Episode Show Notes
As we come towards the end of the current format of The Salonology Show, it seems like the perfect time to look back on the biggest lessons that we’ve taken from life post-2020…
Whether it’s keeping your head up in the face of adversity, or using your power as a salon owner to include family time in your weekly routine, now is the perfect time to make a change for business, or your personal life!
This episode of The Salonology Show covers:
- Our personal takeaways from the past year
- Setting yourself up with a contingency plan
- Staying positive in the face of tough times
- Shifting your work-life balance to accommodate what you want
- Ryan’s ire towards people who go in on other businesses unnecessarily
- How YOU can get involved in future episodes!
Don’t forget that next episode is the start of our exciting new format, and WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We’ll be answering your questions blind and unscripted, so if you want to hear our take on your biggest issues and toughest topics then send them through to firstname.lastname@example.org!
This episode of The Salonology Show is sponsored by Timely. Get 50% off for 3 months with discount code SALONOLOGY at https://www.gettimely.com/gb/
Links and References
Ryan Power: https://www.instagram.com/itsryanpower/
Hollie Power: https://www.instagram.com/holliefromsalonology/
Salonology Superstars: https://www.facebook.com/groups/salonology
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Questions for future episodes: firstname.lastname@example.org
“When everything is taken away from you, it becomes very clear what you really, really miss and how you want your life to look, and this applies to business and our personal lives as well.” – 8:45 – Hollie Power
“Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it. The reason why this has been one of my main takeaways is because, whilst everyone might not have been in the same boat, we were all in the same storm.” – 10:35 – Ryan Power
“Some people fell through the cracks when it came to government grants and support, which was really sad for a lot of people. It was a very difficult and a really challenging time. So it has made us realize that it’s always good to have other ideas as backups.” – 12:35 – Hollie Power
“When things are difficult, I always remember that everything is cyclical. You look at the history of humankind and the history of the economy; things go up, things go down, things go up, things go down. This is something we have to remember all the time when you’re down, you’re going to go back up again.” – 17:40 – Hollie Power
“If, over the lockdown period, you enjoyed the fact that you got to spend more family time, or time with the kids – which was a positive that came out of it for a lot of people – then you need to start factoring that into every week for you.” – 20:05 – Ryan Power
“If you don’t like something that someone else is doing in another business, just move on. Right? Why would you feel the need to highlight it in some way? It is just such a bad look going in on other business owners and other people.” – 22:35 – Ryan Power