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Over the past several years, I’ve taught my coaching members 5 steps to becoming a phenomenally successful person. This teaching gets more response from them than any other, including the business training.
Let’s face up to the fact that every job needs to be pre-inspected and priced before cleaning.
Commercial cleaning accounts are big money jobs, but they aren't always convenient.
Here's what we suggest to our SFS members for maximum results and return on their time invested:
One of the cornerstone principles of SFS is the “80% Rule” which states, “80% of how the customer decides whether you did a ‘good job’ or a ‘bad job’ is based on how they feel about the person actually doing the work.”
Here are a few of the logistics we used to survive (and prosper) in the winters.
No one is going to refuse you permission to park close to their house. However, by you asking permission, the homeowner feels in control and this is very important.
Your social media plan should start with Facebook. But it surely should not end there. What if I told you there were other social media sites that are just as important and some even more important for your cleaning business marketing?
More years ago than I care to remember, a new carpet cleaner came to my town. I met him, and while he was civil to me, I could tell he was both intensely competitive and very insecure. Bad combination! I'll call him "George."
The very best thing to leave behind is a customer- approved work order with a work date filled in!