Episode Show Notes
Welcome back to The Salonology Show – but not quite as you know it…
We are unbelievably pumped to share with you all the first episode of our BRAND NEW FORMAT! We’ve swapped out OUR script for YOUR questions, as we offer our blind takes on the hot topics you want to hear from us.
Kicking things off in style, we chip in with our two cents on the UK vs US marketing style debate, our holy trinity of rules for a happy life, and consider our lives in the alternate universe where money is no object – so nothing too dramatic…
This episode of The Salonology Show covers:
- Marketing the right message, to the right audience, in the right way
- Key differences in UK vs US marketing
- Our 3 golden rules for a happy life
- How we’d spend our lives if money were no object
Don’t forget that this 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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“One of the main reasons why we set this business up was that we wanted it to work with the other things that we wanted to do in our life. I couldn’t ever imagine doing a 9-5 office job again. The idea of a commute to work fills me with dread.” – 6:30 – Ryan Power
“You don’t need to attract everybody, you just need to attract a certain amount of your own tribe, right? So if you’re loud, and it’s that style of marketing that you want to put out there because it is an extension of who you are as a person and who your brand is, then I don’t think there’s a problem with that.” – 9:10 – Ryan Power
“This relates to any kind of marketing: Whatever you do, whether it’s in your face, quiet, open and honest, emotional, raw, pink and fluffy, or very girly, that’s got to be who you are as business.” – 14:00 – Hollie Power
“Having a big goal that lights you up is what keeps me working and keeps me excited, and it puts fire in my belly. I have to have fire in my belly to be happy, because to me it’s all about achieving things and striving and moving forward, and knowing what it is that lights you up.” – 20:00 – Hollie Power
“I think it’s also worth trying to acknowledge those smaller things, and those smaller wins as well. Just each day before you get to bed, if you could write down one thing that’s happened that’s been good that day, it’s a really worthwhile activity.” – 23:40 – Ryan Power