Salon Success: How Resilient Are You?

In the best selling book and 80’s classic The Road Less Traveled by Scott Peck the first three words are “Life is difficult.” Antony Whitaker ‘The Two Minute Salon Manager’ says that being in business is difficult and to survive you have to be resilient. In business, challenges, frustrations and setbacks can be the norm and the key to success is how well you deal with them. You have to believe that within every difficulty lies a lesson that will take you on to the next step in your journey.

 

About: Antony Whitaker is Mr. Motivation! The ultimate educator and motivator, with a worldwide reputation based on more than 30 years experience in the hairdressing industry. He is internationally acclaimed as a gifted, multi award-winning stylist-turned-educator, motivator, business coach and best-selling author of the GROW book series. Twice named Australian hairdresser of the year. UK based Antony is now recognised and respected worldwide as the industry’s leading motivational speaker, having taken his message on management, money, marketing, team-building and retailing to more than 250,0000 hairdressers in more than 40 countries. His GROW series of inspirational books for hairdressers, salon owners and managers sets a new benchmark of business excellence for hairdressers. To find out more or to subscribe to his inspirational ‘Unplugged’ audio club featuring monthly interviews with industry icons, or to enquire about a limited amount of one to one telephonecoaching for salon owners and managers visit www.growmysalonbusiness.com.

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