Keith Kalfas
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Keith Kalfas

I HAVE STOOD WHERE YOUR STANDING RIGHT NOW Exhausted after ten or twelve hard hours of back breaking work. Coming home after working in someone else's business all day, and immediately hitting that wall of stress because my wife is mad because another bill collector called. No matter how much overtime I get, there's just never enough money to pay all the bills. Working for someone else is a bitch. I'm not going to lie to you, or sugar-coat it. You spend all of your time at work doing what you're told, hustling, breaking your back for someone else's profit, while you make a few bucks an hour. Landscaping is hard work, but some days, coming home is even harder. The thing is, that's never going to change as long as you keep working for someone else. You're always going to be under pressure and underpaid. If you're going to be working ten or twelve hours a day, or more, is there any reason in the world you shouldn't ditch your job and start your own damn company? I'm Keith Kalfas, and I run The Landscaping Employee Trap. I know what it's like to be struggling as an employee. I'm here to tell you that it's not as hard as you think to start a landscaping business. I started mine with eighty dollars and in a few years grew it into a very profitable business. You may be skeptical right now. That's normal. Before I started my own landscaping business, I was talking to a friend of mine who is a millionaire, and he told me that the only way I was ever going to get ahead was to start my own business. I thought there was no way. I didn't know anything about how to start my own landscaping business. But I did it anyway. I started The Landscaping Employee Trap so that I can teach you how to start a landscaping business. I want to share my knowledge with you so that you can ditch your job and start your own damn company. I want you to be successful, to not have to fight with your wife about money, and to have what you need, instead of just scraping by, working for someone else. I know you're scared. Starting your own landscaping company is a huge step. But here's the deal. If you don't do this, then next month, or next year, or five years from now, you're going to be sitting here again, trying to figure out how to start your own landscaping company, and wishing that you had gone ahead and done it five years ago. As long as you're not in business for yourself, things aren't going to get any better. You're going to keep struggling, keep getting more and more behind, and keep teetering on the edge of losing something major. Take a deep breath, and let me show you how to ditch your job and start your own damn landscaping company. Keith Kalfas The Landscaping Employee Trap
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