Why become a Locksmith?
The locksmith business has been a real blessing in my life. I started out
in this business when I was in my early twenties and at fifty-one it is as
interesting today as it was when I first started. Here are some positive things
I have found.
1. The locksmith business never fluctuates with the economy. If things are tight
businesses lay off people and re-key, if the economy is good there will be a lot
of expansion and the business will even be better. People are so security minded
2. In the last thirty years I have never been out of work. I have always had
more than I could handle.
3. I have always liked my freedom. What I mean is if I felt like taking my wife
and boys to the lake on Thursday, I just forwarded my phone to my cell and set
up my calls for the next day.
4. Maintenance engineers with a locksmith background will always earn a better
income and have a better chance for promotion.
5. I have always liked the technical aspect of locksmithing. My wife always
calls me Mr. Tool Time if you know what I mean. I like things that are small and
6. There is nothing physical about locksmithing. I would rather use my head to
earn money than my back. And at fifty one I can still work as hard as I did when
I was twenty. The Locksmith business has the lowest overhead ratio of any
business going, that is if you follow the parts list provided in this course.
These are great training videos. Everything one needs to get started. What
amazes me is the free phone support provided with the purchase of a course. $300.00 is not a lot when one considers what this could do for you and your