We all make mistakes, anything from being late to the meeting, to entrusting a person to do the job they are not suitable for. Usually, no mistake can be such that can not be solved,
often a simple conversation or a carefully worded email can do, yet if you have ever felt you made mistakes it may feel like the end of the world, can you relate?
So how do we go about managing the mistakes without feeling negative about correcting them? Or how do we even identify the mistakes before they are too late to correct?
We ask Alan Forrest Smith to share his experience.
Some of the questions asked were...
How do you manage the mistake if you hired a "wrong" person to manage the salon?
Am I ready to change my business?
Am I getting the results I need to be getting in my business?
Have I gone as far as I can?
Is now the right time to restructure my business?
For all your business questions there are answers, learn more.
From www.salonpunk.com and Alan Forrest Smith
How not to be an average hairdresser and how to turn your averages into your advantage.
A short episode from The Salon Punk
What is The biggest threat in salon business? It's probably not what you might be thinking. A short episode explains why.
When you love what you do, when you are creative, stepping aside is not easy. But as times goes by, priorities change. How you want to lead your business and what you would rather do on a day to day basis changes as well.
Whether you choose to keep your seat behind the chair or not, building a strong salon business will make you feel good about the decisions you make.
Listen to the short episode
We all hope that the decisions we take today in our business and life will be the right ones tomorrow. How can we make sure our decisions remain relevant?
Listen to the short podcast from Alan Forrest Smith
How One Extreme Stylist Is Breaking All The Rules and Profiting in the Process.
A case study every salon owner and stylist should listen to.
Staff don't care in your salon?
It's most likely that the staff problems are created by yourself, but you have the power to change that so that your team is happy working in your salon and enthusiastic to help you build your vision too.
From Alan Forrest Smith www.salonpunk.com
On Friday's make sure to do this and you'll have full cash register this weekend. A short episode from Alan Forrest Smith The www.salonpunk.com
How to increase your takings on Thursdays when you've had a quiet week? Listen to the short episode as Alan Forrest Smith explains what you can do today to make up for quiet days this week.
How to deal with salon reps so you end up loving them instead.
Listen to the short episode and a salon story from Alan Forrest Smith.
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How habits can destroy your salon business and how to recreate better habits to bring in more productivity and results for yourself and your salon business.
A short episode explains how.
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Should you stop marketing your salon to get more results?
What does marketing mean for your salon business?
What kind of marketing will really work in your salon business?
Listen to the short episode from Alan Forrest Smith to discover the truth, lies, and myths of marketing.
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What is the secret to having the best year ever without doing any marketing?
Listen to the short episode from Alan Forrest Smith.
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Stylists walking out from your salon
Left with just one junior?
Do you know the reason why? And can you fix staff walkouts forever?
Listen to the short episode from Alan Forrest Smith
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How salon management will grow your salon business and create busy columns for any stylist.
Listen to the short episode as Alan Forrest Smith shares the proven tips to managing your salon effectively.
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’Alan if you had to do just one thing to pack out any salon what would it be?’
SALON SAMPLER – IS That Program
We caught up with Alan Forrest Smith in the coffee shop to talk about his new book, Salon Sampler. Listen to this brief interview as he explains why he wrote this book and why you, as a salon owner absolutely must read it.
Can you really increase your salon income by £88,400 from just one stylist?
One junior hair stylist did just that. Listen to the episode to see how it was made possible.
How do you create hair salon promotions that actually work in your shop?
How do you turn your salon into a proper business?
Listen to this short episode as Alan Forrest Smith shares his decades of salon building and advertising experience.
After writing The Salon Column Builder in 1999; After Creating a big how-to guide for salon management SalonExtreme 21; and around 10 other books on the subject of hair salon building, we asked Alan Forrest Smith, why he wrote The Salon Punk Book, and what was so different about this book.
From the salon stories to the lessons from the mother's business you'll find this short interview engaging, interesting and inspiring to listen whether your salon is part of a big salon franchise or a small village salon.
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From salon management to staff problems; From pricing to salon marketing and more, during this 28minute salon group call, salon owners like you ask questions that every salon owner or manager has on their mind.
By Alan Forrest Smith
Summer in salons is traditionally quiet, but you can still earn more money, maximize the sales and use it to your advantage to create a stronger salon for the rest of the year. Here's how!
5-minute inspirations and focus tips from Alan Forrest Smith.
Are you using salon software systems? quickly discover...
Listen to the 10-minute recording before you open your salon software systems.
Interview with Alan Forrest Smith
From no clients to 63 new clients a week;
From no upsells to every stylist forming a new habit of upselling, while keeping clients happy;
From poor management to extremely effective management;
We catch up with Alan over a cup of coffee (excuse the cafe noise) and ask to share some of the salon success stories.
How do you know it is time to rebuild your salon team?
From stylists to receptionists what does perfect team mean?
How do you hire, fire and promote your stylists?
How do you define stylists performance and how do you keep the team spirit high regardless of circumstances?
These an more questions related to your salon business, team building and management in this 20 minute audio Alan Forrest Smith shares his expert view on award winning team building experiences and some helpful tips on what will work in your salon.