As a member in an industry that constantly complains about not being taken as seriously as others, I'd like to bring up the fact that we often do a lot of unprofessional things when running our salons.
In this episode I discuss an amazing book by Marie Kondo called "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" and how it plays a role for you in your personal and your work life.
Why do we lack the confidence to communicate our needs? Why do we hate confrontation?
Listen in as I share my personal thoughts on the negativity that gets spewed on Facebook amongst our peers.
Incentivizing clients to stay isn't just about charging cancellation fees. You also need to explain the key role they play and provide rewards for good behaviors.
Real world examples that you can actually use to say no to clients. You don't always have to say yes! Setting boundaries and breaking up with bad clients is important to your business' health, but really how do you say no? I am giving you real examples and tactics that you can actually use.
Diagnosing of health issues is now done by our friends and work colleagues on Facebook. Does this make sense?
In this episode I cover the economics of minimum wage and how there are unintended consequences in the governmental regulations that are pushed on small businesses.
Beauty professionals are sued every day for the simplest accidents and unintentional fowl-ups. We have all worked so hard to learn, graduate, start our careers and grow grow grow, but what are we doing to protect all this hard work? How to we ensure the protection we choose is the right choice?
Protecting your business couldn't be more important. We all need to safeguard our successes and ensure our hard work doesn't get wasted by a simple accident. In this episode Nanci Soltani of Fandango Salon shares her amazing and eye-opening story.
Professional nail companies are reaching out the the general public to grow and promote their products. What does this mean for us professional nail techs?
We are not lowly nail techs who can blame our ignorance on our vocations. If we want to be treated like businessmen and women then we need to start acting like it. Here are my key success factors that you should be addressing in your individual businesses. You CAN take your business to the next level if you focus your energies in the right way.
There's more to the closure of Marinello than meets the eye. To me this is a wake up call telling us we need to make some drastic changes to this industry or we won't be enjoying it much longer.
It's not easy being a business person and wanting to be there for your family and friends. I have found a technique that has really helped me get the most out of my working hours, helped me focus so I can be more present, and also be more successful in all facets of my life.
We've all had clients who are constantly searching for greener grass. In this episode I discuss possible causes for this behavior as well as explain how to handle the situation.
The main differences between booth renters and commission based contractors and how to be successful in each. to be successful in each.
Clients aren't tipping or are out of control? Learn how to get them to behave the way you want.
My personal changes led me to seek out motivational techniques and ways to feel more fulfilled. In this episode I share some of the resources I have found to help you.
Amazing discussion with the famous Tati from Japan about what she thinks makes a successful nail tech in today's industry.
Exclusive interview with one of the biggest names in Japanese nail art: Ageha.