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  1. anthonyseoul

    Starting a handyman business. My journey.

    I started working with my father in construction, then trained as an electrician when I left school so I have a lot of experience in trades. I also like fixing things around the house so am pretty confident at giving most things a go at fixing or maintaining around the home. Since working in...
  2. Maxkaz

    Handmade - handyman`s progress thread

    Hello everyone! I`s been a month since I consider myself to be a "true" entrepreneur. I literaly started 0n the 1st of January, not because of some fancy New Year Resolution, but because my friend immigrated to my country on 29th of December and we both found and bought an old 2002 Ford for...
  3. Isleofbing

    Making money doing dirty deeds (Unsexy Tasks)

    So in light of Covid shutting down a lot of my Union electrical projects I've found myself with a lot of free time. I've decided to start a handyman business to fill up this time and keep me headed forward in a direction. I thought I would keep a process/execution journal and share some of the...