The secrets to success as a mobile stylist
If you're working for someone else right now, you've probably experienced some ups and downs. Not every employer is perfect, that's for sure.
But maybe you've been having more bad days than good.
Maybe you have a lot of ideas for improving the salon, but your boss isn't interested in them.
Or maybe you're starting to think "What if I just went out on my own? How hard would that be?"
Here's the thing: there has never been a better time than now to start your business.
With social media, the internet, and so many ways to build up your skills, your clientele, and places to do business... the possibilities are HUGE!
AND owning your own beauty business doesn't have to mean taking on an expensive lease, or even renovating your home to fit a studio there.
What if you could take your business with you wherever you go, and operate as a mobile beauty professional from your clients' homes?
That's exactly what Stephanie Harber did 6 years ago when she left her job as a hairstylist as a salon.
She gave in her notice, left on decent terms with her employer, and has never looked back.
Last week I interviewed Stephanie about what it takes to build a booming mobile beauty business.
Now that she's been mobile for several years, she's taken what she's learned and helps other beauty-preneurs to create their own successful mobile empires.
And Stephanie shares so many GOLDEN pieces of advice during our chat! Things like...
When you should leave your salon and go mobile
The pros and cons of mobile vs booth rental/at-home/salon ownership
How to build a business when you have no clients (yet)
How to structure your pricing to be competitive but profitable
How to get solid training and grow as a business owner when you're working alone
Keep scrolling to watch the video!
I'm so excited to share this interview with you, because I know what it's like to dream about independence and the thrill of being your own boss...but then be completely terrified of the thought at the same time.
"Where would I even start? Who would realistically want to be my client? What if it all goes horribly wrong??"
If you've been dreaming about owning your own business, but you have some of these same doubts, I think you're going to be surprised and excited by my chat with Stephanie.