My point exactly. Some of you have read my posts about starting my own business. This would be a way to grow very slowly, build a referral list, and when I do decide to do my own thing at full speed/full time I will be able to say "In business for X years" instead of "in business for one year" I'm a sneaky bun of a sitch.Speedy Petey said:That's pretty much standard procedure for guys starting out on there own.
Many many jobs since I shut down my business and went to work for someone else. The funny part is that it's all for my bosses... and amazingly enough they have very little idea what stuff costs. They're lucky that I'm honest.nwingate said:How many of you guys have done side jobs or even had a side business while working for someone else?
-Nathan (with his hand up)
I'm talking week end side jobs cleaning gutters and installing thermal plastic on the interiors of elderly peoples houses etc... I don't think this side thing would effect my main job any.
I'm talking a few quick bucks. Nothing serious with no overhead, but maybe a small add in the local paper.
I wouldn't care if one of my employees was cleaning cutters on the side to make additional money. :thumbsup:I'm rather new here to this bbs, but I read through this thread like five times trying to understand what was going on until I saw the dates. Kinda funny Curious though, how would you feel about one of YOUR employees doing this??
It's been a hotly debated subject here. I personally think it is a good thing. Shows the employee wants to better his situation and has a good work ethicI'm rather new here to this bbs, but I read through this thread like five times trying to understand what was going on until I saw the dates. Kinda funny Curious though, how would you feel about one of YOUR employees doing this??