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Landscaping, Hardscaping, Excavating, Mowing and maintenance. All in one day. Plus 3 on the spot landscaping estimates, bids with Customers. Also critiquing and supplying feedback to one of the new guys to help him improve. We also get the dump truck stuck on a site and do 2 lawn care estimates. and The Landscape Business Pro Podcast- The Voice of the Landscaping and Construction Industry. Genadek Landscaping and Excavating Linked In- Hit me up! Twitter: Facebook: Email: Dirt Monkey: Mike Michalowicz Profit First Podcast BJ Smith the Busy Marketer Podcast Aprille Janes Bolder Business Podcast Down the Garden Path Radio Program- Find the right Contractor Practical Tips In Finding And Hiring The Right Contractor Brian Burns- The 5 tenants of Sales Success Tom Reber StrongPrenuer Podcast Episodes of Landscape Business pro: John Lee Dumas Entrepreneur on Fire 037: John Lee Dumas – Entrepreneur on Fire! Jordan Harbinger The Art of Charm 033: Jordan Harbinger – The Art of Charm Brian Shain Top Notch Lawns 034: Brian Shain of Top Notch Lawns – Start Your Own Business Vanessa Van Edwards The Science of People 019: Vanessa Van Edwards – Body Language for Business Greg Chism Geek to Freek Fitness and Lawn Care 017: Geek to Freak – YouTube Monetization for the Average Guy Ryan Foudray Prescription landscape 016: Ryan Foudray – An Expert Guide: How to Start and Grow a Lawn Care Business Jonathan Pototschnik The Lawn Care Millionaire 023: Jonathan Pototschnik – The Lawn Care Millionaire Tom Ziglar 020: Tom Ziglar – Eliminate Zombies From Your Landscaping Business. Seriously. Keith Kalfas The Landscape Employee Trap 015: Keith Kalfas – The Landscaping Employee Trap, […]

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  • luis ramos 3 months ago

    nothing wrong with Trust, but Confirm

    trust your employees but confirm what they do

  • William Klatt 3 months ago

    It gives me an idea of what success looks like for a contractor. It's amazing how busy you are and how many people you meet on a daily basis. This coming from someone stuck behind a desk…

  • Rondell Sherman 3 months ago

    Great video, Just got into hardscaping

  • Legomaster 67 3 months ago

    Great job, I really love this type of video

  • Edward Perez 3 months ago

    Please answer me this. I'm a young man starting out in Landscaping business taking up where my father left it. 2nd Generation family landscaping business. What advice do you have for me I'm 24 do all seasons ,snow, lawn, retaining walls, patios, and now we are getting more accounts for year-round packages. I love landscaping machines and all landscapers.
    Thank you in advance. Your videos are great !!!

  • stanley122908 3 months ago

    I really like how you explain everything so well. Im going to start a lawn mowing/maintenance service soon and pricing is the thing that has me worried the most. Great videos!!!

  • William Atkinson 3 months ago

    I started my Bobcat service company in April and i love these videos. One thing i would like help on is understanding how to estimate boulder wall jobs, other jobs in the landscaping industry so i can make profit in all the work i do.

  • Greg Lee 3 months ago

    Thanks Stanley. I am retiring at the end of the month as a Postmaster after 32 years and I have decided to cut grass as a second career. Fortunately because I get a pension and can start out with this second career slowly. Your videos have been really helpful to watch. Thank you for putting the together for us novices. Do you have a lawnmower maintenance video made. How to sharpen blades and grease the machines .

  • Michael Alcantar 3 months ago

    watched most ur videos. good stuff keep it up

  • Nathan Brodeur 3 months ago

    When you show people the sites and explain why it costs what it costs and the risks involved it makes people understand better

  • Gantz 3 months ago

    Thanks for the video, stumbled across your vids a couple days ago. Been using them to unwind after hours. I find it interesting to see how others go about running their own company though you definitely keep a busier schedule then my typical work day. haha

  • Martin Cluff 3 months ago

    How is it that you are able to get a phone/cable line fixed for less than $200? When I have hit them the utility company charges $3500.

  • Sal Rizzuto 3 months ago

    Bro you're great. Awesome tactic for dealing with employees teaching them to think on their own. Thanks so much for taking the time to spread your wisdom from experience!

  • Declan kot 3 months ago

    you charge the same way i charge for lawns which is a dollar a minute about lol, I found that interesting because everyone says i work for too cheap, talk about huge holes, I work for a town highway department during the summer too and when we ended up doing the septic for a school designed to hold 1000 teachers and students, that was fucking huge

  • Dan Krueger 3 months ago

    these kind of videos help me the most.  Numbers along with a thought process gives great info.  This is real life 100% doggy dog bidding at its best.  One thing that you do that takes wisdom is you look at the job and you see how to bid it with steps taken out. Giving the price that gets the job, with options for more work keeping the price down at first feeling the customer out and getting the job.  The First job was priced perfectly with the yard dead spot because of trees.  One thing I do differently with jobs like this, is I write the bid on the job and get a signature to lock the job in and never come back until the job is done or have the guys pickup the check up with a receipt.                   These video are why your getting heat from your competition or other companies.  If you really want to help young companies this is how you do it.  Bidding and numbers.  I can't wait until you hit the plan rooms and county bidding areas. Show us how to get work out in the open market,  like churches- demo jobs, parks, city  and county.  Make it littler juicy jobs

  • Better Yards & Gardens LLC Lawn & Landscaping 3 months ago

    We can only educate ourselves so far.  Sharing our experiences is a great educational tool. Experience is the ultimate teacher.  I also like to hear from other people who I can relate to in our mutual trial and trivilations, and success too!  Thanks for your videos Stan, tons of great info.

  • T'airn'KA 3 months ago

    Your videos provide a realistic example of what you and your teams do every day.
    If I was Eric(?), as an extra step I'd cleaned the bird bath.  🙂

  • T'airn'KA 3 months ago

    Whow!  Seeing the house on the second maintained job (@6:47) I was surprised that at first glance it looked like the house I grew up at in Yakima, Wa. (G.I. build 1953).
    Let's see how similar it may be?  😉
    As expected it's not even close but it was fun thinking that it may have been a similar G.I. build (possibly was).

  • Gunnar Stahl 3 months ago

    what's the cost difference between paved and brick drive ways like cost and maintenance

  • Travis Vandling 3 months ago

    hey I'm 14 years old my name is Travis and I wanted to say I love your videos I'm looking into going into the concrete and excavation business and you are a big inspiration to me and help me out a lot and have taught me quite a few things. like again I love your videos and beautiful work