What piece of advice would you give to wannabe’s & newbies?

rob allen

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sbsscn

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mine is

stop being a wannabe and just be.
get your butt into a iicrc class or at least take a course from TMF

to Newbies
get your butt into a iicrc class or at least take a course from TMF

that way you wont feel that everything is so new, and confusing
 

rob allen

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mine is

stop being a wannabe and just be.
get your butt into a iicrc class or at least take a course from TMF

to Newbies
get your butt into a iicrc class or at least take a course from TMF

that way you wont feel that everything is so new, and confusing
True that
 

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True that
The newbies will become an extinct species soon. As you know, many gigs pay enough to get their beak wet without getting muscles involved, and carpet cleaning is just that. I'm not saying carpet cleaning doesn't require any thought process; advertising, marketing, and planning have a big say, but in the digital era, everything is upside down. We might have been working on our organic SEO and getting by without paying thousands. Still, nowadays, I see companies being in business for barely two years and having over 1000 reviews. I wonder how they got them. For all I know, carpet cleaning will be done remotely soon.
With state-of-the-art equipment being a norm, clients demand better results, but we come daily to the same neglected surfaces that we remember 10 or 20 years ago, so nothing changed in that regard.
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