5 STEPS TO RAISE YOUR A-GAME AS A STYLIST

17 Jun 5 STEPS TO RAISE YOUR A-GAME AS A STYLIST

Bringing your A-Game as a stylist takes some self-evaluation. The hard truth is something that many people can’t take.

Is it easier to walk away from a challenge or stand up take it head on? It depends right. What if you have 3 slow days in the salon, with little to no clients? What if the salon you are working in doesn’t fit into your overall goal? Do you feel the constant pressure of wanting to be better, but not sure how to make it happen?

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It’s a gut wrenching fact that many stylist are wondering where to start. While others or stuck in a pipeline of the same routine and not sure how to advance on.

Every client you take, every idea you have & every goal you set, should be built around systems and tools. Systems and tools set the parameters of how you want to grow.

For example: If your goal is to average 25 clients a week, or 5 clients a day, you should have a system in place to help get you there. As system is something that you plan out way ahead of time on your schedule which helps you stay consistent.

Speaking of consistency, The A-Game is really about applying pressure on the hard challenges. Putting action behind every goal. Making the art of growing all about strategic planning with tools.

Below is a list of 5 A-Gamers that can give you a inside look on Stylist Building:

  1. You have to deliver out the results when it’s easier to shrug them off
  2. You have to search for your own explanations even when you’re to accept the facts
  3. You have to be accountable for your actions even when things go wrong.
  4. You have to keep moving towards where you want to be no matter what’s in front of you.
  5. You have to be willing to do the hard work

 

The above 5 is absolutely crucial when it comes to growing your clientele business. A simple keeping yourself accountable for your actions will give you the upperhand on bring the A Game.

Which one of the 5 do you feel you need the most help in?

As always, your comments are always appreciated.

jaredjacksondean
jared@salon-eleven.com
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