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New Years Challenge week 2

by Coach Christopher · 14 comments

Salon Spa New Years Resolutions Challenge ...last week was 'expenses' and this week is SYSTEMS, i.e. Retail, Rescheduling or a Referral system Comment below and let me know: 1. if you're in! 2. What you did from week one to SAVE on your expenses!

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Coach Christopher

comment here!

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Jamie Jacob

Since I couldn’t get rent down I decided to work on getting less expensive products because the more expensive products don’t move and $35 seems to be the magic number that they are willing to spend without much hesitation.

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Steve

Very awesome.

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Coach Christopher

Thanks Steve!

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Christy Greene

I saved by having my laundry lady come in 2x a month vs 8x/month which I saved in one month in delivery fees from $80 to $20. This is with one phone call.

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Angie Elder

I took advice from the membership site and limited the number of gc bookings per day, streamlined our product lines to lower stock in the slow movers, and am clearing out some dust collecting products. Reduced the variety of coffee and tea flavored to the most popular ones.

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Linda Lavelle

I’m in!

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Marie

I set a deadline for my management and front desk to convert our POS system to Spabooker which will consolidate several services I am currently paying for into one low monthly payment of $125 instead of $1025. $900 savings per month. We have been dragging feet getting this done until now.

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sharon

I looked at all the slow movers. i won’t be ordering them in the future. I was thinking of bringing in a new line. decided not to do that. I am getting my towels every other week instead each week. I will save $100 – $300 on product inventory and about $37.oo a month by getting towels every other week.

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sharon

i am in

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Marie

I have ordered very inexpensive 3×5 pads I had printed to look like a gift certificate and we call them “spa dollars”. Technicians are instructed to hand them out as rewards as well as encouragement to refer friends as well as to encourage a return visit quickly. hey can really be used in so many ways. Will try to upload a pic of one. It’s a little soon to tell the results as the typical exp date is 2-4 weeks from the date given. I am encouraged to see enthusiasm among technicians to get involved and give them out. The typical reward is NOT a discount but rather a value added service such as a paraffin dip with a pedicure, etc.

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Coach Christopher

Great plan, Marie! Have a contest for the staff to keep them motivated!

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