Michael Levine explains how one young hairdresser built her business fast after graduating—and what you can learn from her to increase your own profits in six months.
I have 50 employees, and my business model is to not hire hairstylists with a clientele. We develop talent rather than recruit it. I see some succeed, some stagnate and a few achieve success very quickly.
Today I thought I would share a story of two young stylists I hired at the same time, with very similar skill sets, both very attractive. (I mention their looks because let’s face it: sometimes the really pretty ones can have an unfair advantage on ugly scrubs like myself, regardless of ability.) I will refer to them as “Kim” and “Khloe.”