I’m a big believer in the universe.
By that I mean that I definitely believe things happen for a reason, and that what you put out will come back to you in some way. Because of this, I am a firm believer in vision statements. I have used vision statements as a way to create what I’ve needed in my life, and every time they have each worked in their own way. When I first had Kingston, I sat down and wrote a vision statement for what I wanted in the person that would take care of my children while I worked.
It probably seems like Laguna Beach is becoming my second home, and in a way it feels like it is. I’m completely addicted to delving even deeper and learning even more about Natural Beaded Rows Extensions along with elevating my business. This particular trip focused solely on that second part… it was dedicated specifically to evaluating my business in detail alongside my coaches.
Last week I told you all about my education overwhelm, and all of my March trips. This week I wanted to share my experience during the first of my three adventures: the International Beauty Show in New York.
I love to learn, I love to grow, I love to teach… pretty much everything about it. March has been all about education for myself and Garnish, and while I would typically say I can’t get enough of it… I have a confession. I’ve been feeling a bit of education overwhelm. You probably already know that at the beginning of March my team and I took a trip to NYC for the International Beauty Show.
You all already know our Studio Apprentice, Reece, but we thought you might be interested in what exactly our Apprentice Program is, why Candice decided to create it, and how it positively impacts the Garnish Experience.
Alright, you guys, I know you’re seeing gift lists everywhere, but I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about a few of my personal faves. I’m not sponsored by any of these, I just really love them all.
This ain't your regular salon's training, baby!
You already know I love new challenges, and am constantly striving for growth. Looking back there are particular moments that I can identify as a turning point where exponential growth occurred.
There's a beauty and an elegance that comes with long, free flowing locks. However, being a former pixie cut chic, and now a busy mom of two, I take pride in rocking a bigger than average top knot at least 2 to 3 days a week. I've found that I still receive plenty of compliments, and I seem to be able to get away with having it considered a "style".