Solo Cleaning School

It Was Hard to Leave

December 09, 2019 Episode 17
Solo Cleaning School
It Was Hard to Leave
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Solo Cleaning School
It Was Hard to Leave
Dec 09, 2019 Episode 17
Ken Carfagno

Many have asked me, "Ken, how did you sell you're solo cleaning business." They want to hear the steps and the numbers. In this episode, I share the emotional rollercoaster of selling our business. If you are a solo cleaner and you've considered selling, make sure to listen. It wasn't about the steps or the numbers. That was a necessary part, but it wasn't the main part. The main part was the heart. Truly, it was so difficult to leave my New York cleaning families.

Mentions:

  • In the Handy Dan Funny Papers, I reference shopping at the discount racks and a former podcast episode, "The Jeans Don't Fit". I also would like to plug Dan LaVigne and his handyman services company, "Handy Dan", in Scotia, NY. Dan is a true craftsman and does it right with integrity.
  • I mention the man that I sold my NY solo cleaning company. If you're in the Capital Region of New York and need a house or office cleaner, reach out to Ian Traynor of Albany Pure Cleaning. He is also a craftsman and truly takes care of his families as I taught him.
  • Many have asked me about the mentorship program I have my boys in. It's amazing! Check out the Royal Rangers national website. They have an outpost finder to locate the closest church to you. If you'd like to attend as a guest, let me know and I'll be glad to call ahead and let them know you're coming.
Show Notes

Many have asked me, "Ken, how did you sell you're solo cleaning business." They want to hear the steps and the numbers. In this episode, I share the emotional rollercoaster of selling our business. If you are a solo cleaner and you've considered selling, make sure to listen. It wasn't about the steps or the numbers. That was a necessary part, but it wasn't the main part. The main part was the heart. Truly, it was so difficult to leave my New York cleaning families.

Mentions:

  • In the Handy Dan Funny Papers, I reference shopping at the discount racks and a former podcast episode, "The Jeans Don't Fit". I also would like to plug Dan LaVigne and his handyman services company, "Handy Dan", in Scotia, NY. Dan is a true craftsman and does it right with integrity.
  • I mention the man that I sold my NY solo cleaning company. If you're in the Capital Region of New York and need a house or office cleaner, reach out to Ian Traynor of Albany Pure Cleaning. He is also a craftsman and truly takes care of his families as I taught him.
  • Many have asked me about the mentorship program I have my boys in. It's amazing! Check out the Royal Rangers national website. They have an outpost finder to locate the closest church to you. If you'd like to attend as a guest, let me know and I'll be glad to call ahead and let them know you're coming.
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