Do you ever feel like you constantly want MORE for your Salon?
Whether it’s team growth, self-mastery as a CEO, or more sales….
I’m pretty sure every Salon Owner knows this feeling!
But achieving these things sometimes feels impossible. Especially if you don’t know the right steps to take in order to actually achieve them.
Even with all of the external advice out there these days, it’s still hard to know who to trust and if any of it will actually work… believe me, I know this feeling well.
So I took myself back and remembered what I really needed when I was a Salon Owner… and then it hit me!
I needed someone to show me what was possible… and I mean really possible, for my business, and for me as a Salon Owner.
Someone who had walked the unknown road ahead of me, and been successful…
In this episode, I wanted to do the same for you. That’s why I’ve invited Skye, from my Salon Mastery Program, to chat with me.
Skye has owned her Salon for 10 years and has grown the business into a huge success, so now she’s going to show you how she did it (so that you can do the same!)
As a busy Salon Owner, I’m sure you are familiar with the feeling of overwhelm. In actual fact, this is something I help Salon Owners overcome, every single day.
Running a Salon is a lot, and it can get pretty overwhelming if you don’t have a clear idea of ‘what’ the next right move is for you.
I get it. You try so many different things at once, hoping for some kind of breakthrough… waiting for the one thing that works. The thing is, salon success isn’t achieved this way, and more often than not – it will only lead to frustration and overwhelm.
In this episode, I want to help you overcome this feeling of frustration and overwhelm by sharing a few key strategies with you. When implemented, these strategies will help Salon Owners like yourself decide what the next right move is for you, and how to achieve it.
Let’s face it, being a Salon Owner is challenging at times. It’s not something you instantly know how to master, it takes a lot of learning and adjusting along the way.
There are so many things to nail when it comes to running a Salon, from the team to the clients and sales.
So wouldn’t it be nice to have some simple yet effective advice from someone who’s tackled these aspects themself?
Well today I’m chatting with Mhairi McQueen. Mhairi is a member of my Salon Mastery Coaching Program, and has been in the industry for over 20 years and owned her own Salon for 5 of them.
Having seen amazing results in her salon, she’s filled with many tips on how to achieve them. How amazing that she’s chosen to share them with us!
Let’s tune in and see what advice she has in store for us…
What if I told you that the key to growing a Successful Salon is as simple as looking in the mirror?
Now, I’m not saying that your dream Salon will magically appear if you look at yourself in the mirror and say ‘Tabitha’ three times. What I am saying is that you are the one who determines if your Salon is a success or not.
I know it’s easy to get caught up in external factors like your team underperforming or clients no longer making bookings…
But, as Salon Owners, what we forget is that this is all in our control.
Why don’t you like the way your team performs? Why aren’t clients making bookings?
Really think about it…
Want to know the answer? Find out in this episode where I chat with Wayne Mullins. Wayne will share his insights on what it takes to really own a Salon and its success.
So give it a listen and really capture what he has to say.
The vision of running your own Salon is exciting … to begin with.
You get to be the leader and do things your way instead of coming under someone else’s authority. Sounds like the dream, right?
But as you know, the reality of this has its challenges.
It’s all good and well having a vision but actually making it happen takes skill and steps to get there.
Being a salon owner requires a whole new level of expertise… from managing a team, to increasing profit, not to mention being a marketer, salesperson, cleaning lady, counsellor… OMG, it can be overwhelming.
Luckily, there are certain things you can do to not only claim this role with confidence, but to actually see your salon grow at the same time.
That’s why today I’m chatting with beauty salon owner, Sophie Anquetil, to seek her insights on what it takes from you to make your salon successful while juggling ‘all the things’.
Having owned her salon for 12 years and working closely with me through my Salon Mastery Coaching Program, she has learned many valuable tips along the way.