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.
Don’t let them fool you. You see, while growing sales to the magical $1,000,000 a year figure can be a good thing – there’s no guarantees it will be. That’s right, a cleaning company doing half that figure can often be just as profitable, fun and satisfying to own and run. It all depends on ‘getting under the hood’ of the either business and seeing how the systems, people and profitability of each are ‘running’
Check out today’s fast paced video where Dan will explain why sales alone isn’t the key to having a fun, profitable and smooth running business. He’ll share the two ‘things’ that generally determine if a cleaning business owner is HAPPY – and how that happiness is fortunately quite possible to achieve in businesses doing much less than a million dollars in annual revenue.
Thanks for watching our video, You Don’t Need $1,000,000/Year Cleaning Business, and be sure to check out our video, Less Drama, More Focus where Dan explains how common yet unproductive nearly all of our ‘fuming’ is – and then an example in his own cleaning business where he and his business partner frequently experienced drama and venting – until they finally tried to stop it by ‘catching themselves’ when it was happening.
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?
Well said George, wishing you all good things, Dan
Thanks Dan, This message is coming to me at the right time. I recently set my goal for 1 million, and shifted my focus from quality to sales growth at any cost. Unfortunately, losing a couple contracts along the way due to ignoring service request from these two existing customers. I think the key is finding a balance between quailty and growth to reach a happy state with