Whoa.. and jealousy of success exposes itself... This thread kinda reminds me of one guy in particular on the PWRA forum is apparently a millionaire in the PW game, but he is cynical, negative, and doesn't really bring much to the table.
I'm new to the game, but here is what I know: You can learn and apply something from anything you watch/listen to, try it more than once, tweak it if it works for you, jettison it if it doesn't.
Keith Kalfas videos are valuable for anything you take from it that helps you grow a business. He has his own way to clean windows, but show me two window cleaning technique twins. He may not have dazzled any superstars here, but here's what I get from Keith Kalfas:
Hustle, grind, and keep moving.
Multiple revenue streams are a good thing. Guess who is still getting paid while work is slow and other window cleaners are complaining in a forum?
Don't wait to be the perfect window cleaner, start now.
He gets things done.
You know Kalfas, like Josh, built businesses in one of the most economically disadvantaged places in the country right?
That's motivating in itself! If your market is better than Detroit or Flint you already have an advantage over Josh and Keith!
If Josh is a conman, he's got me hook, line, and sinker. I've listened to his podcast, many episodes on loop. He has MILLIONAIRES on in the housecleaning, pressure washing, and window cleaning industry... so who cares how you feel about Josh?
Millionaires like him enough to share their stories and deliver helpful information to thousands of window cleaners and pressure washers. Don't buy the stuff he's selling if you don't want to. The information is gold!
I'm not the best window cleaner or the best pressure washer, but I do know cynics and naysayers aren't happy unless they're unhappy. And that sounds miserable.
Everyone has their own opinion and mine is that you keep hustling, keep grinding, and take whatever information is valuable TO YOU from any source available.