*6 min read [Part 2 of 3] In this blog series, we will help you avoid the same mistakes that so many salons make, over and over again. How? By giving you the tools and instructions to do what most businesses pay thousands of dollars for - an individualised, in-depth review of YOUR salon. This will allow you to spot problems and begin solving the most important ones straight away. If you haven’t read Part 1 of this series, we suggest you go ahead and read this, before continuing on below. Where to begin Following on from "Only 20% Of Salons Succeed, Are You One Of Them?" blog piece, we are now going to go through what you need to know and how to start your own salon review. Why? Because it will help you avoid many of the pitfalls of running your own…
*6 min read [Part 1 of 3] In this blog series, we will help you avoid the same mistakes that so many salons make, over and over again. How? By giving you the tools and instructions to do what most businesses pay thousands of dollars for - an individualised, in-depth review of YOUR salon. This will allow you to spot problems and begin solving the most important ones straight away. Before we get started, we need to define ‘fail’. Some salons have to close down - I’m sure we would all agree that this is ‘failing’ in the conventional sense. However, lots of salons manage to stay open, but don’t make their owners any money. You may not need to shut your doors, but are you actually running a successful business? No. To be successful, you should be able to pay the rent,…
Every health practitioner has had this experience... A client starts a treatment and after a while, they fall off the map and stop coming in. It may start with a cancellation or a missed appointment, then you never hear from them again.
In the last 12 months, the Fair Work Ombudsman announced a crackdown on hair and beauty salons. With the power to issue on-the-spot fines to businesses that aren't complying with the regulations, we've compiled all the need-to-know details.
At some point, in every small business, the workload will get too large for just one or two people, and apart from hiring extra staff (which is not always a possibility), the only other solution is to work smarter - not harder.
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There’s nothing worse than a stale and boring working life. You want someone who pushes you, challenges you and excites you about where you are and where you’re going professionally. The space you spend up to 40 hours in each week, should do the same!
We’ve seen wonderful communities of digital nomads and entrepreneurs, yet we couldn’t help but notice that all of these awesome new workspaces revolve around a desk… But what if you don’t work from a desk?
One things for sure, they're definitely not afraid to ask you some uncomfortable questions.
Whether you’re a yoga teacher, artist, hairdresser, masseuse, photographer, therapist or baker, there’s a shared workspace out there for you. We've found that there are 5 benefits that’ll have you feeling liberated, empowered and in control of your life and work.