We asked insiders and experts from various industries to tell us something they think outsiders are unaware of and we’ve shared a few of those responses below.
Natalia Beley | Chief Curator and Owner
Well that’s a tough question but I think that there is a misconception that owning your store is easy; you just buy some stuff, open the doors and watch the money roll in. I don’t think anything could be further from the truth. Owning your own small business is so much hard work, perseverance and sometimes tears. It can take years to really develop your customer base and really establish yourself in the community as a business owner. Read more>>
Curdy Aka King Mastermind | Ceo of Every Voice Entertainment and Host of Every Voice Radio
It’s take time and being consistent if you are trying to get into the field. Sometimes it will feel like you don’t have support because you not moving as fast as you want but everything has it own time. And when it meant for you it will come. Read more>>
Ashley Smith | Master Licensed Esthetician, Licensed Educator & Mentor
I think that outsiders to the Esthetics industry don’t realize the amount of Science involved in being an Esthetician. When we are performing services we are applying Sciences such as Human biology and Chemistry. Something as simple as the humidity in a room can effect the outcome of some of our services so there is a lot of critical thinking, preparation and planning involved and let’s not forget the business skills & tenacity it truly takes to successful in a career field that is currently trending. Becoming a professional Esthetician is committing to life-long learning in an ever changing career field. There are always new technologies, improved techniques, products and ingredients that we need to stay abreast to there is never a dull moment. Read more>>