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The Round-Up: How to be Confident Even When You’re Not, How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Linen, Proper Carpet Cleaning (4-part Series), and 5 Parenting Skills that Lead to Better Business Management

Red Wine SpillGreetings, and welcome to the Round-Up! The Round-Up is a feature where we collect some of the more interesting cleaning industry stories from around the web and present them to you in one convenient post.

Please enjoy, and let us know if you have any coverage suggestions.

How to be Confident Even When You’re Not,” Kevin Daum, Inc.com.

In business relationships, confidence is key. There are plenty of scenarios, however, where presenting an air of confidence can be difficult, such as if you’re bidding on a huge job or if you’re dealing with stress in your personal life. Here are some tips on how to seem confident, no matter what’s on your mind.  Read more here.

How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Linen and Cotton,” Mikey’s Board.

Red wine stains can be some of the most difficult to remove, especially from fibrous materials. Lucky for us, Mikey’s Board has done it again with a thorough how-to guide to address this common problem. Read the full article here.

The Fundamentals of Carpet Extraction,” Kassandra Kania, CleanLink blog.

A four-part article series covering the essentials of professional carpet cleaning. From beginning each job with vacuuming, to trying out some “green” alternatives to traditional carpet cleaning chemicals, this guide from CleanLink covers all the basics. Read more here.

5 Parenting Skills That Make You Better At Running a Business” Gwen Moran, Entrepreneur.com.

There are a number of ways that parenting can prepare you for employee management (and vice versa). Enforcing the rules, calling out bad behavior, and treating everyone fairly are some of the basic tenets of family life that also apply to businesses. For more, see the full article.

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