I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. (Psalm 139:14 NIV)
A STORY OF DESTINY
DALLAS — Trinette Jacobs will be forever grateful to Michelle Obama, largely because of something the former First Lady of the United States said in I Am Becoming, her globally acclaimed book that was released in 2018.
“Your story is what you have, what you will always have. It is something to own,” Jacobs, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, reciting some thought-provoking counsel by Obama. “Those words resonated with me as I read (I Am Becoming). I’ve always said that my word is the only thing I have, but when I read that, I realized that she was right. Of course, she was right…it’s Michelle Obama. Who could argue with her?”
For Jacobs, such wholesome, life-altering words once uttered by Obama have benefited her mightily, particularly through her awe-inspiring endeavor as an entrepreneur.
Jacobs, much to her credit, has orchestrated a rather intriguing and memorable story as the face of Jaclor Cleaning, her Austin, Texas-based venture that is widely known for offering commercial, post construction, as well as move in and out cleaning.
MORE ON JACLOR CLEANING: https://www.jaclorcleaning.com/
And, just recently, Jacobs’ company announced that its services are available during the coronavirus pandemic crisis.
A rising business that recently commemorated its one-year anniversary in March, Jacobs’ Jaclor Cleaning has become committed to ensuring that its customers enjoy clean facilities and streamlined operations, in large part because this company customarily brings what Jacobs describes as “expertise” to every job, as mentioned in a detailed introduction of her company at http://www.jaclorcleaning.com/about.html.
“Our continual commitment and dedication to deliver a quality service has enabled us to build a solid foundation within the cleaning industry,” Jacobs said. “Our principles and objectives are simple — provide our customers with an affordable quality service to suit their needs and always put our clients first.”
Interestingly, Jacobs refers to Jaclor Cleaning as more of a B2B business, primarily because its target audience is property managers, realtors, builders and iBuyers, she said, adding that due in large part to COVID-19, her company deemed it essential to make adjustments to its business model.
“Our target audience has expanded to include residential and commercial structures, including retail stores, car dealerships, gyms, etc.,” Jacobs said.
A native of Maringouin, Louisiana — a rural establishment in Iberville Parish that is comprised of roughly 1,098 residents, according to the latest U. S. census — Jacobs’ Jaclor Cleaning is starting to expand more outside of the Austin metropolitan area, even starting to generate more of a national presence.
“My mission is quite simple,” Jacobs said. “I have a teenage daughter and I want her to know that anything is possible if you put your mind to it and work hard enough. I want her to develop into a strong, ambitious woman who can achieve whatever she wants despite any obstacles that may arise. My personal mission is to make sure she sees that in her mother daily.”
All the while figuratively writing a life-enhancing story and, most importantly, owning it, as Obama strategically reminds us.
“I’ll admit that one of the best ways to motivate me is to say I can’t do something,” said Jacobs, offering a rather dauntless declaration that, to her credit, has added yet another intriguing one-liner, of sorts, to her story. “I will do everything in my power to prove you wrong or die trying.”
For what it’s worth, one of biggest the reasons Jacobs has enjoyed a considerable amount of success through her venture is that never did she take “no” for an answer, she acknowledged.
“That is what led me to this business,” Jacobs said. “I had been laid off from my job and I needed to help provide for my family. It was the having been unemployed part that forced me to come up with solutions to my problems. I had no options. I had to make this work.”
A PIVOTAL REMINDER…
Indeed, she has. And, much to her delight, she’s been as good advertised as the mastermind of a credible company whose best and brightest days are seemingly well ahead of it.
“My family and friends have definitely been my biggest supporters and inspiration,” Jacobs said. “They always encouraged me when times were difficult and never let me give up, even though I wanted to on occasions. I am eternally grateful to each of them.”
As well as Mrs. Obama, of course.
“Your story is something that can live on beyond the time you live here on earth,” Jacobs said. “Your story is something that you can pass on to your children and they can repeat it to their children and for generations to come.
“Your story describes your accomplishments, your struggles, your emotional ups and downs. Your story can help others achieve their own accomplishments and push through their struggles. Your story is powerful, and it deserves to be told.”
Appropriately and eloquently said by this accomplished Texas businesswoman.
Who could argue with her?
MORE ON JACLOR CLEANING: https://www.jaclorcleaning.com/
For more information Austin, Texas-based Businesswoman Trinette Jacobs of Jaclor Cleaning, to inquire about her services, a public appearance, or speaking engagement, call 512-200-7300 (ext. 700), or connect with her via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/jaclorcleaning/. Also, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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