Allison Hester has 25 years experience working both sides of the media field. Through her advertising and public relations experiences, Allison has helped dozens of businesses in a variety of industries obtain both local and national media coverage. On the media side, she has served as the managing editor for three publications, as well as…
Beth Borrego is a small business owner, and the co-founder of See Dirt Run! Inc. based in Germantown, Maryland. See Dirt Run! Inc. specializes in wood care and restoration, with an emphasis on wood restoration and maintenance for log and cedar homes, and decks. Borrego is also and a freelance writer for Cleaner Times Magazine,…See This Podcast's Full Page
Michael Dahlke grew up blue collar with a working class family but he always had an interest in business. Today Michael runs a multi million dollar cleaning business with a large team and also spends time giving back by speaking at industry events. This is a great conversation as he shares insights he has learned…
Employee issues are the number one pain point for most small businesses. How do you make a good hire? How do you filter through the bad apples? Join me today as I take a quick look into this process and how a couple simple mental shifts can add a lot of value to your business.…
Henry Bockman is a Navy Veteran that served with an F-14 Squadron on the USS America as an Aviation Ordinance man that specialized in Explosives and weapons. After leaving the military he started a home maintenance company in Maryland called Henry’s Housework. Since 1989 Henry Bockman has dedicated himself to learning everything he can about…
Howard Partridge started his cleaning business out of the trunk of his car and built it up to a multi-million dollar, turnkey business. He has 40 team members that run his companies for him. For the past 20 years, Howard has been helping business owners learn his proven systems so they can stop being a…
Circling back and verifying with customers that they appreciated your work is scary. I used to never do follow-up calls. What a mistake! There are so many ways to reach out to previous customers and it doesn’t have to be scary. They hold valuable information that you need to improve your business and are usually happy to provide it. Josh also goes over how to quickly turn customer reviews into a number system that makes sense.
A CRM keeps your business’s name in front of the customer, which will eventually grow your name and create an invaluable buzz! Steve comes from Florida and was successful in the cleaning business years ago. Today he shares the context of what lead him to create such a game-changing software that so many of us in the industry use today.
Chris Lambrinides is back for a second time! A guest on our most listened to podcast, Chris has new things to share (like his new book and the scoop on the biggest convention in the cleaning industry). Chris tells us why the cleaning business can be difficult to scale, shares his light bulb moment, discusses marketing vs. sales, explains staying lean, and talks about using customer lists the right way. Welcome back!
Have you ever heard of self limiting beliefs? Well, even if you have, I’d like to share with you from my personal standpoint just how powerful the way we think about our business can be. Are you holding yourself back through self limiting beliefs?
Lee Burbidge, founder and editor of Window Cleaning Magazine joins us today from the UK! A successful YouTuber and entrepreneur, he speaks of his experiences of all over the world by beginning with a small residential window cleaning business.
“And I’m thinking, does this guy want me to drop three dollars or something? Is this guy the right customer for me? I think about what I’m supposed to do, and it’s a matter of being brave and actually telling the customer that the relationship might not work out.” Listen to the rest in this Quick Talk Podcast!
Welcome to the first Quick Talk RAW! A miniature version of Quick Talk where I just talk to you straight up – like a real person. Not any marketing silliness or cheesiness. The most valuable asset your company has is your current book of business. The people who have already paid you money in the past? Do something for them.
Smart phones will know everything that is going on in the service industry. The future will be automated and document everything that goes on in your home and let us know, to the second, just how much time we spend in a customer’s home.
This podcast touches on search engine optimization and on how technology can truly benefit the future growth of your company with Derek Christian.
“So many get stuck on pricing. And to be honest, there’s deep psychological baggage that is behind most of our self-limiting pricing beliefs. Which – and I’m not a psychologist and I’m not a psychiatrist – I’ve come to realize that its a big part of what needs to be overcome.”
I almost guarantee all of you have never heard of this guy. The way I was introduced to him was through a friend of a friend. He has a carpet cleaning business. He studied philosophy and economics in college, and even had a stint in law school. Completed law school and almost opened a franchise.
He circled back and has a carpet cleaning business that does over $15 million a year. In this podcast we explore what lead Michael Kaplan to be so bold.
Matt Rall was born in Papua New Guinea to missionary parents. He never thought he would wind up running a large cleaning business located across multiple states producing $5,000,000+ in revenue and growing like a rocket ship. Matt has a unique perspective because he started his career in business consulting and worked for many years in…
By investing in employees, Michael Dahlke took a business from $60,000 in revenue to over $2,000,000 in just a few short years! He describes himself as “nothing special” and just a regular blue collar kid from a small town. He attributes his amazing success in the cleaning business to the team that he has built. …
David Carroll had a tough life in many ways growing up. He went to 9 different high schools and made friendships with a lot of the wrong people and ended up serving some time in prison. Join us today as we discuss what it takes to pull yourself out of a rut and relentlessly build…
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