- Fantastic Team
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- Published: May 15, 2017
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Meet the Pros: David Miloshev
This year, we’ve been waiting an awful lot to welcome the budding colours of spring. But, like they say, better late than never. Once spring finally arrived, it brought us some positive mood and an abundance of colours to go along with it – blossoming plants, buzzing bugs, and… tasty chocolate! That’s right, we hope you’ve eaten your fair share of Easter eggs and had time to do some spring cleaning because it’s finally time to start preparing for the summer. Home renovations are at their peak during these warmer months, speaking of which – here we are again with yet another fascinating story to share! This time, it’s about David Miloshev – an exemplary colleague and a handyman extraordinaire.
David has lived in the UK for almost 4 years and has been a part of our Fantastic Family for more than 2. With such a significant experience in the field, he has learned to predict all the ups and downs of the handyman profession. He knows how to deliver satisfactory results to a wide array of clients and how to maintain good communication with all of his colleagues. That’s why, starting next month, he will be in charge of a small handyman specialists team.
How did David become a part of Fantastic Services?
As a professional with good handyman skills, it’s only logical to look for a place of work where I can reach out to the people who need my help the most and where I can be appreciated for what I do. When you think about it, that’s what everyone really wants from a job.
That’s also what the people in charge of every workplace will claim they have on offer. But there is no way to know for sure until you take your chances and place your trust in your employees and colleagues. I, on the other hand, became a part of the Fantastic Family because of my father. Over the years, he asked me if I wanted to start working with Fantastic Services so many times that I eventually agreed and gave the company a try.
This quickly turned out to be one of my better choices, mostly because I feel secure at my workplace – I get to do something every day. I feel good in the presence of the people I work with, too – my colleagues are all good people and my clients are just as kind. I also tend to learn more skills with each passing day, which is something that makes the work process a pleasant experience rather than a dragging chore.
What does David do in his spare time?
Once all work for the day is done and I have parted with the last satisfied customer, I tend to clear my thoughts and take in all the good things that a city the size of London has to offer. My spare time is usually spent with frequent walks at the local park, doing various sports activities, or simply relaxing on the couch in front of the TV.
What is David’s advice to the newcomers in the Fantastic Family?
A new place of work always equals a new beginning and can, at times, turn your current lifestyle completely upside down. And these are usually the kind of sweeping changes that upset quite a lot of people. But there is a way to deal with this anxiety.
All you have to do is convince yourself that these changes are a step forward for your career. Once you do that and overcome your fears, things will suddenly get a lot easier and you may even end up enjoying the ride.
So, the best thing that you could do in a similar situation is to remain positive, be honest, and allow the Fantastic Family enough time to fully understand your needs.
We at Fantastic Services are truly grateful for David’s hard work and would like to wish him all the best of luck with his new team of professionals. Big thanks for making this interview happen!
- Last update: September 12, 2018
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