What if You Hate Your Cleaning Job? The energy you put is contagious like a virus. Here are some ways you can cope at work when the cleaning job is frustrating.
Are you paralyzed by cleaning customers who think they are better than you? Many house cleaners and maids have thin skin. Some clients will act like they’re better than you with put-downs disguised as jokes.
Beware of critical comments, superior behavior and other unwelcome comments that provoke shame.
Nobody is better than you. The inferiority complex is part of keeping up with the Jones’s and is judgmental and can make you feel bad if you let it.
The fear of rejection is common. And house cleaners face negativity every day. But how do you overcome the fear of rejection? Is is possible to reprogram your mind for a more positive outlook on life?
Angela Brown says yes. On today’s Ask a House Cleaner she recommends overcoming the fear of rejection with self-help tapes while sleeping. “You’re going to get negative feedback but you can reframe your thinking. Reprogram your subconscious mind. ”
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“Haters, bullies and trolls are mean-spirited people trying to bloke block me so I can’t grow my cleaning company.”
We Ask a House Cleaner about haters and difficult people (i.e. the annoying competitor.)
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips on haters. Bleep and block the adversary or mean maid. You can’t grow your cleaning business if you focus on the antagonist in your way. Speed cleaning your social media of opposers frees you from your enemies.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training for house cleaners and maids. My Cleaning Connection – a resource hub for cool cleaning stuff. And HouseCleaning360.com where you can list your cleaning business and find leads.