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Wow thanks guys!

 

Although Brad is fictional some of his story's are from personal XP except the saw! That was a friend who never did hear from the guy again.

 

It really was only a minute scale of what the real thing is like.

 

I account for most things but running out of work because everyone else is quite is hard to account for in the long term. Other than that I keep very busy through out although a steady period is welcome.

 

Last year was a massive loss for me do to a big amount of money/invoice (to me anyway) not being paid. This has lead to a house repossession and a lot of worry ahead! So when I say things go bad very quick they go quicker than you think.

 

Anyway I'm getting there and don't let the bad stories put you off, if your good at what you do then the work will almost certainly find you. :)

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Wow thanks guys!

 

Although Brad is fictional some of his story's are from personal XP except the saw! That was a friend who never did hear from the guy again.

 

It really was only a minute scale of what the real thing is like.

 

I account for most things but running out of work because everyone else is quite is hard to account for in the long term. Other than that I keep very busy through out although a steady period is welcome.

 

Last year was a massive loss for me do to a big amount of money/invoice (to me anyway) not being paid. This has lead to a house repossession and a lot of worry ahead! So when I say things go bad very quick they go quicker than you think.

 

Anyway I'm getting there and don't let the bad stories put you off, if your good at what you do then the work will almost certainly find you. :)

 

House repo, that's sobering.

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Just keep fighting the good fight. Good Opening"essay" Will give a lot of people real pause for thought. I'm "lucky" I'm older so when I struck out there was less competition, plus it was the mid to late 90s cheap credit for vehicles and chippers, low house prices and good money to be made seems like a golden age now.

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Just keep fighting the good fight. Good Opening"essay" Will give a lot of people real pause for thought. I'm "lucky" I'm older so when I struck out there was less competition, plus it was the mid to late 90s cheap credit for vehicles and chippers, low house prices and good money to be made seems like a golden age now.

 

 

Haha yeah the 90's where good old days :) well 97/98/99 anyway haha

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