Sustainability in your salon

Sustainability and your salon: Where on earth do you start?

12 Feb 2019 by Jay Chapman

Climate change, carbon footprint, green energy, clean energy…. It’s no wonder we get overwhelmed with knowing where to start to reduce our impact on the environment. Below I have listed some simple steps to help you reduce your impact to what is now a global problem. Let’s go! Continue reading…

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Jay Chapman

Jay Chapman

Senior Business Coach, The ZING Project
When Lisa (ZING’s founder) started coaching Jay in his own salon 8 years ago, his thinking made an epic shift. He took it to the next level, trusted day-to-day salon management to his team and stepped away to pursue life goals like starting a family and becoming a ZING Salon Coach. He’s now been exclusively coaching for ZING for over 6 years.

“It’s incredibly rewarding showing clients how to move past their limiting beliefs to what’s possible. I’ve been in their shoes. I know what it’s like to own a salon and struggle to motivate a team, achieve balance and make the money you deserve.”
Jay Chapman

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Your salon marketing machine

10 Sep 2018 by Jay Chapman

Where do we start so we can get our marketing machine happening? So that it actually gives us a return on our investment of time, effort and money! Now that is such a huge question with a very long and complex set of answers, although I could talk about this topic for hours on end, I appreciate that this is a blog post not a novel. Continue reading…

Business tips

Jay Chapman

Jay Chapman

Senior Business Coach, The ZING Project
When Lisa (ZING’s founder) started coaching Jay in his own salon 8 years ago, his thinking made an epic shift. He took it to the next level, trusted day-to-day salon management to his team and stepped away to pursue life goals like starting a family and becoming a ZING Salon Coach. He’s now been exclusively coaching for ZING for over 6 years.

“It’s incredibly rewarding showing clients how to move past their limiting beliefs to what’s possible. I’ve been in their shoes. I know what it’s like to own a salon and struggle to motivate a team, achieve balance and make the money you deserve.”
Jay Chapman

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