1 hr 7 min

EP222: Why You Need to Charge Your Worth with Maddi Cook of Boss Your Salon How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

    • Fashion & Beauty

We all need to charge our worth. But lets be honest here, how many of you really are? This topic is to be the centrepiece of my conversation today with Maddi Cook of Boss Your Salon. Maddi is somebody I got to know over lockdown, and eversince I have become seriously impressed by. Because in getting to know Maddi, I've got to see how she is a mentor on a mission – teaching our industry how to stop winging it, and start thinking like business owners.



Maddi Cook has taught thousands of hair and beauty pros how to price for profit, and set boundaries to prevent the dreaded burnout. So they can create the businesses they daydreamed of when they first started out! So some of the stuff Maddi shares in this episode may run counter with what you hear a lot of the time. But I think you'll find that when you really break down what she's suggesting, it makes a ton of sense.



You'll hear about Maddi's origin story in hairdressing and the failures she went through that has led to become the salon business mentor she is today. She shares lots of insights she's learned along the way, including how to charge properly, and why she believes we need to be setting and enforcing boundaries and policies all resulting in giving us all better lifestyles. She even shares her thoughts on a more proportional representation of women in the industry.



Maddi is full of so much of good advice, whether you're a salon owner or independent hair professional. This episode is great listen for us all!



 







 



A podcast produced by Hairy Media Productions 

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Support the How To Cut It podcast by becoming a Patreon HERE







 



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Thank you to Maddi Cook for joining me on todays podcast.



Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye.



 

We all need to charge our worth. But lets be honest here, how many of you really are? This topic is to be the centrepiece of my conversation today with Maddi Cook of Boss Your Salon. Maddi is somebody I got to know over lockdown, and eversince I have become seriously impressed by. Because in getting to know Maddi, I've got to see how she is a mentor on a mission – teaching our industry how to stop winging it, and start thinking like business owners.



Maddi Cook has taught thousands of hair and beauty pros how to price for profit, and set boundaries to prevent the dreaded burnout. So they can create the businesses they daydreamed of when they first started out! So some of the stuff Maddi shares in this episode may run counter with what you hear a lot of the time. But I think you'll find that when you really break down what she's suggesting, it makes a ton of sense.



You'll hear about Maddi's origin story in hairdressing and the failures she went through that has led to become the salon business mentor she is today. She shares lots of insights she's learned along the way, including how to charge properly, and why she believes we need to be setting and enforcing boundaries and policies all resulting in giving us all better lifestyles. She even shares her thoughts on a more proportional representation of women in the industry.



Maddi is full of so much of good advice, whether you're a salon owner or independent hair professional. This episode is great listen for us all!



 







 



A podcast produced by Hairy Media Productions 

Thanks for Listening

 



Support the How To Cut It podcast by becoming a Patreon HERE







 



To share your thoughts:



Leave a note in the comment section below.

Ask a question by emailing me HERE

Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.



To help out the show:



Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.

Subscribe on iTunes.

Follow on Spotify.

Subscribe by Email.



Thank you to Maddi Cook for joining me on todays podcast.



Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye.



 

1 hr 7 min