The friendly window cleaner

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by kars, Nov 14, 2011.

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  1. kars

    kars Guest

    Well chuffed today when i went into our local bakers and one of the assistance informed me iwas getting a reputation for being "the friendly" window cleaner. lol :)
  2. Masons

    Masons Guru

    Oct 18, 2011
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    Round here I am known as the "Peeping Tom".

    lol i kid :)
  3. vito61

    vito61 Well-Known Member

    Sep 21, 2011
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    You can't buy a good reputation, you have to earn it. So well done.
    Also remember this - It can take a long time to earn a good reputation but you can lose it over***ht. Guard it well.

    Prior to being a window cleaner I was a coal man. I had the reputation as "The Clean Coal man". Somethings are a state of mind that causes other things to naturally follow.
  4. badbusdriver

    badbusdriver Guest

    It is just that kind of reputation that picks up work through word of mouth, which as we all know, is by far the best way, so well done!. It costs nothing to be nice to people, not just customers, and that can only be good for your business. I recently picked up a new customer, she said that her last window cleaner was, and i quote; 'very rude'!, now there may well be two sides to this, but being a window cleaner, and being rude, are never going to work!.
  5. MathewL

    MathewL Guest

    I am known as kangaroo jack as i am from Australia.
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