Solo Cleaning School

I Felt Limited with Ronita Jefferson

December 16, 2019 Episode 19
Solo Cleaning School
I Felt Limited with Ronita Jefferson
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Solo Cleaning School
I Felt Limited with Ronita Jefferson
Dec 16, 2019 Episode 19
Ken Carfagno

After 20 years of working in the medical field, Ronita was offered an opportunity to work part time as a solo cleaner. The position was commission based, so she started earning part time close to her full time job income. This built her dream that she could leave corporate America to start her own solo cleaning business, Divine Commercial Cleaning Services. Within a few years, Ronita felt like she was back in corporate America because of the choices she made in her cleaning business. She took on a high paying client in another town which required daily driving 60 miles each way. In her own words, she could not grow any more due to three things:

  1. "I'm a solo cleaner."
  2. "I couldn't get out an advertise my work."
  3. "I felt limited."

This was the point in her journey where I met Ronita and started coaching her through this difficult time. Her interview shares the rest of the story.

Show Notes

After 20 years of working in the medical field, Ronita was offered an opportunity to work part time as a solo cleaner. The position was commission based, so she started earning part time close to her full time job income. This built her dream that she could leave corporate America to start her own solo cleaning business, Divine Commercial Cleaning Services. Within a few years, Ronita felt like she was back in corporate America because of the choices she made in her cleaning business. She took on a high paying client in another town which required daily driving 60 miles each way. In her own words, she could not grow any more due to three things:

  1. "I'm a solo cleaner."
  2. "I couldn't get out an advertise my work."
  3. "I felt limited."

This was the point in her journey where I met Ronita and started coaching her through this difficult time. Her interview shares the rest of the story.

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