You know what they say, “Quitters never win, winners never quit.”
What about right now, during the coronavirus pandemic, when we’ve all been forced to close our salons, shops, studios, etc.?
Do you feel like throwing in the towel? There’s a lot of people who won’t blame you for it. It’s the perfect “out…” or is it?
I was so excited to have Rose Prieto, fiery and warm hearted beauty boss babe with a long list to supply her resumé, on this episode to have a conversation with me about how to stay tough when the going gets tough.
In this episode, I talk about entrepreneurship in this coronavirus economy. Is it even there? How do I find it? Those questions and more are answered in this episode.
Opportunity and purpose are still there! I remind you of that in this episode and I even talk about how to remember your purpose and finding opportunity when you’re scared.
We get to know...
I have been listening to the Beauty Business Podcast for years and have wanted him on this show for several months now, and I'm so glad we could make it happen for you.
We chat about creating a crisis management plan for your business that I'm sure will be applicable, not just during this strange unprecedented time, but any time of uncertainty, which our businesses are definitely going to face at some point. With any endeavor, success is not guaranteed, but challenges are. And I'm so excited to have Adam on the show.
We talk about finding the balance with your productivity during lockdown, Adam's influences, books, and most importantly, how you can serve your clients and still create revenue safely during a crisis like Coronavirus.
Here are the episode...
I wish I could say that I predicted this pandemic and was saving sitting down and talking with Stacy Tuschl for the podcast, but I didn't. It did, however, give me the guts to reach out to Stacy, finally, and say, "Girl, I need you! My tribe needs your expertise." You don't want to miss this one.
Stacy is a best selling author and speaker, the owner of a multiple 7 figure business, and the creator of the Foot Traffic Formula. In this podcast, we share our fears, our lessons learned during coronavirus, and tips for beauty bosses to recession-proof your small business.
Here are the episode highlights:
‣‣ [02:46] Let's just be real and talk about our feelings for a second. You're not alone in feeling anxious about the...
In this podcast, I replay a live I did with Amanda Rose of HYVE Beauty. She did this amazing thing where she brought together leaders and influencers of the permanent makeup industry and had them on her Instagram story to share their vulnerable moments with each other.
The idea was that each guest would share one fear, one truth, and one idea. It was a great experience and I'm so happy I get to share it with you today.
Here are the episode highlights:
‣‣ [14:07] I start off with sharing my one fear with you. We talk about my mom and hustle culture.
‣‣ [16:15] Do you feel like lockdown and Coronavirus have made you more aware of yourself and your habits?
‣‣ [17:45] Here I talk about one of...
A couple of weeks ago, if you had told me where we'd be today, I'd think you were totally crazy. If you had told me that in a matter of just a couple of weeks the whole WORLD would shut down and declare a global pandemic - I just wouldn't believe you. But we're here now. And, as terrible as it is, at some point, we just have to embrace where we are and make it work!
I know your business is struggling, mine is too. It's okay that you weren't prepared for this. Nobody was. But we can still survive. Not only that - we can thrive. In this episode, I talk about my own struggles as we go into lockdown, how I'm restructuring my business to survive during Coronavirus, and what you can...
In this podcast, my team and I get real about why we had to postpone the Pretty Ambitious Summit. The episode gives you a behind-the-scenes look into the event—what went down, what went down the week before, what’s going on right now.
My husband, Will, joins us in this episode.
Also chiming in on our experience during the whole thing is our operations director and boss babe, Laura.
And last but most definitely not the least is my best friend of 25 years, Julie, who was also basically our event planner and stage manager for Pretty Ambitious (oh! She's also the Pretty Rich Podcast editor. Fun fact. Okay.).
If you’ve been following me on Instagram (which, if you’re not, hello! Do that right here), you know how obsessed I’ve been with Pretty Ambitious.
It was in the works for a year! A YEAR!
It started out as an idea in the...
If you're looking to upgrade your salon experience and give your clients the luxury they deserve then you are going to love this episode. I got to sit down with one of my favorite artists and favorite people, Hoi Kwan of Hoi Tattoo. She's so amazing, she's one of the LEADERS of the permanent makeup industry.
Her career and her success have taken her all over the globe speaking at different conferences and meeting new people. She is the leader of Hoi Tattoo and they are eleven years strong in tattoo and six years in PMU! You will not want to miss this talk with Hoi. She's an absolute boss babe.
Here are the episode highlights:
‣‣ [10:41] Hoi and I talk about her ORIGIN STORY (a.k.a. where she grew up).
‣‣ [12:31] We talk about why luxury experiences are important...
In this episode of the Pretty Rich Podcast, my best friend of 25 years, Julie Barnett (no, seriously, you guys. We've been friends since we were like 11), and I talk about what it's like working with friends and if it's doable.
I'd like to start off by saying, yeah, I definitely think it's doable. I think you can work with friends.
And just like Julie and I talk about in this episode, that statement comes with a couple of conditions.
It really depends on the friend.
It also really depends on the job.
Side Note: did you know Julie edits the Pretty Rich Podcast? She's amazing!
How did we make it work? Or why does this work?
I have to say, it...
I'm so excited to be having this conversation with Kristen de Oliveira and Madison Annis of The Beauty Mavens.
Even though we're in different parts of the country, we're different ethnicities, and we're from different backgrounds, we have different beauty focuses, there's so much we have in common.
What we have in common is the crushing.
The sacrifices that you need to make to be successful are unavoidable, and if you're experiencing a season of crushing right now, know that is not your residence. It's a stage.
A season of crushing isn't permanent ever. It's a necessary stage.
It's like an arrow that pulls you back. The further you pull it back and you put tension on that bow, the further it will fly.
Is there somebody out there who is being pulled back, and you feel like you can't be pulled back anymore? You may be thinking, "Oh, gosh. I didn't sign up for this. Why is...
On this episode of the Pretty Rich Podcast, I have a pretty cool guest.
Anita Perry, CEO of Sugar & Sloth, joins me on the podcast, and we go in on mental health and using your artistry.
Now, Anita isn’t a permanent makeup artist, but she’s an illustrator (a darn good one if you ask me!).
We get into a discussion on how to use your artistry to help you heal from trauma and to help you cope with mental illness.
Anita’s amazing. She’s from the United Kingdom, and she’s just so lovable. You’ll love her too, especially after listening to this episode.
This episode is like an interview where I ask Anita a whole lot of questions about her and her life and her business, and it gets really honest about mental health. Not just about mental health, but even her experience with mental...