… or were you too busy on the floor doing everyone else’s hair for their date nights.
Running a salon is hard. It requires a LOT of you.
Is the stress of your salon putting a strain on your relationship?
Would fixing your salon help with that?
You put in the long hours on the floor.
You’re tired at the end of each day.
working 6-7 days a week to keep this business going.
After all that, at the end of each week, you get to take home some money.
… if you’re lucky.
In fact, if you were to work it out, your staff get paid way more than you do.
Amongst the hundreds of things you have to worry about every week,
you’re often stressed and worried about how you’re going to make ends meet
… when unexpected bills land on your desk.
… when the staff are discounting services behind your back because they think you’re making a ton of money
Weren’t you the one who was supposed to benefit from owning this salon in the first place?
… so that you could have money coming in
… so that you could go on dates and holidays with your family.
… so that you could live your life?
It’s no wonder it puts a strain on your relationships and those close to you.
It’s no wonder you feel like you don’t have the energy you’d like to put into your family.
It’s no wonder you feel like it’s you vs the world and nobody is on your side.
As much as your family cares for you – deep down you know that they don’t really understand.
Let’s be honest, if your partner had this business and they were this stressed you’d be worried about them too.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
You don’t have to be alone.
You don’t have to figure everything out yourself.
It’s NOT you vs the world.
Many of our clients come to us struggling to make ends meet – they’re aware of the financial strain, but they often don’t realise the depth of the emotional strain
… until they come out the other side and see the light at the end of the tunnel.
It’s amazing what can happen when you break through and change the way you do things.
To smash through the financial barriers and actually start paying yourself properly.
To stand up for what’s right and command a level of respect for the great work that you do.
But if you want all that
If you want to have your salon working for you, rather than being a slave to it week after week.
It’s going to involve hard work.
It’s going to involve facing your fears, charging what you’re worth and leading your staff.
It’s scary I know.
In fact, there’s a whole heap of areas of business where you’ll need to up your game.
The question is, are you up for fighting for you?
Are you up for fighting for your salon?
If so, we created our Salon Business Checklist for salon owners just like you.
It details exactly what you need to focus on…. step by step.
So that you don’t have to guess at the “business” stuff you need to get your head around and turn your salon around.