The Selfish Salon Owner? Why Prioritizing Yourself is Essential to Success
Tired of feeling like you’re working so hard on your Salon business… with little to no reward?
You’re constantly hustling, but you never feel satisfied.
Maybe you spend every waking moment thinking about your Salon, and how to “make things better”. You’re always looking towards the next goalpost, but not actually enjoying the present moment. Who’s guilty?
If you’re feeling burned out with your business, and life, then you need something to steer you in the right direction.
Think of it as some essential self-care, a time to think about YOU and put actions into place to bring you more happiness in your life… rather than burnout.
Because a lot of owners mistake the mistake of putting themselves last… and I don’t want that for you.
In this episode, I want to introduce you to Jenna Free. Jenna is a therapist for entrepreneurs like yourself. Jenna and I discuss how to find happiness in your business that doesn’t require you to work more hours in the salon or hire new team members. How to find happiness that actually starts from within YOU.
3 Simple Strategies to Make More in Your Salon
As a Salon Owner, there are many tasks & responsibilities that rely on you to ensure your Salon runs smoothly.
Between hiring and managing your team, putting out fires and team dramas, paying bills, managing stock, knowing your clientele, sales & marketing…the list goes on and on.
You are a master of juggling a million different hats on a good day!
But I believe that the ONE purpose which sits at the root of everything you do, as Salon CEO, is spending your time focusing on Income Generating Activities – or what I call IGAs.
Every time a client walks into your Salon, there is an additional income-generating opportunity for the clients in your chair, and all it takes is a small investment of your time.
Keep listening to discover the 3 most important IGAs that will not only drive new clients to your Salon but will ensure the clients you do have, continue to spend more each visit. Hello, sales!
Think of it as your lottery ticket to running a successful, profitable Salon.
Salon Stories: Surviving the Ups and Downs of Business Ownership
When you own a business, it often feels like nobody else understands what it’s like.
Our friends might wonder why we don’t just get a ‘normal’ job and avoid all the hard work and staff drama.
Dealing with inconsistent employees, staff dramas, client complaints, and misbehaving teams can make us question ourselves, right?
We might think it’s hard to find good people, and we can easily start blaming ourselves… what are we doing wrong?
“Help, I Can’t Attract Any New Salon Clients!”
I want to introduce you to Tamara Reid. Tamara is an absolute icon in the Beauty industry, spending her career in just about every role you can think of, before landing at Timely, a Salon Software company.
In this episode, discover the secret to a low-cost, low-effort marketing strategy, why collaboration over competition is key & an honest conversation about running a successful business.
3 Steps to Build a Sales Culture in Your Salon
I call this building culture of #winning in your salon. But actually, what’s important to remember is that a winning culture is not something that just ‘happens’ one day, and then ‘that’s it’…
…instead, your Salon’s culture is forever changing and evolving. So the focus needs to be on keeping it positive, 95% of the time, each and every day. To do this, you need systems in your business that are ‘human’ proof so that your team is set up for success, regardless of the individuals within it.