About

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My name is Bryce Ward.

I was born and raised on my family’s small farm in Washington state of the good old U.S of A. I grew up helping out on the farm. Whether it was throwing bales of hale or weeding the vegetable garden, I did it all.


I went through school, and my first two years of college questioning everything. Why am I here? What am I getting out of these random facts? I decided that it was not for me and that I needed to start working instead of sitting in a classroom accomplishing nothing.

At the age of 16, I started my first business called the Yard Boys. Yard Boys was my first attempt at being self-employed doing what I know I can do. I do yard work and odd jobs for folks who don’t have the strength or time to maintain their yards. I currently employ a small crew to help out and do other tasks while I work. I have had to fire a few people now and then mainly because they would not show up to work. I have heard from many of my clients how they disliked their last yard person who failed to show to work and were rude to them. I hope that I can be different by showing up, doing the work, and being friendly to my clients. The relationships I have built with my clients have resulted in more business and new clients to work for.

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During my second year of college, I decided to start up my own YouTube and Twitch Channel as a way for me to relax and perhaps increase my income. I mainly produce gameplay videos for YouTube and live streams on Twitch. I am still in the process of building up my channel, but I am looking forward to the challenges of being a content creator.

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Ever since I was a kid, I was in the Boy Scouts Of American. I am a founding member of Troop 555 or Triple Nickel. I went camping, hiking, and many other activities that helped me improve my skills. Whether it was cooking, building a campfire, or helping out a new scout learn how to tie a knot I enjoyed it. I made many friends in the Boy Scouts, and some of them were my first employees in the Yard Boys. When I was 16, I had earned my Eagle Scout Rank which is the highest rank a scout can earn. I had to manage a charity event where my volunteers and I transformed our local grange’s ruined stables into a lovely sitting area. We built three picnic tables and put down a layer of wood chips. Boy Scouts was everything to me, and I always set up to help others any way that I can.

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