jill wilson

Treat Yourself to New Tools

This is the final part of our back-to-school series — or as I have called it the “back-to-work” series. So far, we’ve talked about renovating our look to be more professional. We’ve mentioned updating out hair,

Read more

Get a Fresh Look for Fall

We’re continuing our “back-to-school” series. In my last post I asked, “What does back-to-school mean to you? Does it mean back-to-school clothes shopping?” We talked about the face that back to school can mean shopping with your

Rethink Your Wardrobe This Fall

It’s “back to school” season for so many of you. I know that a lot of states have already started classes at universities and local schools. Here in Minnesota, our kids don’t return to public schools

It’s Not Too Early to Prepare for the Holidays

How many of you have kids who are going back to school? Does your salon have a back-to-school display set up already? My salon always does a shampoo and conditioner liter sale for back to school.

Rev Up Your Clients’ Interest

We’ve been discussing how to keep current by continuing your education. Now that you’ve taken the education, how do you let your clients know? This has been a three-part series about how to post your educational

Use Facebook to Brag About Your Education

We have been talking about continuing education and ways to let our clients know that we’ve received advanced training. Last week we talked about posting it on your salon’s website. I gave you a great example

Promoting Your Education Online

So, we've taken advanced education classes, now what? This is a question I get a lot when I visit salons for a day of in salon training. What do we once we have taken the education?

See the Sites

We have been talking about continuing education and ways we can learn and stay current in our industry. Last week, we talked about a few ways we can get education at little or no cost to us.

Continue Your Education, Advance Your Skills

Recently, I attended The Summit Salon Consulting Group Company Retreat. This is a companywide retreat with all of the consultants, the leadership team, seminar trainers, Michael Cole, and Summit's CEOs, etc. I love attending this retreat for

Talk About Setbacks: My Foot Is Broken!

We’re halfway through the year, so we are revisiting the goals we set at the beginning of the year. As I mentioned last week, I injured my left foot in May, throwing a monkey-wrench in my

a Bobit media brand

Create your free Bobit Connect account to bookmark content.

The secure and easy all-access connection to your content.
Bookmarked content can then be accessed anytime on all of your logged in devices!

Create Account