Whether you work from home or in an office, you surely spend a lot of time in front of your desk, which means you touch and grab things with your hands (like phones, keyboards, etc). By touching them, two things happen: if your hands are not clean, they’ll get those things dirty; and if those things are dirty, but your hands are clean, your hands will get dirty. We could say that when two things make contact, the dirtiest one gets the other one dirty. A good reason to keep your workplace clean. But how?
2) Flyers and brochures- these will work anywhere. Go around the neighborhood; give some flyers to restaurants, schools, offices, as well as to individuals. If you hope to specialize, target that specific crowd. People won’t need to be persuaded to enlist the help of experts when it comes to cleaning, so by covering a wide radius with your information, you’ll get a good many calls.
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7) BUSINESS GIFTS – You can deduct business gifts up to $25 per person each year. If you are giving a gift to a business and do not designate who the gift is for, there is no limit.
Step Two: Do some research. Of course you’ll be looking to hire a reputable firm, so you want to make sure the firm is fully insured, has a good track record and provides a full-range of services. Much of this information can be gleaned from the company’s website. If not, ring them up and start asking questions. Don’t feel pressured to agree to an estimate if you don’t get the answers you’re looking for.
Use your passions! Do you make your own crafts? Are you a great cook? Perhaps you are proficient with your digital camera or love making handcrafted jewelry. Just think of your hobbies and interests.
I’m sure if you are honest you would say that the clean, bright and well taken care of building would win the day. The assumption (even if you don’t consciously think about it) is that the better looking building houses a better company that takes pride in everything it does – including its appearance.
When it comes down to it, being thorough will pay off. It may be a lot of extra work, but imagine the trouble it would save you. If you are completely positive that there is no way the person you want to hire is going to cause you harm then chances are you are right. Doing research is not as long a process and it would be to repair the damage someone scamming you may cause. The main thing to consider is if you want to take extra precautions, would you rather be safe than sorry? In the end it comes down to company decisions and the steps that they want to take, but it should definitely be considered.