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post #1 of Old 08-06-2018, 10:58 PM Thread Starter
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Hello my name is Cheryl

I own a Home & Business Concierge Company. I look forward to informative posts.
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post #2 of Old 12-17-2018, 10:32 PM
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Hello Cheryl! I am Raina.. a newbie here!
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post #3 of Old 12-20-2018, 06:31 PM
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Hi Cheryl,
I am Annie. I live in South Florida. I do residential cleaning and love my work.
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post #4 of Old 12-20-2018, 08:42 PM
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Hi Cheryl,
I am Annie. I live in South Florida. I do residential cleaning and love my work.
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Hello Annie!!
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post #5 of Old 12-22-2018, 12:04 PM
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Ladies, we should get a discussion going on WHY we like our work. If someone had told me even just 10 years ago that I would end up cleaning houses and liking it I was have laughed. NO WAY. I didnt give a whit about cleaning until I was recovering from a major illness. I couldnt clean my house, and I began seeing it in a different way. I used cleaning my own home as therapy. And I came to enjoy it! I know thats odd but it is the truth.
What I like about cleaning is: its both mental and physical. I am 68 and need physical work to stay fit. I enjoy the mental aspect, always figuring out how to best clean a home. Ie, where do I start and where do I end. My vacuums have headlights and boy do they help me do a good job! Cant imagine NOT using one of those vacuums. My lights show me just how dusty any home really is, and what sorts of odd things are on floors. That way I dont accidentally vacuum up a large nail or something that could damage it. SEEING so much more clearly speeds up my work too. I know much more about what needs to be done. I also enjoy the majority of my customers. If I pick up a stinker, and it cannot be fixed, I move on. I enjoy interacting with my customers pets too. Especially cats but most dogs.
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Ladies, we should get a discussion going on WHY we like our work. If someone had told me even just 10 years ago that I would end up cleaning houses and liking it I was have laughed. NO WAY. I didnt give a whit about cleaning until I was recovering from a major illness. I couldnt clean my house, and I began seeing it in a different way. I used cleaning my own home as therapy. And I came to enjoy it! I know thats odd but it is the truth.
What I like about cleaning is: its both mental and physical. I am 68 and need physical work to stay fit. I enjoy the mental aspect, always figuring out how to best clean a home. Ie, where do I start and where do I end. My vacuums have headlights and boy do they help me do a good job! Cant imagine NOT using one of those vacuums. My lights show me just how dusty any home really is, and what sorts of odd things are on floors. That way I dont accidentally vacuum up a large nail or something that could damage it. SEEING so much more clearly speeds up my work too. I know much more about what needs to be done. I also enjoy the majority of my customers. If I pick up a stinker, and it cannot be fixed, I move on. I enjoy interacting with my customers pets too. Especially cats but most dogs.
We all grew up wanting to be something extraordinary. We still are
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LOL! Great answer. As an RN I HAD to do things properly, HAD to work erfficiently and HAD to be careful. Its the same thing in my cleaning work.
This is interesting but true. I had to stop working as a nurse because I had a serious illness. During my lengthy recovery, my brain somehow changed. I had never cared about cleaning. Didn't even own a vacuum cleaner! Well, I started to become a bit OCD about cleaning, and of course my first attempts were laughable. But over time I learned a lot and found I enjoyed this sort of work. That is when I started my business. I have now been doing almost 4 years.
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post #8 of Old 03-03-2019, 11:32 PM
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I was looking at the Concierge niche myself. Was thinking of starting one in Puerto Rico as a Concierge business looked promising there with additional benefits of having a business there. If anyone wants to tell me about there business im down to chat with you.
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