Success isn’t about the money, although living in abundance is better than living in lack.
Success is the client who cries in the chair because she’s hated her hair for 55 years.
Success is the mom who wants to embrace who she is to set an example for her seven-year-old daughter.
Success is breaking down stereotypes of what is considered a “professional” way to wear your hair.
Success is freeing someone from a belief system that says you are only “pretty” if you look a certain way.
Success is training an entire generation of women to say no to a standard of beauty that doesn’t include diversity.
Success is the ripple effect that happens when clients feel good about themselves, translating into all areas of their lives.
Success is the client who’s battled cancer and needs to learn how to work with her newly found chemo curls.
Success is different for everyone, and as with everything in business, you need to be clear on how you define it.
Write down your definition of success.
When we write down our goals, expectations, etc., it makes it real.