December 5, 2011
When I first started out, I would only make out holiday cards for the clients I would see in a given week. I didn’t realize that I would sometimes feel woefully unprepared to reciprocate. I would
November 28, 2011
SELF Magazine, in the November 2011 issue, put together a list of ways to pump up manicures and maximize results for your clients. According to Maridel Reyes, it's always good to tune-up your technique.
November 22, 2011
We’ve been talking about getting our holiday plan together and about putting it into action. Hopefully you’ve taken my advice and have made your list of clients you wish to give a holiday card to. I hope
November 18, 2011
Holiday cards are a great way to brighten your clients’ holiday season. Many of my guests only get a few cards each year and they have said that they miss receiving them. I have a client
November 16, 2011
The holiday season is just around the corner and some of your salons are already decked out for the season. Pretty soon our stations will be full every minute of the day. We'll be making our
October 25, 2011
Glamour magazine told us the top 10 things they love in the nail universe.
October 19, 2011
During the months of September and October we have been talking about pre-booking. We’ve discussed how important it is to your business and to your revenue. I have given you numerous ways to get your client
October 14, 2011
I can really relate to the deflated feeling Jill talks about in her post when a client shoots down your pre-book offering. Early on in my career, as I mentioned before, this feeling happened to me a
October 10, 2011
Picking up from my last post, I’d like to discuss some ways you can respond if your client initially says no to your offer to pre-book. So after the appointment, I’ve walked my client to the front
October 7, 2011
I can speak to my experiences with using the tactics Jill recommends to improve my pre-book percentage. I have been doing really well for a long time at asking every client to book her next appointment
September 30, 2011
When I graduated from cosmetology school I had no idea how to project my earnings. As I said before, I just waited for my client to call or to walk in. As a result many of
September 26, 2011
I’ve mentioned that pre-booking your clients guarantees your salary, but do we really know what that means? To give you a better understanding, I want to show you some numbers. This will really give you a
Back when I first started to work in the salon as a booth renter, I did not know how to pre-book. If the clients didn’t ask to schedule their next appointment before they left then it
September 20, 2011
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September 14, 2011
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