I still have my day job in the corporate world but have tinkering more and
more with my side business as the days go on. Hopefully one day, this
"hobby" will become a reality and I'll be able to leave the soul-wrenching
hell that is corporate America.
Curious when you guys decided to commit to your contracting business? What
changed in your life that you felt like it was the right time to go out on
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On Tue, 12 Jan 2010 16:46:23 +0000,
fastensoft_at_gmail_dot firstname.lastname@example.org (jaymelone) wrote:
Generally one turns the part-time side business into the full-time
main business when the side business is returning both enough to
properly support the person, and is returning more than the main
My major job had no satisfaction. What was done one day was repeated the
next, ad infinitum. On my days off I started working with a general
contractor as a carpenter. It was such a joy to finish a job and stand
back and say, I built that!
I learned enough to help build my own house, working for the same GC,
and getting paid at the same time.
If I were 40 years younger, I would do it all again.
When I got laid off from the Drywall Company I worked for..Been doing side
work(CASH) for years and when I got laid off I went on my own....Now I work
for myself...It was time anyway..I only stayed with them that long for the
benefits...Wife has good health insurance so now it's not a big
Split Mirrors-The right time one of my favourites '80s tracks.
I began working on my own, since I learned enough as an apprentice to be
independent, I worked in a company that did deep well pumps and public site
jobs. Before that, I worked in my aunt's white goods company (washing
machines, refrigerators and the like). The problem is to learn how to work
on site, information you can get neither in a book or in college (how to mix
cement, fit boxes and the like).
major in electrical engineering
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