As an entrepreneur, you have beliefs about the things you don't always have precise answers for. For example, whether the launch of a new product line or an online store will succeed or if your customers will react positively when you go from one way of operating to another. However, if you're not paying attention to your staff, customers, or even your market as a whole — if you're not ready to change said beliefs when things aren't working the way they should, you risk undermining the growth and prosperity of your salon business.
Pivoting isn't an easy feat, but the more you do it, the more comfortable you become with innovating and navigating uncertainty, all the while developing your staff into a seasoned team.
Featuring Haus of Heir leaders Ramiro Corrales (@ramirocorrales) and Cameron Kepford (@cameronkepford), this week's episode explores their deep desire to create long-term value. More specifically, we talk about their experience with embracing change, their strategies to mitigate risk, and address how you don't always need a crisis to pivot (not to say you shouldn't take advantage of one).
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