I ask my 13 year old son if he wanted to be a carpet cleaner when he grows up. He said no. I want to be a firefighter. I said what turns on women more firefighters or carpet cleaners? He said REALLY DAD. But I see women get so excited when I show up. And if you really want to turn women on clean her tile and grout.
$15/hr at 17 looked great. Turns out I'm a no meth needed tweaker and can't stop cleaning. Then I found out I like people, working for em, training them, selling to them, dealing with their shit, promoting them. Then I saw 5k monthly contracts every business I walked into, and realized you can "get rich" cleaning. It's not easy, and you have to be ready to go anywhere, anytime and work for any amount of time, but I am. It's hard, it's scary, it's complicated, but it's mine, and it's my employees, and it's my clients. I have more fun on good days in the office and in the field than anywhere else. That's why.