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We often have many opportunities each day to say things when talking to clients and employees that can help us improve our relationship with them, and build trust. But, it’s often not the standard response you may first think of.
Check out today’s fast paced video where Dan talks about the power of what we say and the opportunities to wisely use it in trying to build relationships of trust with prospects, customers and employees.
Thanks for watching our video, Cleaning Business Tip: Say the Connecting Thing vs Distancing Thing and be sure to check out Cleaning Business Tip: Know THIS for Upcoming Jobs, THESE for Active where talks about 2 key numbers to keep profitable jobs, profitable.
Plus, we hope you continue to watch out Dan’s weekly videos in the future to hear his latest ideas, tips and strategies ‘concerning things you’re concerned about’, such as how to bid cleaning jobs profitably. You’ll quickly discover practical keys about what it really takes to flip a cleaning company from painful to profitable. Want to flip yours?
Thanks Scott, Dan
Dan, excellent tips your right when it comes to dropping off a bid that is very standard I admit I've done that many times. Every client I go through I measure every room individually using my laser meter so I have a precise price I can give to the client giving them hours per trip, hours per week, hours per month and a total hours per year being very detailed. People like that even though you don't make that software anymore I've made my own software to extend the bid more detail. It's always good to be personal let them know you care you know there's a 50/50 chance sometimes sometimes there's a 60/40 chance how you go about it. Good advice