My client is moving, how do I raise my prices? Is it better to leave your comfort zone and find new cleaning clients?
Travel expenses cost time and money that add up fast when commuting between houses.
“We got tricked” house cleaners lament. They go to give job estimates only to find the homeowner misrepresents the job. Prices for cleaning change if the messy house is worse than promised.
The hardest money I ever earned came on the heels of business failure. The hardest money I thought was being in business for myself. I was so wrong.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips to avoid the hardest money you’ll ever earn when you close your business. If need be, quit your job, walk away and find a job recruiter. Join a staffing company, have a job interview but don’t tell them you’re a house cleaner. “I went to work for a staffing agency and it was the hardest work I’ve ever done and the hardest job I’ve ever had.”
Cleaning would have been so much easier – and they don’t teach you this in house cleaner training.
Today’s sponsors are My Cleaning Connection (A resource hub with motivational resources to keep you going on the worst day of your life. Also, Savvy Perks, Employee discounts for cleaning employees to inspire them to show up for work tomorrow.