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The Surprising Reason Introverts Are Better At Sales

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Still trying to justify retail training for your quiet spa therapists? Read this insightful article by Geoffrey James from INC magazine.   

The stereotype of a successful salesperson is an extrovert who sells anything to anybody. He (or, less commonly, she) charms customers so thoroughly that they sign on the dotted line before they know what hit them. Read More

The Shocking Truth about Wellness Retail Sales

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Excerpt from The Engaged Therapist: How Spas Can Increase Retail Sales Now and Forevermore

Currently, wellness facilities and concepts are growing both independent of and across the landscape of spa. Millions of dollars are being spent creating new spaces and programs to enhance mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being.

But when I peep behind the curtain, I see with few exceptions, that the gate-keepers and their outlook toward  therapist training hasn’t changed. See the chart below: Read More

Spa Super Sellers-Hidden in Plain Sight

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A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. That’s why as an “industry insider” I am constantly surprised at how spas and hotels continue to miss the obvious. The spa industry is losing millions in revenue from retail product sales. Obviously if you resolve that problem, a lot will begin to correct itself in the way of market share, customer and employee retention. Read More

Final Report-What No Spa Consultant Will Ever Tell You

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It’s here! I just received my third and final post training retail  sales report and the results are not surprising.

If you’ve been following me you know that three weeks ago,  I wrote about training the hair stylists at a Five-Star property in Hong Kong.  I was absolutely thrilled at the opportunity because so many decision makers balk at the idea of budgeting for staff training.

In fact most of my conversations with spa managers center around  their justification of cost. “What will the return on investment be? Is it worth it?”  Read More

2nd Week Retail Results-What No Spa Consultant Will Ever Tell You

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We’re now in the second week of tracking the retail results. If you’ve been following me you know that three weeks ago,  I wrote about training the hair stylists at a Five-Star luxury hotel in Hong Kong. This was a new area of the beauty industry for me as my experience has always centered on spa. Read More

Reflecting on ISPA 2017

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I had the honor of being selected to present at the ISPA 2017 conference on October 18 at Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. My topic was “Introverts: The Secret of Increasing Retail Sales”

I had attended ISPA in 2013 as a blogger but it was my first time as a presenter.  Read More

Introverts: The Secret of Increasing Retail Sales at ISPA2017

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Despite the disproportionate number of introverts in the spa industry, most retail sales training is still presented from a traditional perspective geared toward outgoing personalities. Join me at ISPA2017 in Las Vegas on Wednesday, October 18, 2017  8 – 9 AM. Read More

Every Spa Guest Has a Story

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When training spa therapists I’ll use story-telling to measure where they are with engagement, and recommendations for products and services. If you are a spa manager or director try presenting this case study to your staff. Read More