If your salon could make more profit,
how much better could your life be?
While having a passion for what you do is important (after all, it’s what got you here in the first place), it won’t keep your doors open, your bills paid, or you self-employed.
If your income doesn’t cover your expenses, it won’t long before your business shuts its doors – for good.
Many salon and spa owners are so busy working long hours with clients, that they simply don’t find the time (or have the energy) to plan for their business growth. This in turn causes a continuous downward spiral, until there’s no coming back.
If this is what’s happening in your life, consider these questions…
- Do your employees regularly take home more money than you do?
- Do you find it hard to pay your bills on time?
- Are you working longer hours for less money?
- Is stress a daily part of your life?
- Is your home life suffering because of your business?
- Does it feel like your employees are managing you instead of the other way around?
- Are you unhappy, but don’t know what to do next to turn things around?
If you’ve answered “yes” to more than one of these questions, perhaps it’s time to re-assess the impact that this is having on the quality of your life.
Is Fear Holding You Back?
A little bit of fear in your life can be a good thing; it can keep you safe. However, one of the greatest barriers to enjoying the success you deserve is fear. It catches and holds you like a rabbit in headlights; stopping you from doing the things that you know you need to do.
Fear that the decisions you make will lose money; so you make no decisions.
Fear that your clients will leave if you change your product range; so you continue to allow suppliers to treat you with disrespect.
Fear that your employees won’t like you if you lead firmly; so you let them do as they please.
Fear that your clients will leave if you have a price increase; so you don’t, and go broke.
Fear that you will fail; and so you’re locked into zero action which ultimately fulfills your fears.
The first step in overcoming fear is accepting that you need some help and that doing so is okay. With over 30 years industry experience, plus having worked with hundreds of struggling salon owners to help them improve their businesses, Pam understands the range of issues that you need to deal with every day. This knowledge, combined with real hands-on industry experience, means she can provide you with low and very often, no-cost solutions to help you to grow your profits straight away.
So, how good would it feel to go to bed every night knowing that your business is on track, you can spend quality time with your family and that everything is feeling great?
Good business really isn’t rocket science, but there’s definitely a need for some structure and a plan that allows you to develop the important parts of your business.
It’s easy to become confused about what to do next in your business, but there’s really a very simple formula to enjoy a successful business, and this is it.
1. Develop a steady flow of new clients while keeping the ones you already have.
2. Make sure each of your clients is purchasing from you on a regular basis.
3. Make a little more from each client.
4. Keep a close eye on your expenses.
Big changes can happen in your salon or spa with just very small improvements across many areas. In most cases, you only need to improve your performance in each of these areas by 5% to see enormous differences in your profitability.
Sounds easy, doesn’t it? And it is easy if you have the right coach helping you put the right strategies in place at the right time. This is where the Accelerate Programs are totally different from the rest.
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