What you will learn from this episode:
How do you put your life together when all you've got is a seemingly crippling situation? You've started a business with your hard work, but don't see a single client around. What rubs insult to injury is the crumbling personal life you've got to deal with without family nearby to help you out.
With massive faith and steadfast determination, you can beat the impossible odds and reach success. Valerie proves it as she shares her story. She did it, so can you.
Valerie Weber is the Founder of Dermagrafix Permanent Cosmetic Studio, a Cosmetic Tattoo Artist and Certified Instructor. She began her journey in cosmetic tattooing, where she felt most at home in...
Why you have to check out today’s podcast:
Those of us in the beauty industry have big hearts and we are in this business because we love helping others. That is why we have to be reminded that whatever decision we choose to make at this time must be done out of concern for clients.
If you choose to stay closed at the moment and not sell, may it not be for the reason of guilt and fear. Feeling guilty that you are taking something from your clients robs them of the right to feel good about themselves because we're not just talking about surface beauty. It’s a lot more than that, it’s about confidence and taking back time that are the real results. Your guilt is...
While there are different marketing strategies of a business to increase its profitability, it is equally important for business owners to deal with and develop an entrepreneurial mindset. But what if, as a human being, the business owner faces personal hurdles feeling unworthy of their accomplishments, or lacking self-confidence, or simply not feeling good enough? This imposter syndrome is common to entrepreneurs and April is no exception. Join her in this episode as she reveals her struggles to inspire others, and challenges her fellow entrepreneurs to get past any blockers that will move your business forward.
“If I put myself out there, yes, it is a little scary. But look at how...
As social media becomes a necessity in our daily lives, it is also primarily become part of business strategies. There are various platforms to connect business owners with customers, to promote brand awareness, and to boost sales. But what is working on social media today? How does it work? Tune in to this episode as April answers this question that will help build your audience, get more clients, and ultimately, grow your business.
“Always have a plan, have a strategy and know what you plan to talk about.”
- April Meese
01:09 – April answers the question from beauty professionals on the...
Welcome to Beauty Marketing Simplified! I'm your host, April Meese. My goal is to offer weekly business advice, inspiration and some real-life behind the scenes, shady truth type of stories on how to grow your beauty business.
Why you have to check out today’s podcast:
Hello love, welcome to our very first episode! I am excited, thrilled and delighted that you join me today. To mark this momentous event, let me share with you my mission, passion, and a glimpse of my journey as a daughter, mom, career woman, and entrepreneur. This is just the beginning of another long journey ahead, and I’m looking forward that you’ll join me throughout. I'll be offering weekly business advice, inspiration and some real-life behind the scenes, shady truth type of stories on how to grow your beauty business. I'll hope you'll enjoy this first episode as much as I do.
“I believe to my core in kindness, resourcefulness,...
Five things PMU & Microblading Artists Need to Do to Make an Impact
We all have a million and two hats that we're wearing. We are running our businesses, we are doing the marketing, we're customer service, sometimes we're the maid service. You know, we gotta clean, we're gonna do all of these things. But I'm gonna give you five things that are gonna make an impact on your business and again, this is just really geared to growing your business. Sound good?
First, we will classify microblading artists into two groups:
(a) Those who have good steady clients that are coming in, and are overwhelmed, trying to balance it and scale and uplevel
(b) Those who are in the beginning stage and are just struggling to make a name for themselves and to get their brand out there
Kind of really stand out in what's becoming an increasingly crowded market. So you're either in those two groups. People classified under Group number A are those just starting out, and they really want to get their...