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How to Maximize Your Own Personal Growth and Development

“You and only you control your own destiny”   Personal growth and development involves many factors such as clearly defining what will make you happy and your ability to unleash the power within to make your goals and dreams a reality. Are you maximizing your full learning and earning potential, have you clearly defined your […]

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Thank You From Jon Gonzales

 “Real entrepreneurs are open minded professionals who strive for new ideas, concepts in finding solutions.”   Jon Gonzales Thank you for following my weekly blog and for your interest in Hairdresser Career Development Systems. This blog post is designed to help salon owners  improve salon profits, help you to develop powerful business management skills, and help […]

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Salon Owners: Eight Incredible Days to Renew Your Passion!

  “Let us unite as salon owners and  professionals;let us cherish the unity and pride that binds us together.” You’re invited to be part of our new grass roots movement by attending our 8 Day Salon Owners Summit Conference sailing to the Caribbean February 1-8th. We will be visiting The Bahamas,Curacao,Netherlands Antilles and Aruba,Netherlands Antilles,sailing […]

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Six Tips on What it Takes to Succeed

  ” A formal education will make you a living;self-education will make you a fortune.” -Brian Tracey   As I travel throughout the United States and Canada, presenting my business and personal growth classes, I am always asked the same questions, how can I reach higher levels of excellence  in the beauty profession? Why do […]

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Employee Training Begins With Your Employee Hand Book

Employee Training Begins With Your Employee Hand Book

“The secret to winning is constant, consistent management” – Tom Landry As the economy struggles to get out of a recession, small business owners are being stymied by government regulations that are making it difficult and challenging to own a small and profitable business.  Bridging the gap between staff and management is also a growing […]

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