10k to become a Carpet Jedi

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Nomad74

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Yeah, Gotta give him credit, he just keeps trying. This looks more like the toned down version. But eventually the flash will come out. Guys like that can't help themselves.
 
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Dude got dark! :eekk:

Good video for him, he was so much calmer. 10k is steep but he is right it can cut years off the learning curve.
His problem will be those that need him most have the least to spend. 10K will be out of reach.

Those that have the 10k already know enough they won't see the value in up'ing their game.

At least he hasn't given up and has a much better approach.
 
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Dude got dark! :eekk:

Good video for him, he was so much calmer. 10k is steep but he is right it can cut years off the learning curve.
His problem will be those that need him most have the least to spend. 10K will be out of reach.

Those that have the 10k already know enough they won't see the value in up'ing their game.

At least he hasn't given up and has a much better approach.
I got paid ten grand to become guru from some apartment complexes lol.
 
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DAT

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Dude got dark! :eekk:

Good video for him, he was so much calmer. 10k is steep but he is right it can cut years off the learning curve.
His problem will be those that need him most have the least to spend. 10K will be out of reach.

Those that have the 10k already know enough they won't see the value in up'ing their game.

At least he hasn't given up and has a much better approach.
This board cuts years off the learning curve....
 
#22
I wish I had $10k to mail out some eddm fliers. That's the only way to get decent new customers. The way I did it (about $300budget) only gave me a 1% return of business and only 100% return of investment, which isn't worth messing with
 
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I wish I had $10k to mail out some eddm fliers. That's the only way to get decent new customers. The way I did it (about $300budget) only gave me a 1% return of business and only 100% return of investment, which isn't worth messing with
Mikey and I can probably share an experience while in Minneapolis MN about a cleaning company that sent something like 750,000 mailer type units.... When people don't buy... They don't buy.... You would think he was going to have an anurism waiting for the phone to ring.... And they got a GREAT deal on the mailer...better than any of us will ever receive.

If you don't have that kind of money to throw around and lose for sometime.... Focus on what you do well... And continue to do that... Have others talk about you and share the great things about you... For free!

If you try to play like the rich with big bucks and multiple investors you will loose!

Slow and steady growth... Be a boutique cleaner.

Don't be a McDonalds... Be the family joint with a line of waiting clients a block long....

My . 32 cents of free thoughts... :)
 
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