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Fostering Artistic Growth

Often, I compare top salon professionals to various types of other artists. One of

the finest chefs who owns and operates THE INN AT LITTLE WASHINGTON, (now

on Video, "THE INN) , speaks of developing his talented staff; encouraging them to become

"The Best". His words:

"Sometimes it is hard to expect people to spontaneously improve their already wonderful

levels of skill and talent. So, it becomes necessary for us to create a level of discomfort in order to create growth.

When everyone is comfortable..... there is no growth. It's OK for

people to be on edge sometimes.

No matter how long you successfully work in your capacity, we must always CONTINUE


Let's continue to evolve, to grow and to be inspired in our work. Being in the company

of other passionate hair colorists is massively inspiring. I look forward to seeing you

in near Hilton Head, South Carolina, March 13th, and at America's Beauty Show, on

April 16th (lunch and learn) or April 17th (Breakfast with Beth). PS: I'm packing for

next Sunday's class in Palm Beach. So Excited! B

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