March 11, 2011
Jill, I have to thank you for posting on this topic. It is another of those things that we often assume is more of a common sense type of thought process that really isn’t. Odor is a
March 4, 2011
Jill’s post this week has me thinking about several things. The questions that her colleague Kristi Valenzuela asks remind me of a class I took a few years ago that had the attendees think about their
February 25, 2011
We here are having a lot of fun using the promotion ideas that Jill has suggested. We have done the Business of the Week and the Gift Bag Drop, so far. We are seeing new guests from
February 18, 2011
“Team Colors”— I love it. That is another great idea. At our salon we often try to do mini contests and have prizes to encourage the employees to participate. I think it makes everyone a little
February 11, 2011
So last week Jill talked about the “business of the week” promotion. At my salon we decided to do it as a team. Three of the service providers including myself are currently doing this promotion. One
February 4, 2011
Jill’s “Business of the Week” strategy is a great idea! I am very excited to try this technique. I have spent the last couple of evenings figuring out which businesses to choose for the next few weeks
January 28, 2011
I know I would rather be working with clients than folding towels all day. What nail tech wouldn’t want a book filled to bursting with happy guests who rebook, buy retail, and refer their friends. I
January 19, 2011
Jill, I know I can certainly relate to your last post. I am most definitely the person who wanted to beautify the nails of the world and thought that all that I would need to do
January 12, 2011
NAILS is pleased to welcome a new team of bloggers to The Coaching Chronicles: salon coach Jill Wilson and nail tech Sandy Combs. A licensed nail technician since 1994, Jill Wilson started her career at Snips SpaSalon
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