Weekly wisdom from around the web for spa and salon owners
A Daily Plan to Help You Become a Better Leader
Becoming a great leader is a lifelong process, but you can make progress every day. Read on for tips on how to set a positive example for your team every time you step into your salon or spa. It’s up to you to set the standard when it comes to your company and its culture. Read more at American Salon.
22 Successful Entrepreneurs Share What Inspires Them to Keep Going
Entrepreneurs are united in their passion to create change. Learn what motivates the CEOs of innovative companies such as KIND, ThirdLove and Pure Barre, to continue to make a difference each and every day. Read more at Entrepreneur.
Five Ways to Market Masks
Let’s face it, masks are great way to drive revenue for your spa because they are an affordable add-on to any in-house treatment. Whether you’re looking to bring in new clients or keep customer retention at an all-time high, using these five tips can help coax that stock of mask jars off the shelf. Read more at American Spa.
Want to Be a Lot Happier? Try Any of These 6 Habits of the Happiest People
With less than a month left in 2017, it’s a good time to add ‘more positivity’ to your list of New Year’s resolutions. From practicing forgiveness to vowing to take more naps (yes, that’s actually included in the list), try incorporating some of these happy habits to make 2018 your year to shine. Read more at Inc.
12 New Products You Didn’t Know You Needed
It’s that time of year again… time to restock the beauty products and tools available at your salon. Whether you’re looking for a new dryer that infuses your clients’ hair with moisture and volume or looking to strengthen their locks with a protein mask formulated with collagen and shea butter, this round-up of products will help set your salon up for success this winter. Read more at American Salon.
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With over seven years of experience, Denise Prichard is an experienced content marketing professional with a penchant for writing compelling copy and content within the health, wellness and beauty industries. She graduated with a degree in English from Arizona State University in 2010 and currently runs her own blog, Fueled by Vegetables, a project that stems from her passion of living a healthy, joyful life and encouraging others to do the same. When she isn't writing or editing, you can find her teaching yoga classes throughout the valley, inventing yummy recipes and hanging out with her rescue pups, Eleanor and Stevie. She currently serves as the Content + Copy Editor at Booker Software.Follow on Twitter More Content by Denise Prichard