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Good Evening,
Here is my introduction to the greatest information source I have found on the internet.
I have read various posts on this forum for the past 6 months. Doing my homework on how to start this business and become successful in it. I do believe all of the people who say "Don't get into it", "Tons of BS come with the job!" and "Have an exit strategy" But, I also believe that this is the same in any job that you decide to take.
So, why not take the leap and be your own boss?
That is the ultimate question, why would you want to take your work ethic and put in crazy hours to make others wealthy? I don't believe in that anymore and it is time to start off on my own!
Now, here I am! getting everything together to start and work my A$$ off to become successful at this as I can't really afford to fail. I take all of your input and weigh my options based on your experience and you can be sure that I will be asking my questions and posting my experiences for others to either avoid or use.
My main experience is in Logistics for the past 13 years working for the government and had to change paths due to family issues. So, this is my new path and I look forward to hearing from you and reading your comments!
Hope your holidays were grand and safe!
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Welcome to the forum Stone! As long as you have an exit strategy and know your limits, you're right- why not give it a shot. Best of luck!

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Welcome and good luck! If you have any questions, I'm sure everyone here will be more than happy to try and help out!
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Smile Need help still?

yes, it is a great industry to get into. I have been in it for about 10 years now. I don't think an exit strategy is as important as utilizing multiple national preservation companies.

A great place to start is with a consultant. They can direct you and show you how to avoid major mistakes that can cost a lot of money.

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So, I have been putting in the homework time and all the economic aspects. And have finally put in for my business name. I currently have contact with a couple vendors in Missouri but more business is always better. If you read this and have some work, let me know! I look forward to this journey! Thanks for everything you guys have been able to supply to my knowledge and I look forward to picking your brains some more!
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