Kendra Villarreal has been a licensed esthetician for 15 years, and she had her best month of business EVER when she went back to work after the lockdown.
"I've been doing this for almost 15 years, I don't know anything else, I don't have any other skills to fall back on, so I either have to go 100% or I'm just gonna fail." - Kendra Villarreal.
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I talk about how to implement the knowledge you learned during the lockdown into your rebuilding process and how to recover from this 3-month hangover.
"Now more than ever we have to tap into our inner wisdom and trust ourselves." - Lori Crete
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David Suzuki is a licensed medical aesthetician since 1989 and the president of Bio-Therapeutic Inc. His company produces medical and aesthetic devices.
"If you know who you are buying from and you know what they are about, it just makes it seem more interesting, and a little bit more personal." - David Suzuki.
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Dr. Eris, the founder of FACE it, has a PsyD in marriage and family therapy. She talks about how we can prepare ourselves as we reopen our businesses.
"You are not your thoughts, especially if you are anxious." - Dr. Eris.
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Corry Jennison has her own spa in Dover, New Hampshire. Today she talks all about creating her business in a small town and how to get through unfortunate surprises and uncertain times. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed her business, and she shares with us what she's done to overcome those challenges.
"If you are a leader and you own a SPA, your team will remember how you showed up." - Corry Jennison
Today, Suzanne Somers shares some amazing stories and valuable information about holistically staying young during and after menopause.
"You can put everything back together again. Like Humpty Dumpty, you can get balance back." - Suzanne Somers.
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I talk about how to keep up your business and reach out to clients because, even under those difficult times, clients still want to hear from us.
"The comeback is always stronger than the setback." - Lori Crete.
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Jerry Nettuno has been on the show before, but I wanted to bring him back to talk about what he is doing to support his clients during this time.
"We're not going to stick our head in the sand and feel sorry for ourselves, we're going to use this time to be great." - Jerry Nettuno.
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Get ready for a fabulous show with, Harry Slatkin, who has been called the "king" of home fragrance by the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
"Failure to me is the best thing that you can do in business because you learn from your mistakes." - Harry Slatkin.
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Celebrity facialist and author Joanna Vargas talks about how she became a successful beauty entrepreneur. She shares her tips for success and much more!
"Sleep is very important to me, actually. But I'm highly scheduled." - Joanna Vargas.
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It is frustrating when clients buy product online and not from you. Today, I share 5 tips to keep your clients from buying from you and supporting your biz.
"Put your time and energy and effort towards the people who honor and respect your talent, your expertise, and your knowledge and your business." - Lori Crete.
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Today, CPA Michelle Cook talks about what you can write off on your taxes, how and why to save for retirement, the best way to do your taxes, and more.
"Find someone who is going to make you feel confident about your business." - Michelle Cook.
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Lori Bush was the president and CEO of Rodan + Fields for 8 years. Today, she talks about how Rodan + Fields grew so quickly, her business secrets + more.
"Collaboration and transparency became attributes that we rewarded and valued." - Lori Bush.
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I'll give you some tips about how to become the type of practitioner that invests wisely so that you can make 2020 your best year yet.
"Stop saying 'I don't have' and start saying 'I will create'." - Lori Crete.
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Today, I talk about what I learned in 2019 about building a business, dealing with clients' energy, manifesting, taking care of myself and much more.
"Bravely believing in yourself comes with great rewards." - Lori Crete.
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I talk about what to do when you can't help someone in the way that you think you can, what to do to keep the relationship with your client great, and more.
"I don't want my ego to ever ever ever get in the way of my success." - Lori Crete.
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Angela talks about how she started Savor Beauty, how she became the confident woman that she is today, and she shares beauty biz success secrets and much more.
There's a difference between becoming booked solid and booked perfectly. How can you create the perfect schedule for yourself? Tune in to learn how.
"Start surrounding yourself with people who give you permission to be successful." - Lori Crete.
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Jess and I talk about the shifts that are happening in our industry, holistic beauty, mothering and being a professional simultaneously, and much more.
"Social media is a powerful tool for your business but I think it is a double-edged sword." - Jess Arnaudin
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I'm excited to have Jay Nixon, my significant other, here with me on today's show to talk about his new book The Purpose of Pain.
"I don't want you to get stuck in the personal development vortex of trying to figure out, 'what do I do next?'." - Jay Nixon.
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The end of the summer hangover can be hard, so if you're having trouble getting back to the biz success patterns and rituals then this show is for you!
"Fixing and curing your end of the summer hangover requires a commitment to show up no matter what." - Lori Crete.
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Daisy Jing is a powerhouse! She was awarded Forbes 30 Under 30, an Inc 500 Entrepreneur and LA's Fastest Growing Female-Owned Company. Enjoy the show with her today!
"It was really a problem I had that I wanted to solve. I never intended to create a whole line of products." - Daisy Jing.
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I'm so excited to do this episode because I'm sharing some great updates! I have some super fun news to share about my beauty biz life.
"I'm hosting a 7-day beauty giveaway celebrating my birthday (it's a big one for me this year, guys). So I'm literally collaborating with my favorite beauty brands to give away thousands of dollars in beauty goodies." - Lori Crete.
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Suzi Weiss-Fischmann was one of the founders of OPI nail polish. She has an amazing eye for color and wrote the book, I'm Not Really a Waitress.
"Time is money when you're providing a service so it is very important for the product to work very efficiently." - Suzi Weiss-Fischmann.
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Shannon Cox is my "comeback kid". Her story will inspire you when you hear about how she went from $60,000 in credit card debt to being debt free.
"People make mistakes, but fixing them make you stronger." - Shannon Cox.
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