Ep 36 – Velia Dance – 5 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Business

Hey Photogs! So, you haven't been getting enough business recently and you don't know what to do. You know you need to change something, but what and how? Mike goes over five questions you should ask yourself to help improve your business during those tough times with Velia Dance. 

More About our Guest Speaker:
Velia Dance is a licensed cosmetologist of 19 years, consultant, and educator in the beauty industry. Editorial contributor of M Magazine, former salon owner, and co-creator of the Bay Area’s exclusive mobile salon and spa, D’railed Beauty Trolley, Velia’s passion is to elevate the beauty industry by sharing her knowledge and teaching the next generation of industry professionals.

Discussion Topics:

  • Understanding your clients better and listening to their needs.
  • Are you able to meet your financial goals in the location you are in?
  • Don't market to everybody and be everybody's everything.
  • Setting realistic expectations and goals.

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About the Author Laura Silva

Laura Silva is the editor and show notes writer for the Photogs Unite! Podcast. When she's not refining the audio for the show, she edits videos on the side. She also volunteers at her local yoga center, where she can do a killer Astavakrasana (Eight-Angle Pose). Namaste.

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Krista says July 6, 2018

Loved this episode. A lot of great points and how to reassess your goals and keep your eyes on the prize and also give yourself credit for past successes.

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