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Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Episode 129

Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Episode 129

[00:03] This is episode 1:29. Uh, we’re going to talk about value in what we do to take stress away from you. We are complete carpet, carpet cleaning Tulsa and surrounding communities since 1998. We’d love you to check out our website and complete carpet and learn more about us and what we can do for you or give us a call today and schedule your next service at nine. One eight, four, nine, four, seven, zero nine, three or connect with us on forward slash complete carpet, carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998. Has allowed us to expand our offerings into cleaning, carpet cleaning, carpet repair, really stretching and upholstery cleaning. We love for you to connect with us and see what we can do to help to keep maintain the health and wellbeing of your carpet. I’m want to talk about this time is the value in what we do so that you don’t have to worry about it.

[00:47] Um, this is this particular episode. We’re going to go over some of the things with some of our values, some of the reasons, the impetus behind what we’re trying to do and accomplish, um, is that, um, anytime you let a service person into your home, uh, one of the things you want to be careful with is that you’re letting a stranger come in. You don’t want somebody who’s, you know, unknown factor coming in. And so there’s an amount of stress that’s just connected with the unknown. One of the things my dad used to always tell me, and I’ve, I’ve kept it as a, as a life long purpose, a lifelong goal of my, of me is that said, the reason people don’t like their work, the people, the reason they don’t like their job is because they don’t really know what they’re doing. A, we get really good at play and we typically are not very good at our work. carpet cleaning Tulsa

[01:33] He said if it wasn’t work, we would just call it play because then we enjoy it because it, it’s fun. And so we do call it work because it is difficult and it is a struggle, but you can transition work as close to plays you can get by making it less noticeable. They said the more of an expert that you become, the more that you completely understand all of the ups and downs, all of the pitfalls and the problems that are gonna happen with that particular job. The better prepared you are, the more that you will understand what it is it is going to be asked of you. What is it you’re running to do? Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998. We have had all kinds of ask. I’ve done all kinds of different jobs. We’ve covered all kinds of different services and stuff for people to the point where there’s almost nothing that surprises me anymore.

[02:14] I even had one time a customer called me and asked me to clean up pony poo in their living room. I will definitely have that story. Another time for you. Um, that’d be a great. We’ll do that in our next episode. Um, but, uh, right now we’re talking about, uh, being able to stick to what it is that you do. So many people don’t stay in a job long enough, uh, they’re there for a year or two, maybe three years, and they just hate the job the entire time because they never really quite get a grasp of what they’re doing. And if you can spend the right amount of time to where you master what it is you’re doing, if you really nailed down the work that you’re doing, then eventually it becomes second nature. And eventually you’ve run into every problem that that job can throw at you. carpet cleaning Tulsa

[02:52] And you now know all of the solutions. And when you know all the solutions, there’s a joy that comes in that there’s a joy in accomplishing good because you know that you knew what to do and that it was simple. A great example of this is if you jump in your car and you drive a certain path, let’s say you’re driving to church or you’re driving to work every day, um, overtime you drive that same path long enough and you eventually we’ll get there. Um, and not even remember the path that you took or, or what the drivers like you were carrying on a conversation with a friend in the car and, and you were connecting with the stuff that was going on, or you were listening to the radio and yet the drive was pleasant. You didn’t spend the entire drive stopping going, okay, this stoplight, do I go forward?

[03:31] Do I turn left? Do I turn right? Okay, good. Go Straight. Okay, go through. Now this next stoplight, a lot of people, they look at people who go to travel and they’re trying to use their gps or their. You’ve got a map out. If you go back previous to the GPS times, you had to have a co driver with you and that co driver will pull out a big map and they’d be kind of, maybe you had drawn a pen line across the map trying to figure out where the dots are, where you shouldn’t be going. And those that made driving extremely stressful because you’re driving to somewhere you haven’t been before. You don’t exactly know what turn you’re supposed to go to. So you’re actually literally driving with white knuckled the whole way, just looking around, trying to see where is the, where’s the next exit, when am I still on the right road?

[04:09] How far is it to this next town? When am I supposed to, what, what’s, what am I looking for? What’s the, what’s the markers around here? I’m a complete carpet. Uh, we have been servicing or we have carpet cleaning Tulsa and surrounding communities since 1998. And I remember early in the days back in the nineties and the early two thousands before gps, we get a lot of directions where they gave us a purple cow directions and a purple cow. Directions. I mean they are the directions that you configure out. You can’t find the house. There’s not underdressed there’s not a, uh, a street sign on this particular place, but they can give you three or four different landmarks that if you’re, if you do catch those particular landmarks then you’re good to go. So if you take a, if you go down, you go out on a 70, 71 and you just said 71st.

[04:53] You just head on out until you get to a why need a road now. Now you don’t want to turn on old Juanita road because that will take you on that. That’s the. I’m not on that road. Then. That’s not the road that connected. We need to get to old wanting to rub it. See, it’s old wanting to run. We know that it’s called over one zero, but they don’t have a street sign up anymore. So what you have to look for, it’s the third big giant tree. It’s a pecan trees. It will be a lot of pecans on the ground, but it’s not the first one and it’s not the second one and third one and you’ll know it’s the right one because it’s near a fence. There’s a fence that goes right around it. You got to turn it that big old pecan tree and then you just drive straight down that road.

[05:25] Now as you’re driving down that road, you’re going to pass a large herd of cattle on the left. My house will be the next house, past the cattle on the right. Some days those cattle are not out there grazing on the grass there on the other side of the field, and so you’ll have to instead, you’ll have to look for the the big tractor, and so if you see that big tractor, that means you’ve gone too far, so when you get to the big tractor, just turn around. Do we? You turn there, come back to the first house you run into on your left now and that that’ll be my house and so all of the directions back there left. You’re very stressful. He spent the entire time driving, peaking left, right, left, right? Where is it? Where’s the boundary? Where the nuts. They’re falling into their herd of cattle. carpet cleaning Tulsa

[06:00] I didn’t see the cattle, but I do see the bar. Oh, I’ve gotten too far. I got to turn around, go back, and so you have all of these weird things that are just competing for your attention and so you become very stressed about what it is that you’re doing. Whereas if you drive the same path over and over, eventually get used to it and you don’t even remember driving there because it’s become second nature and that is the joy that you can find in work when you become very good at it. We are complete carpet, carpet cleaning Tulsa running community since 1998. I love for you to connect with us. Find more episodes like this. Find more podcasts on our website and complete carpet Or if you’re looking to schedule, just give us a call directly at nine. One, eight, four, nine, four, seven, zero nine three carpet cleaning Tulsa for over 20 years. We are complete carpet.