or your social circle, you may be surprised to know just how many of them work second jobs to pay the bills. Teachers will tell you that on any campus, you never really have to ask who's selling what, because any brand you can think of that can be sold by a person is represented somewhere on campus.Laura Marder: So in our particular district, I don't know a single school teacher that does not have some sort of side hustle or second job that they work. Either that or a very supportive spouse who is able to contribute to the finances of the home. And unfortunately with them doing those things, it takes away their energy because they're drug in different directions. They're not able to fully utilize themselves and put that effort into their kids. These teachers are doing everything from working retail, they're tutoring students on the side. I know some teachers that wait tables, and several teachers that own small businesses and work different company roles outside of teaching. And so they leave here from school and they go straight and they do that and then they do it all over again the next day. Those people should be leaving work, going home, taking care of their families, and taking care of themselves, so that way when they come back to work, they're energized, ready to go, and ready to put all that energy back into their students.Morgan: This is Laura Marder. She is a high school biology teacher in a small, rural district in northeast Texas (Mineola ISD). She's been teaching for nine years. Laura: So the beauty of being in a small rural school is that I have the honor and privilege of teaching just about every student that comes through our doors at the high school. And so not only do I get to build relationships with those students, but also have connections with those families as well. And so we get to kind of walk through their lives together. And I have such a huge impact on so many people's lives, and it's just very satisfying and very rewarding work.Morgan: Laura also told me about the double bind that Texas teachers face. It's not just that they don't make enough to pay their own bills, they are often using their salary to pay for classroom supplies. To make her classroom materials go further, Laura has students double or even triple up on lab experiments. But the small stipend she gets from the district doesn't cover everything her students need. So she pays out of pocket to keep stocked with much-needed basic items like school supplies, cleaning products, and provide something that's become increasingly common in Texas classrooms — a food pantry.Laura: There's other things that teachers do all the time that people don't even think about. We know the importance of making sure that our students' social and emotional needs are met. And part of that is making sure that they have what they need to be successful. I know teachers here that make sure that kids have clothing, that they have shoes that have, like myself, for example, I have a mini fridge in my classroom, and I know that there are a handful of kids that on the weekend don't have food to go home with on the weekend. And they know that when they leave my class on Friday, they go in and take what they need. And I just keep it stocked and we don't ask questions. It's just one of those things that we do because we love and we care for our students, and it's just so important that those needs are met so that way they can be successful at school.Morgan: Another common theme when you talk to Texas teachers: they aren't in it to get rich. They chose their profession because they knew the joy they got out of being in the classroom meant more than being able to take lavish vacations or even shop at the fancy grocery store. Eva Goins: In all reality, we just want to be compensated for what we do. I know that I will never see six figures as a teacher, and money isn't everything. I always tell my students, "I don't do this job for the summers, and I don't do this job for the money. I do it for you. I do it for you because I care about you and your future, and I want to make sure that you have the best opportunities ever. You can rest assured, I am going to fight for you. I am going to advocate for you, and I'm going to give you my best always."Morgan: This is Eva Goins, who's been in the classroom for 22 years. She's an 8th-grade teacher in Northwest ISD, in suburban Fort Worth. You can hear the enthusiasm in her voice when she talks about her kids, and what she's willing to give up for them. Over the years, that's included waking up at 3:50 a.m. each morning to teach English to children in China before her school day began. But even someone like Eva, who remains as dedicated to her job as someone could possibly be, has had her moments when she's thought about leaving. One of those times happened on a road trip at a Buc-ees — the popular chain of mega country stores and gas stations that originated in Texas. Eva: We were coming home, and we decided we wanted to stop at Buc-ees, because you have to. It's just one of those things. As we were coming out, they have these huge colorful billboards, and I don't know why, I think it was the money, the numbers, it was just numbers on this sign. I read it, and it said, "A carwash manager is making six figures." I'm sitting here going, "Wait a minute, hold on. I've been teaching for 22 years. I have a bachelor's, I have a master's, I'm working on my doctorate right now. Even at my highest education level, with a doctorate, I will never see six figures as a teacher in the current state, ever. Here a guy or girl, a lady who works at Buc-ees as a carwash manager can make over $100,000?"I'm thinking, "Why? I'm a teacher, and I take my job very seriously because these are the minds of the future, the ones that are going to be taking care of our generation. I'm trying to give them an education to become critical thinkers, and to follow their dreams, and someone can just get a job as a car wash manager and make a substantial amount more money than I do as a teacher." But, what's sad about the whole thing is that I think people have gotten to the point where they realize teachers, we're different folk. We think with our hearts.I think about all the teachers that are in my school and people that I've worked with, and they have huge hearts for students. They have huge hearts for the kids, and they actually worry more about their kids that they teach than their own kids, because by the time they get home, they're exhausted. I think that a lot of people have taken that, and just like, "Well, you know what? They're going to figure out a way. It doesn't matter what we throw at them, or how much we don't pay them, they're going to find another job to help figure out how to pay for their living expenses. But we're going to institute this because we know that they'll take care of it, because a teacher has this huge heart, and they love their kids, and they're going to do whatever they have to do in order to be there for their students."It was disheartening, and I was like, "I could leave. I could go and apply, and put my application in at Buc-ees, but then I wouldn't be happy." I wouldn't be happy because I wouldn't be with my kids. I wouldn't be with my students who get excited whenever they write a sentence, or whenever they write a poem, and it blows them away. They're like, "I did that?" And I'm like, "Yes, you did that. You have that inside of you." It's disheartening, but I think people, they just realize that we're going to do the job, unfortunately. It's sad, but that's the way things are.Morgan: What Eva is describing is what Raise Your Hand calls the Texas Teacher Tax. It's similar to a gender wage gap, but it goes beyond that. It's the pay cut that's forced on teachers because of their devotion to their students — a giant chasm in pay that teachers face when compared to other professionals who hold degrees and manage hundreds of people and responsibilities each day. And while teachers in other states face similar challenges, unfortunately, this particular problem is Texas-specific. Historically, as lawmakers have made cuts to public schools, Texas educators have made sure those cuts affect their students as little as possible, even if that means making deep sacrifices in their own personal lives. But even teachers have their limits — and in 2023, so many have reached them. Here's Laura again. Laura: We want respect. And respect starts from the top down. We want to be paid for the professionals that we are, for the people that have multiple certifications that do these jobs day in and day out that other people don't want to do. And we don't want to be rich, but we want to be able to live comfortably. We want to be able to keep the lights on and not have to work two or three jobs. Teachers are tired. I literally have seen teachers before that I taught with that decided that they couldn't even afford to have children. They made the decision to go to work every day, to take care of other people's kids, to put their time, talents, effort, and energy into other people's children, but yet they won't get that satisfaction for themselves because they can't afford to do it. And it's heartbreaking. It shouldn't be that way.Morgan: So far in this episode, we've heard from two current public school teachers who are sticking it out. Despite the odds, they still have the capacity to stay in the fight. Now we are going to hear from one who doesn't. After next year — which will be her 29th teaching — Mariza DiNapoli is leaving her job as an 8th-grade special education teacher in El Paso ISD. Mariza: Currently I'm teaching students that struggle, that sometimes have low self-esteem, and that don't like school because they struggle. I love to help them, to see them grow, to build up their self-esteem. It's really fulfilling to me when I get to see that and when they like to come to school and when they see the growth and when they're proud of themselves. That is something that, it's a great feeling to have. So my number one thing is just being with my students and teaching them, showing them that they are capable at their different levels and that they can achieve something.Morgan: Mariza's superpower is an ability to connect with students with particularly difficult emotional disturbances. In other words, given her experience and talent, she is exactly the kind of educator the state should be trying to make sure stays in the classroom. But she told me that she just can't do it anymore — eating a bar for lunch every day so she can complete paperwork so she doesn't bring it home, managing all of her students' vastly different individual needs without the proper support, helping her students through crying episodes and severe anxiety over taking the state required tests that they will surely fail — all of this, for so very little pay. Mariza: I went to the profession because I loved the challenges. I loved the teaching. I knew that for sure it wasn't going to be a huge money-making adventure here. But at a certain point, like I said, after 28 years and seeing my salary, it saddens me that we're not being compensated. I mean, it's not fair that we work so hard and we have all these things that we have to do that the state's requiring us, the laws are requiring us, like all the documentation and paperwork, yet we're not compensated and we're not treated like professionals. It's kind of degrading to me, and it saddens me.Morgan: She also feels invisible to the people in charge of making education policy. Mariza: I wonder if our principal knows everything that I'm doing as a special education teacher, I even wonder if our superintendent knows. I wonder if our board members know. And even higher, I wonder if our state representatives know everything that we're doing and all the time that it takes. I wish they would follow us for a day, be in our shoes for a day, see all the paperwork that we do, and experience it. I would invite them. I would love to do that so they could actually see what goes into just one day of a special education teacher.Morgan: As this episode airs, it will be teacher appreciation week. Kids around the state will be bringing flowers, cards, and special treats to the teachers who, for many of them, are the only adults in their lives they can trust to show up. Here's JoLisa.JoLisa: I think everyone has a favorite teacher. When you think about, what does that teacher deserve to be paid, I recently was talking with some students that were visiting the Capitol, and they told me that they were going and talking about their favorite teacher, and then telling the lawmakers that they thought their teacher should be paid as much as "fill in the blank."I said, "What are you telling them?" They would say, "My teacher deserves as much as a rockstar. My teacher deserves as much as a major league baseball player. My teacher deserves to make as much as a dentist, a veterinarian, or a doctor." And so these kids who are so close to watching what teachers do, they see the value. I think if we all kind of think through about the teachers who have made a difference in our life, we know how valuable that is. When we think about all the things you might own, all the things that are important to you, what's more important than your children? Why wouldn't we reimburse the people who care for the thing we care most about in a significant way that shows how important our kids are to us?Morgan: The legislative session ends on May 29. There's still time for Texas lawmakers to show up for our teachers, just like these teachers show up for our children every day. Here's Laura, our rural high school biology teacher, again.Laura: The future of Texas, the future of the world, is sitting in our classrooms right now. Every single one of those children are going to go out into the workforce and they are incredible and they're talented and they need to be supported. If we do not have quality educators standing in front of them every day pouring into them, we're going to be in big trouble. Now is the time that they need to be making these decisions. We cannot continue to hold off and mess around and wait to increase teacher salaries. We need to do it right now. Teachers are leaving the profession in a mass exodus, and we have got to find a way to keep them in the classroom, to support them financially, and give them what they need so they can best serve the students of Texas today.Morgan: I want to say a very heartfelt thank you to the three teachers — Laura Marder, Mariza DiNapoli, and Eva Goins — who shared their experiences with me for this episode. With just a few weeks left in the legislative session, now is the time for lawmakers to act to give teachers a meaningful pay raise. If you would like to help advocate for a real teacher pay raise, you can find a link that will allow you to email your legislators quickly. Go to Raise Your Hand's Twitter and Facebook accounts and look for the “Give Teachers a Real Raise” posts. And I also want to let you know that to stay informed on critical education issues, you can sign up online for Raise Your Hand's Across the Lawn weekly newsletter at www.raiseyourhandtexas.org/get-involved. To receive text alerts that will allow you to join Raise Your Hand in taking action at key moments this legislative session, text RAISEMYHAND – all one word – to 40649. Today's episode was written by me, Morgan Smith. Our sound engineer is Brian Diggs and our executive producer is Anne Lasseigne Tiedt. Thank you for standing up for our Texas public school students.
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Lone Star Lawn Talk W/ Andrew Martinez
On this episode, Andrew get's to know a fellow Texas Lawn pro; Erik Regalado of Woodlands Lawn Pros. Erik fills us in on his take on owning and operating his Lonestar lawn business. Take from the show what you need to create more margin not just in your pocket book, but also in your calendar. Please consider leaving a Five-star rating and review and sharing with a friend if you have found value in the show. Follow the Guest: Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/mowinglife/ Our Partners, Sponsors & Affiliates we believe in: X-mas Light Mentor : Professional x-mas light business resources. Lawntrepreneuracademy.com: Lawncare business resources. johnpajak.com: Budgets, Break Evens & Bottom lines. Ballard-inc.com: Premium products for your lawncare service business. Brandedbullinc.com: Media, Website, branding & Graphic design. Mention is for $100 OFF your purchase. My Service Area: Routing Software Contact Us: D.M. me on Instagram :@lonestarlawntalk Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us as we dive deep with lawn care titans Brian Fullerton and Jeff Alsop to tackle the industry's labor crisis head-on. Learn to build a smarter, more efficient business with their expert insights on sales, marketing, and cutting-edge technology. Discover how thinking with the end in mind can reshape your lawn care enterprise for a greener, brighter future. Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Equip Expo: Register Now! (Code PAUL Saves 50%) Secure Your Spot: Register for Lawn Care Life Conference 2024 The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
Today, Kevin has a thought about cutting the lawn.
An update to story about lawn maintenance! An easy way to help the butterflies and bees. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Hour 3 - King Charles has his coronation tomorrow and someone snuck out onto the lawn and mowed a giant weiner in the grass where it is going to be held. The Cinco De Mayo festival happening tomorrow sounds super fun!
Today we're joined by Paul Lacinkski of Bitchin' Lawns out of Ann Arbor Michigan, sharing how lawn care saved his life! Paul's life has been an incredible story of triumph and victory, and it's crazy to see where he's taken his company in a few short years! Enjoy. Lawntrepreneur Academy Save 50% on registration for EQUIP 2023 (with code: Brian) Get Brian's Free Newsletter Brian's Lawn Maintenance On YouTube Brian's Lawn Maintenance On Instagram Ballard-Inc.com (Brians10) KUJO (Brians10) Equipment Defender (Brians10) https://gpstrackit.com/brianlm/ www.brandedbullinc.com Mention Brian's name and save $100 on a new website. https://www.yardbook.com/ https://Exmark.com
Join Paul Jamison and Dr. Frank Holleman as they explore the importance of community in achieving success in both business and life. In this episode, Paul shares the origin story of the lawn care community that formed in 2013 through YouTube and the internet, highlighting how over the years, this community of landscaping enthusiasts has come together to support each other's growth and success in the industry. Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Equip Expo: Register Now! Secure Your Spot: Register for Lawn Care Life Conference 2024 The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
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This Week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: An elementary school teacher shot to death at a Dunkin Donuts drive-thru with her son in the backseat. Plus, a woman accused of strangling her boyfriend's six-year-old daughter and leaving the body in the front lawn of the child's mother. Danny Smith joins host Ana Garcia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Alan Cox Show
Join us for an enlightening discussion with Dr. Frank Holleman as we delve into the benefits of the internet and social media for your lawn care business. Learn practical tips and strategies to leverage social media platforms to attract more customers and boost your business growth. Don't miss this episode packed with valuable insights and actionable advice. Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Secure Your Spot: Register for Lawn Care Life Conference 2024 Equip Expo: Register Now! The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
The Nightly Nuge featuring Ted Nugent
Uncle Ted takes a moment to explain why the Green New Deal is a scam. Don't think so? Well, tune to hear where the Lithium and other heavy metals come from and why the plan is flawed. The Nightly Nuge featuring Ted Nugent S02-E106 - Did You Know Gas-Powered Lawn Tools Are Banned In Over 100 Communities? - 230504
The Untrapped Podcast With Keith Kalfas
Are you ready to be inspired by extraordinary tales of success in the lawn care business? In this engaging discussion, our guest, Paul Jamison, emphasizes the critical role of the internet in propelling your business forward. Throughout the episode, we explore diverse topics and success stories, including the profound influence of company culture on retaining employees, the significance of community in laying a solid foundation. Paul also underscores the importance of networking and surrounding yourself with ambitious individuals who ignite your drive to take action. Join us as we unravel the secrets to triumph in the lawn care industry and tap into the wisdom of seasoned professionals. "You need to take the internet serious and learn how it can best serve your business, whether that's Youtube, Instagram, Facebook, podcast, AI, fill in the blank." - Paul Jamison Topics Covered: How a company culture affects employee retention Building a foundation through a community From lawn care business to real estate The success story of a man who quit his job on the shipyard to start a lawn business Importance of being available to network "Iron sharpens iron. So one man sharpens another" The type of friends you want to be with People who pay - pays attention Shortening your learning curve Key Takeaways "It's great to have friends like that. Like we were talking literally two nights ago. And he was just talking about that, like, stop talking and take action like, and it's good to have friends like that. In Proverbs that says iron sharpens iron. so one man sharpens another. And if you actually visually watched what it would look like, for iron sharpens iron, it's ugly, it's it's friction, it's, you know, grinding against each other and just, it creates this result." - Paul "When you want to do anything and you're committed, you will go out and ask for help. And you'll find the answers and you will get it done, you will be laser focused, and make it happen and I'm watching this happen all over the place with the internet. Now with our community, these podcasts, you can get access to the information much, much faster. And I'm also learning that paying for information is compressing time and shortening, shortening the learning curve like now when I want to learn something, I'm like, Who can I pay to help me? Is there somebody I can pay to consult me? Right? Because I'm not trying to go get it for free on YouTube. I'm literally trying to find the person and pay them to compress the time." - Keith Connect with Paul Website: https://greenindustrypodcast.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-jamison-8460b8179/Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/green-industry-podcast/id1438332614 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenindustrypodcast/?hl=en Youtube: www.youtube.com/@PaulJamison/ Connect with Keith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithkalfas/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelandscapingemployeetrap Website: https://www.keithkalfas.com/resources Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@keith-kalfas Resouces and Websites:
The Mowtivated Lawncare Show-- Young and Teen Entrepreneurship in Lawncare, Landscaping, and Mowing, Business, entrepreneursh
Why in-person quoting is stupid. (you're losing money and you don't even realize it) Sorry for the hiatus there! I was in Africa so it's been a hot minute, I'll admit. Hope you guys enjoy this one, we've got a lot more coming soon. Oh, and I have a super special announcement to make coming very soon! My socials: Website: themowtivated.com YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@themowtivated Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/calebnguyen_lawnlife/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/calebtnguyen
Discover the key to unlocking success in your lawn care business with special guest Dr. Frank Holleman. In this episode, we dive into the power of professionalism and explore practical tips to elevate your business by becoming more professional. Don't miss this insightful conversation that can transform your lawn care journey. Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Secure Your Spot: Register for Lawn Care Life Conference 2024 Equip Expo: Register Now! The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
On today's show…… An Arkansas family has been dumping their human poop on their neighbors lawn via a bucket for the past three years - 00:48:25. 'The Godfather of A.I.' Leaves Google and Warns of Danger Ahead - 00:59:22 00:00 Intro 05:59 Did Yokozuna have a normal toilet? ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ 07:03 Religious retreats 16:49 Zoo in England is seeking 5 people to dress up as birds and chase seagulls away 20:44 Seven bodies, including two missing teens, found in Oklahoma town
Tune in for 2023's first Chump Line with the VIP in-studio audience full of great Hunter Biden one-liners. Then, Howie shares the latest environmental regulation dreams of the woke Democrat Party. Up next on the chopping block are lawn mowers and air conditioners!
Get ready to elevate your lawn care business with the 2024 Lawn Care Life Conference! In this special episode of the Green Industry Podcast, host Paul Jamison welcomes guest Jason Creel to unveil the much-anticipated event. Scheduled for February 23-24, 2024 in Springville, Alabama, this year's conference promises to be bigger and better than ever. With dynamic speakers, valuable networking opportunities, and hands-on equipment testing, attendees will gain the knowledge and motivation needed to boost their lawn care success. Plus, enjoy delicious meals and an unforgettable after-party as you forge lasting connections with fellow industry professionals. Don't miss this epic episode as Paul and Jason discuss the exciting details of the 2024 Lawn Care Life Conference, including exclusive insights, giveaways, and more. Mark your calendars and get ready to transform your lawn care business! Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Secure Your Spot: Register for Lawn Care Life Conference 2024 Equip Expo: Register Now! The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
Join Paul Jamison and the fan-favorite Dr. Frank Holleman as they celebrate the launch of Paul's latest book, The Lawn Care Advantage: Winning Strategies for a Thriving Landscaping Business. Dive into the book's insights with these two industry experts, while sharing laughs and learning valuable strategies for success in the lawn care business. Don't miss this entertaining and informative discussion about the book that's sure to change the way you approach your lawn care venture! Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Equip Expo: Register Now! The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers
In this exciting episode, we celebrate the launch of my new book, The Lawn Care Advantage: Winning Strategies for a Thriving Landscaping Business! Get a sneak peek into the expert insights, real-life success stories, and powerful strategies that will help you transform your lawn care business. Join us as we explore the secrets to unlocking success in the industry and learn how this must-read book can set you on the path to prosperity! Get Your Copy of The Lawn Care Advantage Here! Equip Expo: Register Now! The Resource Center at GreenIndustryPodcast.com Get Jobber Apply for Jobber Grants Start Your Website Journey w/ Footbridge Media The Landscaping Bookkeeper - Megan and Joey Coberly GPS Trackit Kubotausa.com The Hardscape Academy Paul Jamison's Books Try Audible Ferris Mowers