Keep Your Knows In Your Business

It’s Up To You To Mind Your Own Business & Know Your Own Business…

This is one of those tough-love emails.  I’m risking ticking off a few of my readers, but I’m unwilling to watch you risk the future of your business.  You’ve chosen an industry that is filled with amazing talents & passions, courage & creativity, and opportunities to simply give you the life you’ve always dreamed of.  But, you’ve also chosen an industry that is ever-changing.

One of your biggest struggles as a salon & spa service provider is…  The ability to mind your own business and know your own business.

It’s not enough to pretend you know how to run your own business.  It’s not acceptable to rely on the salon & spa owner to provide you with a full book of clientele.  It’s not alright to think that you don’t have to work hard for everything you want with your business.  It’s not tolerable for your team when you choose to not be a strong team player.  It’s harming you and your business when you’re not tapping into your natural tendencies and your authentic self.

The marketplace is demanding, fast-moving, and changes by the minute.  So, in order to make it in the industry; you’ve got to work your business on the offensive, with a sense of urgency, and an unwavering commitment to do whatever it takes to build and grow your business.

Will it take a lot of hard work, determination, and personal & professional development?  YES!  But, it’s so rewarding to create an amazing lifestyle supported by your passions and talents.

So how do you take control of your business?  How do you keep your mind in your business? And how do you know your own business?

You must get yourself a bit uncomfortable… And do things you once thought were improbable and impossible.

I’m sure if you’ve been following me over the past couple of years, you’ve heard me talk a lot about my Business Trifecta Model.  This is the business model that will keep your mindset, your thoughts, your behaviors, your actions, and your results in check.  It’s a model that works together to leverage every opportunity that’s right in front of you.

The Business Trifecta Model will change the way you mind your own business and know your own business.

The Business Trifecta Model is comprised of 3 areas:

  1. Sales
  2. Team
  3. Leadership

But, the most important part of the model is how you use each part and how they’re used together.  It’s not the typical Sales, Team, and Leadership you’re accustomed to…  I take your mindset and thoughts to a different operating level.  I will shift your context to view each area in a whole new modern approach to business.

Join me for a sneak preview of the Business Trifecta Model on Monday, May 19 for a 20-minute Teleseminar of Live Education.  I will be digging into the model a bit and start getting you to think in different ways.  I will show you that sales can actually be fun & easy, that playing on a team totally helps you versus the general annoyance once thought, and how to tap into your natural leadership tendencies.

Register Now for the sneak preview of my Business Trifecta Model at no charge.


Join me at one of my upcoming Business Trifecta Events.  I’ve invited one of my friends, the ever-popular, high-in-demand, and inspiring Peter G’ to join me on stage.  I’ve made special arrangements to offer Special Pricing for this event…. Details & Registration at

I hope to have you on the call on Monday, May 19th, 2014 or at a Business Trifecta Event soon.

I will teach you in detail and in depth how to mind your own business and how to know your own business while creating the business and personal life you’ve always dreamed of.

It’s time you stop relying on others to build your future; it’s time you take total control.

Yours In Success,


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