Burnout: A House Cleaners Survival Guide

Burnout solutions for house cleaners How Do You Deal With House Cleaning Burnout? (Your Answers)   Monitor your employees. Look for signs that include doubt, feelings of ineffectiveness, or being tired. Rotating team members usually infuses a new energy and can help reboot the attitudes of your employees. Provide ongoing training for your employees. Training ...
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Angela,I read your newsletters ALL the time...and I love them! I look forward to them, and I use the tips and tricks in my own home.I was unusually impressed this post with the idea that your mental health has SO much to do with mundane tasks like cleaning or being at work. If we stay healthy in all the right ways, those mundane tasks can make our life meaningful and fulfilling.Way to go in presenting this in such an exciting way. It is also fun that you add so much of 'you' in the posts. This makes it personable and real.Well Done!

Thanks Jenipher. I appreciate you reading and responding. Your kind words just made my day. This is me smiling from ear to ear. 🙂 Hugs & Happiness - Angela

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Angela Brown @SavvyCleaner Founder: The Savvy Cleaner Network WHAT I DO: I train people how to start their own house cleaning businesses, find clients, earn endless referrals and provide spectacular customer service as a cleaning service provider.

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