Out in the Whitby spring or summer sunshine over the weekend, you may not need much coaxing or motivating. If you spend a considerable amount of your time over weekends, tending to different aspects of your growing and blooming garden, you may already be committed and have the proverbial green fingers. That is to say that you really love your gardening. But perhaps a little nudge is required at this point in time.
Let us motivate you then to well and truly become your own boss. Owning your own business does, of course, come with its huge responsibilities, but wouldn’t it be much better to be deriving a good income from all the hard work you are accustomed to putting in over weekends. And would it not be a joyful and rewarding experience to be a Whitby landscaper every other day of the week, a time during which you normally spend laboring at someone else’s profit.
You see so far; every other day of the week, not necessarily every day of the week, nor long hours either. As your own boss, you are well within your rights to control and manage the hours you choose to put into your gardening and landscaping work. But as a successful entrepreneur, particularly during your earliest forays into this enriching niche business, you might want to put in the hours. As a franchisor, you will have a lot of spade work done for you, if you will.
Part of being part of a franchise movement, your business operators have already done a lot of the necessary marketing and advertising work for you. All that needs to be said now is that there is a new gardener in town. You will, of course, always have a say in what you choose to do, what you choose to utilize and who you choose to use. This is, after all, your own business. But to be fair, mainly to yourself, and especially to your first clients, the green fingers on both your hands will be grasping all the inventory and staff help given to you.
Loving every part of the gardening movement, you will welcome a good education. Helping you to develop and grow (again, if you will) in this worthwhile enterprise, you will receive training across the board. No matter how well versed you are already with new gardening techniques and your neighborhood’s climate, you should know by now that there is always something new on the horizon. New skills need to be acquired as well.
You may be accustomed to pruning your garden’s shrubs, but the pruning of trees with heavy branches requires a whole new set of skills altogether. And then, of course, there are your essential business skills, something which your franchise representative will be tutoring you on. On the joys and benefits of becoming a full or part-time professional gardener in Whitby, it is plain to see that this story has only just begun.