> Tari Welcome to our world!
> You have a great advantage of the wellness center and no rent
> can be reasonable for the area you are in. Make sure you do your research on
> that when you start working on your menu. It's almost impossible to say what
> your net income would be, there are too many factors - products, decorating,
> insurance, your prices, your location. But don't take that to mean you can't
> earn a good living doing nails, you absolutely can! And like learning to wait
> tables, it is always something you can fall back on if needed! (just dont ever
> let your license expire!)
> Next.. our clients come to us 90% for our personality, ability to listen, be
> a friend or not as needed.. and 10% for our skills and knowledge. A tech with
> decent skills AND a great personality to create an environment can go places
> fast. It's not that you dont need skills, but generally speaking if the work
> is decent, the clinet is happy at place A and place B but the tech at place
> B is snotty, talks down to her, doesn't talk to her at all, the place is mesy,
> loud.. you get my drift here I'm sure.. then where do you think she's going
> to make her appointments??
This is so true I had a hair stlylist whose work I love no one has ever done such a great job on my hair and her prices are resonable. Problem is she is very slow and very unprofessional, all she does is curse and gossip and people in her salon do the same even if they are being serviced or not that are there talking crap about people. I have three small children so being away from them for almost four hrs while she does my hair does not work for me and her shop is about 10 min from my house. So it doesnt matter how great the work is sometime you have to be professional at all times and not let your family and friends ruin things for you. Good luck to everyone I am so excited for us all.