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#29. Safety Third
Nobody cares more about your own personal safety than you do. Never forget that.
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Also, just because the world has always been crazy, that does not mean that you have to like it.
#28. Being Unemployable and the E-myth...
A short discussion about making a living and a career out of tree work, the different paths available, being Unemployable, and the E-myth...
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#27: Jeff Jepson
Jeff Jepson is one of my all-time favorite authors and he has a new book that just came out called Groundie. His previous books include The Tree Climber's Companion, To Fell A Tree, and Knots At Work. All of them are amazing. In this episode we take a deep dive into Jeff's writing process, how he chooses projects, the close call that inspired him to get writing and educating, how he lays out his books graphically, working with his illustrator Bryan Kotwica, how he got into the trade, what he's up to these days, as well as much, much more. I know you are going to get a lot of value out of this. Thanks for being here Climber Nation, I appreciate you! - Patrick
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The World Has Always Been Crazy
Turn off the news. Put your head down. Get to work. And know your enemy.
The world has always been crazy.......
#25: Jacob Rogers
In this episode, I am joined by Jake Rogers (@guilty_of_treeson). We go in-depth into his backstory, his current role as superintendent at East Side Tree Works, where the name Guilty of Treeson came from, his thoughts on social media and Youtube, training new recruits, people skills vs. tree work skills, close calls, and much, much more.
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#24: Rob Hogg
In this episode of Small Business Stories on the Educated Climber Podcast, I am joined by @troytreeguy, Rob Hogg. We discuss his backstory, early mentors, adventures running a small business in this trade, close calls, advice for young people getting into tree work, as well as much, much more. I know you guys are going to get a lot of value out of this one!
For every budding arborist!
I’m so grateful that we have a professional producing such an informative podcast in our industry. Really easy and interesting listening! I’m looking to make the transition to contract climbing and his advice is invaluable. Look forward to future episodes.