Obsessive-Compulsive Cleaners are among us. They clean our homes with OCD counting rituals and approval addiction. But are obsessive-compulsive cleaners able to do the same job as regular maids?
On this cleaning channel, we Ask a House Cleaner about obsessive-compulsive cleaners. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives expert cleaning tips for OCD housekeepers. Your worksheets allow you to keep your counting in check. And inspecting your work as you go keeps you on task.
Also recommended for obsessive-compulsive disorder symptoms is CBT. (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
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People pleasers are common among house cleaner and maid service providers. Pleasing people is what we’re paid to do. As people pleasers, we strive to exceed customers’ expectations. But it can get out of hand when there is a lack of boundaries.
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we look at people pleasers who go above and beyond for their clients. And the pros and cons for maids.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru lends tips on how to set realistic expectations. Be a savvy cleaner with boundaries and an occasional Mulligan tossed in for good measure.
Shark-proof! It’s the easiest solution to the complaints “The maid is a crybaby.” “The house cleaner is emotionally unstable.” “The housekeeper is bent out of shape.”
What is the shark-proof concept? And what does it have to do with a teary-eyed house cleaner and customer feedback?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru shares tips today on Ask a House Cleaner for the people pleasers. If you’re a maid living on the edge of your emotions you need a shark-proof box. Get a shark proof cage and sharkproof yourself to be a savvy cleaner.
Diversity for house cleaners is paramount to the success of your cleaning business. Why diversity? Because respect for cultural sensibilities is necessary for house cleaning employees and customer service.
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we look at the benefits of the diversity of opinions, and diversity of work ethics.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru has news for your maid service. “If you want to grow your cleaning business, be a savvy cleaner and embrace the differences.”
Prejudice and bias towards house cleaners? If you are a cleaning service provider you’re feeling the pinch from homeowner prejudice. Stuck in an old-fashioned mindset of chauvinism, racism, and bigotry. Maids and housekeepers with tattoos and facial piercings are feeling unwelcome.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru does a deep dive into open mindedness with a plea to home owners. “Hold off on the judgment, prejudice and pious attitude. Permission of acceptance the new norm. Get rid of your animosity, ageism, and sexism.
A savvy cleaner knows that appearance and first impressions matter. But homeowners need to realize that narrow-mindedness and house cleaning don’t mix.