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Old 08-25-2019, 10:35 PM   #1
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Hey guys I'm new to the forum and I'm looking to getting started with escavation and construction. I just recently turned 18 and I still have my senior year of highschool left. I was wondering what courses in college I should take to be most prepared for the business world, so I can do the paperwork and run my business officially and efficiently. Right now I have my dads 3-10 john deer backhoe with low hours and we just got a m35 a2 Duce and a half I'm planning to use that to pull my machine at first but with success I'd like to work up to a real dump truck but before I'm really started what should I do after highscool (college wise ) to know how to run things.
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Old 08-25-2019, 10:46 PM   #2
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accounting courses

basic english for business

learn how to type & spell

read books by david gerstel

advanced math

go to work for someone for about 10 years

keep notes on time spent on what tasks, type of machines and terrain.

you will also need a pile of cash, credit and a line of credit.

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Thank you, im not sure how to directly reply on here if someone could tell he that would be great thanks
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Work for the best contractor you can find and learn from them. Work your ass off and learn from them. Show them how much your willing to invest in them and maybe they can be a mentor to you. If you go to college don't get into debt. Good Luck.

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