When is a good time to quit a cleaning client? It’s a tough call when you have to make the decision. A good time to quit is when your gut instinct or intuition kicks in and makes you want to end the contract.
We Ask a House Cleaner business advice for house cleaners and maids.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says more questions are part of finding a good time to quit. Don’t just quit a cleaning client or stop working for a client. It’s a business decision that needs attention.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training, My Cleaning Connection and HouseCleaning360.com
How to end a job, get paid and leave without the house cleaner and homeowner chatting forever. We Ask a House Cleaner tips to end a job after cleaning when you don’t have anywhere else to go.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says the maid service and house cleaning training should have tutorials on how to end a job.
If you run a business it’s not just house cleaning. You’re still working when you’re doing paperwork, social media, inventory, marketing and more. Chatting is not scalable for future employees you hire.
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Get out of the cleaning business because the time is right. But what do you say to your cleaning clients? We Ask a House Cleaner reasons to get out of the cleaning business and how to retire or “graduate.”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives word tracks on how to say goodbye when you get out of the cleaning business.
Whether you’re bored, have new interests to pursue, or you’re worn out, have aged out or have family situations.
Today’s sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com
#HouseCleaning360 is a referral database where your clients can find your maid service replacement.
Kids to work – Bring them yes or no? Nursing mom wants to bring a baby to work and says cleaning with a baby is not a problem because the baby will sleep.
The problem with bringing kids to work is they could get into your cleaning supplies.
Today on Ask a House Cleaner Angela Brown gives us tips for Mom, kids, daycare, day share (instead of daycare, it’s day share.) And how moms swap babysitting. You don’t have to bring your kids to work. Every mom needs a break from babysitting 24/7.
Be a savvy cleaner. Don’t bring children with you to a house cleaning job.
Today’s show sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com
HouseCleaning360 is a business referral network for house cleaners and maids and housekeepers.
Who provides the supplies when I hire a maid? Does the maid bring a vacuum or use mine? Does the maid use my mop? Does she bring cleaning chemicals?
Who provides the supplies? Am I supposed to have some cleaning detergents and solutions of my own?
Who provides the supplies that are non-toxic and environmentally friendly? Is that something I’ve got to pay more for?
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we discuss preferences from a professional house cleaner.
What they have to learn in-house cleaners training. Tips about toxic vs. green cleaning. And the reasons why they restock their supplies over using yours.