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Learner a tough lesson today

JRT812JRT812 Posts: 4,697 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
edited March 2019 in General

1. Don’t use other people equipment. It’s either junk or not working right and you spend the time you bid on the job fixing it

2.If you don’t want to do it then don’t. Don’t over bid a job hoping for a no only to become a money w.hore. Do what you like and don’t do something because the money is good.

Hate painting, staining, etc. 25 acres of horse fence, plus stalls. Over bid it hoping for a no. Told me I could use their equipment plus buying the supplies. Plus agreed to my price... said yes.

Dont do what you don’t want to do. Life is too short. Don’t be a money w.hore. Telling myself to have standards after today

sprayed 25 acres of horse fence with crappy equipment


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