Meet the Savvy Cleaner Production Team
A little about the Savvy Cleaner production team that brings you Ask a House Cleaner. They are a dynamic bunch with zany personalities, dedication, drive, and creativity.
The show producers have been cross-trained on each other's jobs. And while each is assigned their own shows to produce, if somebody gets sick or is away on vacation or in school, the show can seamlessly float to another producer and continue without a hitch.
Interesting Factoid: Every member of our team works in a drama-free zone. No cat fights, no personal chaos, no whining. They are positive, fun and create an exciting work environment.
About the Show Host - Angela Brown
Angela Brown was a professional house cleaner for 25 years. In December of 2015, she retired from the day-to-day operations of house cleaning. She founded Savvy Cleaner Training, an online training company to help house cleaners start and grow their own cleaning companies.
Her years of house cleaning experience, learned by trial and error gained notoriety through the industry with her common sense approach to business, management, and marketing.
Ask a House Cleaner is a daily show of tips and strategies to improve your house cleaning and help you grow your cleaning business. "It's the show I wish I had when I started my cleaning business."
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Ask a House Cleaner - What is it?
Ask a House Cleaner is a daily show of tips and strategies to improve your house cleaning, and grow your cleaning business. Whether you've just started your cleaning business or you've been cleaning for decades, Angela will help you take your cleaning and your cleaning service business to the next level. It's entertaining, it's educational and it's free. Have you subscribed?
Why The Show?
Wondering about the show and how it came to be? Well, at Savvy Cleaner we are bombarded daily with questions about house cleaning. Yay for us. Because that's what we do, we train house cleaners, housekeepers, and maids. And we've noticed over the years that the names of the people asking the questions change, and so do small details of their issues. Like the number of dogs an owner might have, or how many hours is required for a particular job. But lots of the questions are the same.
On this show, we answer lots of common questions and specific questions from people like you.
If you've ever wondered how house cleaning works - tune into this show, you may be surprised to learn a few things.
DISCLAIMER: This show is not intended to replace business consulting. Every business has its sensibilities and unique requirements to survive and thrive. While the answers to the questions will help you improve your cleaning and grow your cleaning business - we are not responsible for your business success. You are.
About The Show Philosophy - Work Smart Not Hard
Work Smart Not Hard is the philosophy of the show and is adopted from our show host Angela Brown. She insists that reinventing the wheel is a waste of precious resources. "You don't need to make all the mistakes. You can learn and benefit from the mistakes of others." Watch, Learn, Do, Share is her system - and it works. This show will teach you to #WorkSmartNotHard.
About The Show Questions - Got One?
AskaHouseCleaner.com has a little blue button in the bottom right-hand corner of the page. Click on that button and a microphone appears. You can record your message right into the website and it will magically be sent to Angela at the show. If you prefer email, you can send your question to Angela[@]AskaHouseCleaner.com
About The Show Answers - Do They Work?
The answers work, but sometimes people do not. If you are the type of person who loves to consume information and do nothing about it - then sit back and enjoy the show. But the answers will not work for you. It's like buying a gym membership and hoping that paying for the subscription will make you lose weight. Alas, that's not how it works. An empty gym equals an empty gym, it does not equal toned muscles or weight loss.
You've got to get your butt off the couch and go to the gym. And get yourself into an aerobics class before you will see any results. Just showing up isn't enough. You have to go to the gym on a consistent basis. And you have to watch what you eat. And you have to change your relationship to food and calorie-filled drinks. You will need to figure out how to motivate yourself on days when you're weak. And you need an accountability partner.
Do the answers work? Yes, they do if you do. And you need a strategy. You can listen to the show all you want but you'll need to tweak what you hear and make it your own. Figure out how you can use a technique in your situation at work or in your company. If you get results we want to hear about it.
About The Show Guests - Can I Be A Guest?
Ask a House Cleaner is just a question and answer show. It's a five to ten-minute show created in snippets that you can consume while driving to the next cleaning account. It's not set up to interview guests. And because the show is so short, it wouldn't do justice to a guest willing to spend some time with you, the listeners. If you have a guest you would like to have interviewed by Angela Brown; you may be a good fit for My Cleaning Connection. Send your query to Angela[@]MyCleaningConnection.com
Ask a House Cleaner is now on YouTube. Grow your cleaning business with one new tip a day. Be sure to subscribe on YouTube so you don't miss a single episode. One tip can change the entire outcome of your business.
Ask a House Cleaner On Podcast
The show Ask a House Cleaner is now on Podcast, available on Itunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, and GooglePlay. If you don't have time to watch the YouTube version - you can learn the exact same tips in your car while driving to your next cleaning appointment.
If You're New To Podcasts
Here's how it works: On your smartphone, tablet or computer, you probably have a free account with iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or SoundCloud. Inside any of those apps, search for podcasts. Once the podcast app opens, search for the title
Ask a House Cleaner
When you see this picture, click on the button that says "Subscribe."
That's it. It will automatically download one new episode each day for your learning library.
And if you're more of a visual person and you want to watch rather than listen, you can catch all the episodes on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe there too. They'll alert you each day when the new episode has been released.
I'm super excited about spending more time with you, on a topic we both are passionate about - House Cleaning. Hooray!
During the shows we recommend services, sites, and products to help you improve your cleaning and grow your cleaning business. We have partnerships with these companies to provide you with discounts, and savings. By clicking on and buying from the links in the show notes, we may receive a commission which helps pay for the production costs of the show.
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