I’ll Tell You Mine, Will You Tell Me Yours? Parent Lessons

Whether you’re just starting a cleaning business or simply want to learn new and better ways to keep your existing janitorial or residential cleaning company profitable, in these videos Dan covers everything from the latest trends in janitorial bidding and inspection software to proven marketing strategies to help you grow.

Parents teach us lessons; some of them are key to the way we run our cleaning businesses. They can range from principles to live by to small habits to follow.

Check out today’s fast paced video where Dan gets personal for a minute; sharing a little bit of background about his own parents and then gets right into three specific lessons they taught him – that affected how he ran his janitorial business and now his software company.

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Thanks for watching our video, I’ll Tell You Mine, Will You Tell Me Yours? Parent Lessons and be sure to check out our video, Does Your Cleaning Business Have 1 Visual ‘Hook’? where Dan explains why having a MGP or UCA or USP is great, but it can be made even better if you add one specific ingredient – making it visual. Then he gives a specific example, which may or may not be right for you; either way, keep ‘making it visual’ on your radar when you’re creating your own powerful marketing messages.

Plus, we hope you continue to check 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?


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Thanks Margit, well said! Thanks for sharing your parent lesson story. Dan

Margit Hutton

I learned plenty, but one thing that certainly applies in any business, is this phrase, " under promise and over deliver." This means everybody is a winner. When you allow extra time for life's "expected" things,you do not run late or deliver late, the customer is happy that you kept your word and in the event you finish early, if nothing unexpected happens, then the customer feels special because you put him in first place. It is a win-win. The reverse "over promise and under deliver is a catastrophe for your business and client relationship. No body wins in that case. That is just one thing I learned from my parents. Respectfully, Margit Hutton