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After starting a cleaning business from scratch with almost no money, Joshua Latimer struggled to find a way to have the business success he wanted along with the family work balance that is so important. Typically in the beginning, businesses struggle to produce revenue so the founder needs to work a lot of hours in an attempt to generate cash flow.

However, after achieving cash flow the business owner now is trapped doing all of the jobs inside the business. Joshua embraced the concept of implementing simple systems into his small business in an effort to set himself free.  It worked big time and Joshua eventually grew his cleaning business to produce over $150,000 a month in revenue. The last two years before Joshua sold off his cleaning business he only worked 4 hours per week because of all of the systems he had put in place.

You too can learn how to achieve this type of business by listening to our podcast or checking out Joshuas online small business bootcamp located at www.AutomateGrowSell.com. Joshua now lives in Costa Rica with his wife and 4 kids while running a software company called www.SendJim.io

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  1. Ken Huston II on March 15, 2017 at 3:07 AM

    Josh, just found you in the internet world. Love your story and love what you are doing in life man. I’m in Muskegon MI and have a business that caters to apartment complexes and rentals providing painting, resurfacing of tubs and counter tops and carpet cleaning. With two and a half years under our belt we have gone from me starting from nothing and cleaning apts myself to doing a quarter million in 2017. I would love to talk to ya brother. Even get together for lunch next time you are in Mi.

  2. Marcy Boyles on April 20, 2017 at 1:19 AM

    I want to learn to build a lucrative business. I am recently divorced after 27 years. Did not see it coming-and I am practically broke. I love your story! 🙂

  3. Marcy Boyles on April 20, 2017 at 1:20 AM

    I would love to learn more about how you actually did this.

  4. Anthony Crane on December 28, 2018 at 12:12 AM

    Josh , I’m a 27 year veteran in the window cleaning business. My Dad and I started in 1991.

    I’m looking to add services to our operation. I have a few questions that I haven’t heard you address yet.

    May I talk with you ?



    Crane Window Service

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