Alright, here’s the scenario. You’ve been climbing for a few years, and you’re good at what you do, but maybe you feel like it’s time to branch out and do your own thing, or maybe you just need a change of scenery. So where do you begin? Today on the podcast, we’re gonna look at one of the easiest and best ways for an up-and-coming arborist to transition from being an employee to being self-employed. I’m talking about contract climbing – freelancing.
We start with the basic concepts and then go on to explore equipment, expectations and responsibilities, money, liability, choosing your customers, and promoting your skills. This is gonna be good!
This episode is brought to you by The Schultz Effect. Documenting Pfannerman’s journey from doubled rope climbing to SRT expert, The Schultz Effect explores all aspects of climbing systems, hardware, basal and canopy anchors, remote and retrievable redirects, hybrid systems, as well as practical, in the field SRT climbing for both trimming and removals. If you are looking to level-up your climbing game, head over to theschultzeffect.com to get started.