If you love helping people and if you have a fascination with cemeteries, tombstones, and mausoleums, a Grave Care Business might be perfect for you.
Take the first step and the path will reveal itself.
I can still recall the moment it happened. I was sitting in a cubicle in a windowless office. My boss was in a grumpy mood. The other office workers were in grumpy moods. I didn’t want to be in a grumpy mood but I, somehow, found myself grumpy, anyway. It was lunchtime. I couldn’t wait to turn off my computer monitor and have 60 minutes to myself. On my way out of my cubicle, I reached for a book that a neighbor had given me on my college graduation a few years earlier.
What happened to the wide-eyed optimism I had when I graduated college? I was going to take the world by storm and have a great time doing it. I was going to rise quickly in the corporate world, make a fortune overnight, and be the envy of all those around me. Ahhh…the enthusiasm of youth.
It only took me a couple years working in the accounting department of a huge international corporation before my enthusiasm began to wane. Bosses were reluctant to offer promotions or pay raises. Co-workers were only after their own best interests. And, to the company’s executives, I was just another face in the crowd. Ugh…
On my way out of my cubicle for lunch, I grabbed a copy of the book I’d been meaning to read. It was a thin book that I could probably get half way through during my lunch hour. The cover page was colorful and it looked like a fun read especially to someone who just wanted to escape reality for an hour.
With the book tucked securely under my left arm, I grabbed my coat and a sandwich I had brought for lunch in a brown paper sack. Sometimes I would go to lunch with co-workers. We’d sit at a local restaurant and talk about work while we waited for our food to be delivered to our tables. Hmmm…sitting inside, talking about work, cramped into a booth full of co-workers. Not to be rude but, NO THANK YOU!
So, on this day, with a sandwich in a brown paper bag and a paperback book tucked under my arm, I fled the office environment to sit outside in the sunshine. And….that’s when I heard my bosses voice ring out: “Keith, I need you to work this weekend.” I’d already worked 50 hours that week and didn’t want to spend the entire weekend stuck inside. I always thought a college degree and a corporate job was supposed to help insulate you from spending your weekends at work. Ha, was I mistaken?
Finally, I made it though the door. The sun was shining and I just couldn’t believe how good it felt to be outside and away from the confines of work. “What if I could do this all day every day?” I though to myself. “What if I could figure out a way to work away from a stifling office environment with grumpy bosses and grumpy coworkers. What if I didn’t need an office window because I could go outside and work in the beauty of nature as often as I liked?”
I reached down beside me to pull the sandwich out of my brown paper lunch bag. With my other hand, I opened the book I had so looked forward to reading and I wondered what information I could glean from within its pages.
The title of the book was: Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow.
It was my first step in starting my own business.
Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Have you ever wanted to own a fulfilling, rewarding, and profitable business? If you love helping people and if you have a fascination with cemeteries, tombstones, and mausoleums, a Grave Care Business might be perfect for you.
Once I quit my job, I never looked back. That was in the mid-90. Since that time many people have asked me for advice on starting their own grave care businesses. After many year running my own business, I developed a professional produced business package to help you start & operate your own Grave Care Business. The Grave Care Business Course is a huge course filled with reference materials, a business toolkit, instructional videos, estimating software, and much more.
Read through our entire website to learn about the Grave Care Business Course. If you have any questions, please let me know. We love cemeteries and we are always happy to help.
You can order the course through this website and we will make it to you directly via USPS Priority Mail.
Let this be your first step.