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How do you go from hobby to career? How do you learn enough to be able to really call yourself a pro? Should you begin part time or take a deep breath and quit your day job to become a full-time landscaper? It will be helpful if you learn a bit about how to prepare for your new career and to see what some of the traditional pathways into landscaping are out there for you to take. Landscaping is a fusion of many disciplines—horticulture, engineering, the life sciences, art and design, physical work, and business management.
That’s a breakthrough idea that was far too long on coming, but it’s finally here. Never before has there been such an understanding of the effects of our activities, and never before has this work been more important or more needed. We need more thoughtful, progressive people to carry on this vital mission. You can be a part of it. Just One Little Story You might guess that I have lots of stories to share after so many years in this business. And yes, I do. Some of them are tales of aggravation and worse, while others are the narrative of some of the best memories of my life.
But starting from scratch isn’t for everybody. You’ll make a lot of mistakes, and any one of them could be fatal. It’s a little like the legendary explorer John Wesley Powell canoeing down the Grand Canyon for the first time with no idea of what was ahead and only one arm with which to paddle. He made it, but what a ride! Not only will you have to build a clientele from scratch, but compared with buying a business, you’ll also probably spend more on advertising and work harder to convince people your new company is as good as the one they’ve been dealing with for years.