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188. Make $112k a year building fences

In today’s episode, Nick gives a step by step guide on how to launch a business building fences that can bring in $112k a year. After living in his house for around 2 years and doing renovations in his basement and different projects around the house, he’s talked to many contractors and workers about projects […]

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July 20, 2020 3 mins read

187. A book you need to read

In today’s episode of The Sweaty Startup, Nick reflects back on a book he read in the last few months. The book, Call Me Ted, is an autobiography of Ted Turner, who is a media mogul, sports team owner, and entrepreneur. Because his story is not widely known, Nick thinks this autobiography is a book […]

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July 15, 2020 3 mins read

186. How to win friends and influence people

Today’s episode of The Sweaty Startup is a continuation of a self-help kick that Nick has been talking about. Nick loves learning self-help, how to better himself, make changes to his life, and become a better person through it. Because of that, he loves sharing what he learns with all of you. Today’s topic is […]

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July 8, 2020 3 mins read

185. I fired a customer today

In today’s episode of The Sweaty Startup, Nick talks about having to fire a customer. Now what does that mean? He had a customer who was limiting his business and threatening his employees. Instead of bowing to their demands or yelling at them, he politely and confidently told them they could no longer use Storage […]

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July 6, 2020 3 mins read

184. Three small habits that will change your life and your business

In today’s episode of The Sweaty Startup, Nick talks about life and happiness. Nick has been reading How to Win Friends and Influence People and reflecting on the book and on his life. He challenged himself to try 3 simple habits for a week. No complaining- Nick decided he was going to go a week […]

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July 1, 2020 3 mins read

183. Starting a business without physically doing any work?

In today’s episode, Nick answers a question about starting a business as a handicapped person, or a person who can’t physically do labor. If you have any questions, or want to join Nick’s new consultation program, reach out to [email protected] to get more info! We are offering ongoing consultation, one time consultations, as well as […]

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June 29, 2020 3 mins read

182. The first step to wealth that 99% of people won’t take

The best way to build wealth is consistency. Consistency over 5, 10, or 20 years is key to building and maintaining wealth and success. However, the key to your first step to wealth is intensity. Just do something! If you need inspiration, visit the Businesses I Love page for about 300 service-based business ideas to […]

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June 24, 2020 3 mins read

181. Avoid THIS mistake that costs companies millions

In today’s episode of The Sweaty Startup, Nick talks about miscommunication. One of the biggest problems in many service-based businesses, especially smaller ones, is that communication isn’t prioritized and mistakes are made. The mistake of miscommunication can EASILY cost companies millions of dollars every year. Ways to become a better communicator Email follow-up This is […]

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June 22, 2020 2 mins read

#180- How profitable is general contracting?

In today’s episode of The Sweaty Startup, Nick talks with Matt Baker, a general contractor from Houston, Texas. A general contractor is someone who meets a customer, gets an idea of what remodeling/construction work they want done, and gets them an estimate, subcontracts the workers for the project, and makes sure the project is managed […]

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June 17, 2020 4 mins read

179: How profitable is a self storage facility?

In today’s episode, Nick talks about a self-storage facility that he and his partner bought in July of 2019. He goes over the numbers of buying it, operating it, and income from units being rented out, as well as expenses. His goal is to show you just how profitable a self-storage facility is. This property […]

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June 15, 2020 4 mins read
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