Dec 17, 2019
Welcome to the second episode of Spa Skin and Beauty podcast formerly known as the Lindsey Holder Podcast, with your hosts, Lindsey and Ashley. Now that you've realized your dream and opened a business, you're probably wondering what to do next. In today's episode, we start where we left off with the last show. First, Ashley will give you the specifics of what you need to have in place in your business, then she will go into each aspect with a more detailed explanation. Listen in, to find out more.
In this podcast, you will get tips on how to run a small business, and you will also find out how to keep yourself looking good while you do it. Today, Ashley asks Lindsey about her business experience in owning a spa and Lindsey shares some of the basic business knowledge that she's learned along the way. They also talk about some of the challenges that they've seen several new business owners go through, so tune in now, to get their valuable advice.
With over a decade of experience being both a licensed esthetician and owning her own spa with her skin obsessed sis and researcher Ashley working right beside her! In later episodes, Let’s listen to these sisters' thoughts, facts, opinions, and advice on skincare and ways to optimize your health!
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