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WHY YOUR HAIR CHANGES EVERY THREE MONTHS AND HOW TO NOTICE IT

It’s crucial to understand the different stages that your hair can change in order to promote healthy haircare

Article by Diane Shawe ME.d and Author

Did you know that your hair has a life of its own? But we intervene daily with various chemicals internally and externally applied then we bully the hair with unnaturally high temperatures, creams, sprays, tight braids and cornrows.

On top of that apart from the odd bad hair day, our hair actually goes through a natural cycle of growth consisting of three distinct stages, each of which can change its texture and appearance.

All of your hair is at different Growth Cycle

Hair Growth Cycle

The most notable of these is the growth phase, known as anagen, during which individual hair follicles grow for roughly a six year period.

This is followed by a 10-day-long transitional period known as catagen and a three month resting period, referred to as telogen, during which time the hair will shed.

After this, the hair follicles should remain inactive for roughly three months before the entire process is repeated. However, it’s worth noting that each hair follicle goes through the growth cycle at different times, otherwise your hair would all fall out at the same time.

It’s crucial to understand the three phases of the cycle in order to ensure you’re taking care of your hair appropriately, explains Diane Shawe of Need a Hair Makeover Specialist Salon.

“During the growing stage, the hair needs to be kept in the best condition as it will remain in this state for five to seven years,”

Meanwhile, during the catagen period it’s imperative to ensure that your hair is properly nourished so as to promote blood flow to the scalp, and recommends a hair mask or overnight treatment as a way to do this.

However, despite the distinct stages, it can be difficult to identify when they are occurring because the changes may be very subtle, but the more obvious reasons for changes is ageing.

Taking good care of your hair is important

“Over time, some women and men may notice thinning in their hair which is usually down to hormonal changes, health issues and too much use of external toxins applied through use of various haircare products. For instance some women report thicker, fuller hair during their pregnancy when they are producing more hormones, and then hair loss or thinning after they’ve given birth as the hormone levels return to normal.”

According to research and credible reports the average woman loses 50-100 hairs a day. While this shouldn’t be cause for concern, if evidence of extensive hair loss is something you’re worried about see your doctor or hair loss Specialist.

Many women are often persuaded to opt for a shorter cut when they are older, but you should seek advice on alternates and see if they may be able to suggest the best way to make your hair look fuller.

According to Hair Extensions and Hairloss expert and author Diane Shawe, the appearance of a person’s hair can also act as a “snapshot of their general health and wellbeing,” meaning it can also change outside of its natural cycle for a number of reasons such as dietary changes or health challenges.

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The good thing is that hair can be changed and improved either by hair treatments, hair extensions or supplements, you really don’t have to have what nature gives you!”.

The way your hair transforms over time can also be affected by the amount of heat you expose it to, explains Diane as more and more women turn to high performance ceramic high temperature straighteners and curlers.

When you are a child, hair condition tends to be good as hair is not subjected to as much chemical or heat damage, but sadly this is also changing as advertisers target young teenagers who then pressure their parents into gifting or lending them these tools.

As you get older and start to use colours, chemical products and tools (hair dryers, straighteners, tongs), hair quality can diminish unless properly looked after and so this is why need a hair makeover often recommend having regular deep conditioning mask and steam treatments accompanied by a trim or cuts.

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What could be the defining hairstyles in 2019? It’s not what you think..by Diane Shawe

This is a very big question. Just in the UK alone we see a diversity of hair trends across the various groups. However I have seen a surge in two areas regardless of the wearers hair type or length.

Article by Diane Shawe

Modern top-knots

Top-knots used to be the hairstyle of you did if you didn’t have time to do your hair or you was a granny. But then Chanel’s Fall 2018 ready-to-wear show happened.

The models appeared on the runway as if they had literally just thrown their hair up into the up-do and suddenly ‘undone’ hair was cool again.

For the first time in my life I actually wore a modern top bun and felt really chic.

The trick to the perfect ‘imperfectly perfect’ bun, is to tie your hair into a ponytail before twisting it into a bun, so that the ends remain loose and messy. Then, for added texture

Adult accessories

From the humble hair clip to more statement bows and ribbons, hair accessories have stolen the hair limelight in recent months. I predict a sophisticated version will only grow in popularity as women with limited time and wanting to make a statement reach for those clips, grips, bows, gems and pins.

“It really started over the summer months where the heat was extreme and so people were wearing their hair up and accessorising.

Although all of the accessories differ in shape and style, they all can be adapted to a multitude of looks which is why I think it will be key for 2019.” we are even seeing natural hair being accessorised by grown women.

Let’s hope we get another wrapping hot summer like 2918.

Undercutting your Hair Extensions Competition


Extracted from Getting Started in the Hair Extension Business by Diane Shawe

If your hair extension studio is a real under-cutter, care will have to be taken to keep costs as low as realistic as possible.

Don’t be shy when it comes to taking money for your services. Charge for the value of the benefits that you offer.

You must put a value on your services; look at your type of clientele, hair extension location, experience of employees, your clients’ needs and, the prices of the competition.

Price is sometimes seen as a sign of quality and value. Price can attract like-minded customers. They think that because your prices are high, the technician in your hair extension studio must be good. If your prices are high, it is important to promote to the high paying customers, the value of your service.

There are a lot of competitors, so low prices alone, might not be enough to keep the low paying customers coming back. Clients who look for bargains are not only looking for low prices, but they want to get great results too.

You must determine how much value you can offer. To be of value to clients, you must know what the clients’ needs are. Understand what benefits they wish to receive, what pain they want to relieve.

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The benefits they want might be a quick service with no waiting, or it could be that they want an expert doing their hair. They might prefer certain products used on their hair, or to know that they can be squeezed in at short notice occasionally.

Their pain might be that they begrudge spending time on their hair, or that they loathe technicians who don’t listen to them. It might be that they just haven’t found the right retail products to use at home.

Profit margins will be low, so a lot of clients will have to go through the hair extension studio, just for you to be able to pay the overheads. It will most likely mean offering fewer services and probably, rushing clients through. Even the employees will have to be paid a low salary.

In some cases, this could mean that the employees are much less experienced than you may like. You really need to decide on what sort of employees you want in your hair extension studio. You will find that the best technicians won’t want to work in a cheap hair extensions studio. Not only would it hurt their reputations, but they wouldn’t work for a low salary.

Your clientele will most likely be bargain hunters who probably won’t spend on retail products either.

Charge by experience
If your employees have exceptional skills or experience, you can charge more. If you promote these benefits well, you’ll find that clients don’t mind paying extra. A lot of clients don’t mind paying for the name, or the prestige.

Some hair extension studios charge by the experience of the hair technician performing the service. As employees reach certain levels of experience, they charge more. This seems to work very well for them.

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Open letter to Hair Extensions Lovers from Diane Shawe

Dear Potential Client

At Need a Hair makeover hair extensions and hair loss specialist salon we can help make your dreams come true.

Accredited 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟Salon by @goodsalonguide as a top Hair Extensions Artist, we recognise how important your hair is to you.

Diane Shawe Author of ‘Getting Started in the Hair Extensions Business’ and ‘How Hair Extensions are Sourced Treated and Graded’

So what do we do?

Are you tired of your hair style and sick of waiting for your hair to get to the length you want, sick of chemicals, sick of your hair falling out? sick of thin lack lustra hair or do you need to disguise bald patches or do you just want a reliable specialist salon?

Well we can help you by using Hair Extensions, specialist hair pieces and wigs which presents a discreet undetectable solution.

Our Experience

With over 18 different hair extensions techniques and 30 years experience, there is bound to be one technique that can safely help achieve your hair goal in a short time without damaging your hair.

So if you have short hair but want it long, straight hair but want it curly, thin hair but want it thick, bald patches that need disguising or even if you want a total transformation such as a totally different colour, lenght and thickness we offer a free consulting service packed with advice and ideas.

Some trends

For instance this year long curls are the look that is continuing to evolve . In addition to all the classics, we are seeing looser curls, wavy hairstyles and curly trending, but the brilliant thing about hair extensions and hair pieces is that we can work with any gender, all ages, hair types and hair lenghts. Wigs are also in big time

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What else do we do

We also work with models, actors, brides, wedding and prom hair group booking. Treat and disguising hair loss caused by medication, health issues or chemical damage.

Our makeovers can also include facials, contouring makeup, nail extensions, hair conditioning and photo.

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We also have a private room for those who prefer to be treated exclusively, we take all major debit and credit cards, you can book appointments online

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53 facts, tips, and ideas that will surely give you the best ombre hair experience

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Ombre hair is not something new. Many celebrities have gone with this look and have made these hairstyles as memorable as their image on TV or in films. If you want to get that amazing look with two or even three color combinations to your hair, then you should definitely go ombre yourself and read on.

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Whether you are going to a hairstylist or if you want to do it yourself, it is best to learn as much about it as you can. One of the best things about going ombre is that you have a wide variety of colors and shades to choose from. You can choose the color for your hair roots, highlights and ends as long as you know the basics of ombre hair design.

Here’s a list of 53 facts, tips, and ideas that will surely give you the best ombre hair experience:

 

1. It Has A Simple Definition.

This style is often loved because it has a beautiful coloring effect where the bottom part of your hair looks a little bit lighter than the upper portion. To do this, you should bleach your hair’s lower portion. You should bleach the bottom part of the hair, and you dye it afterward. This will prevent your hair from looking brassy or orange-like in color. This step is useful only if you want to even out your ombre tone.

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10 Costly Hair Extensions Mistakes by Diane Shawe

Celebrities on Red carpets and magazines have normalised hair extensions. Hair Extensions have been a trending topic among many women on YouTube. It is arguable that the main reason for the popularity of hair extensions is that one can get instant gratification. That extension adds to the thickness and fullness of hair in a shorter period of time than waiting for hair to grow.

As a woman, confidence is in constant flux, I know we all have those days that we just feel great. Our skin is glowing, our eyeliner went on just right, and our hair is lying the right way. And then we have those weeks where we just feel like our look has passed its expiration date.

Diane Shawe Author of ‘Getting Started in the Hair Extension Business’ and ‘How Hair Extensions are Sourced, Graded and Treated’ introduces the top 10 costly mistakes new and experienced clients make with their hair extensions.

1. Buying advertised premium Hair Extensions Cheaply

There is nothing wrong with cheap hair extensions but, when someone is marketing grade AAA virgin Brazilian double drawn human hair 18inches for £15 or £23 a bundle what sounds to Good to be true is often untrue.

If you do decide to buy this type of hair my advice is that they are only meant to be worn for fun or a couple of times.

Often cheap hair extensions are produced from mixed fibers and can look very glossy and healthy. If Worn excessively or worn to bed they will frizz and become matted.

All the other issues mentioned below would also be related.

So if you want your hair tho look like your favourite celebrity remember they are paying the going rates for the best.

2. Using Hair spray

Most hair extensions are processed abroad. In line with exporting regulations they have to be sprayed and sealed with an insect repellent so that insects cannot cross borders or the hair become infested by lice. Some hair extensions could be in packaging several months or a couple of years!

They are also subjected tho high pressure treatments such as colouring, perming and straightening. They then have tho be rehydrated and often gloss sealed to look enriching so you will buy and war them.

Hairspray from a can destroys all this. If you want to use a spray use pump action instead.

3. Leaving hair loose in bed

I advise all my clients to tie up their hair extensions at need time. Why?

To keep them from getting dried out from moisture from constantly being rubbed against the pillows.

To stop them becoming matted which would result in stressful brushing which causes premature loosening.

4. Wrong Brush

If your new tho hair extensions the brutish you choose to use will determine how your hair extensions look and are maintained.

The roots of your hair and the top of your hair extensions needed to be kept free from tangles short that the hair moves freely and naturally

You need to be able to brush your hair through so as to keep it tangle free workout tugging or causing pre mature loosening

The right brush will also help to make your hair look healtier and shiny.

5. Washing everyday

Hair Extensions do not produce their own oils, you have yup supplement and hydrate them yourself.

Washing them everyday will result in pre mature loosening as the water weighs them down and the oils in the shampoo makes them slide down with the weight of the water.

I know the objective is to probably wash your own greasy hair but it is best you separate the top of your own hair and wash that each day or use a reputable dry shampoo.

It is best to only wash your semi permanent hair extensions once a week to get the longest wear out of them.

6. Dehydration

Hair extensions will become dry and brittle and matt even more when they are dehydrated.

Central heating, air conditioned and being under electric lighting everyday and point 5 contributes to the drying out of hair extensions.

I recommend using a none oil based daily leave in conditioner. Spray from the roots through to the end every morning and before going to bed.

On the topic of Itchy scalp

People with normal to dry scalps will experience itching when wearing hair extensions because the hair extensions are absorbing what little moisture you have on your scalp so its making your scalp even more dry. Its important to spray the leave in conditioner onto your scalp.

With regards to clipins read my article about clipin.

7. Changing hair Extensions colour

In my professional opinion there should be no need to colour hair extensions because most of the popular colours are in distribution.

However as 90% of hair extensions come from Asia were all natural hair colour is black the only hair I will personally work with is 100% natural virgin hair.

If you are not experienced in knowing the difference between blended hair, human hair and virgin hair don’t attempt to re-colour it could be an expensive mistake.

8. Not preparing for holiday

OMG the amount of disaster stories I have heard with regards to this subject matter. Customers spend hundreds on lovely hair prior to flying out on that dream holiday only to end up with a partner or friend cutting it out. This is a big subject and the best I can do is recommend you download my care brochure by clicking here.

9. Oil based products

When you pour oil into water it floats, oil coats things, only the ingredient it is carrying penetrates. So when you put too much oil on your hair extensions it weighs them down, it sticks to your hair and attract the invisible particles to stick to your hair (the bits you see under a purple ultralight)

Try to use none oil based products, try not to commit murder by serums on your hair extensions.

10. Going to bed with wet hair

Why would you want to go to bed with your hair wet? Why would you be washing your hair that late anyway, why not in the morning? It makes no sense! Rant over… Just don’t do it! Matting, Tugging, Loss of hair so extensions look thinner, pre mature loosening I think you get the message.

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Popular Black Hair Products Are Filled With Toxic Chemicals Linked To Disease, Study Finds

A new study claims that the most popular hair products for black women and children contain “multiple chemicals” linked to cancer, weight gain, asthma, and fertility issues, among other things.

Silent Springs Institute found that 80 percent of the 18 tested products (chosen based on customer surveys) contain high levels of chemicals that “disrupt” the endocrine system, which regulates metabolism, reproduction, and more. The product test was broken into six different categories: hot oil treatment, anti-frizz/polish, leave-in conditioner, root stimulator, hair lotion, and relaxer.

The study also found that 84 percent of the “detected chemicals were not listed on the product label,” while 72 percent of the products contained methyl paraben and diethyl phthalate (an acid that can emit toxic gases if burned). The highest numbers of parabens were found in hair lotions:

“The hair products tested contained 45 endocrine disrupting or asthma-associated chemicals, including every targeted chemical class. We found cyclosiloxanes, parabens, and the fragrance marker diethyl phthalate (DEP) at the highest levels, and DEP most frequently. Root stimulators, hair lotions, and relaxers frequently contained nonylphenols, parabens, and fragrances; anti-frizz products contained cyclosiloxanes.

Hair relaxers for children contained five chemicals regulated by California’s Proposition 65 [a 1986 law enacted to protect drinking water in the state from contamination from chemicals known to cause cancer, and reproductive issues] chemicals or prohibited by EU cosmetics regulation. Targeted chemicals were generally not listed on the product label.”

Higher levels of parabens were found in products targeted to black women compared to white women, the study uncovered. Additionally, research suggests that exposure to toxic chemicals in hair oils and relaxers could be directly linked to a “higher prevalence” of asthma in black girls and women, as well as early menstruation, fertility issues, obesity, uterine fibroids, and premature birth rates, along with increased cases of breast and endometrial cancers.

“These results indicate the need for more information about the contribution of consumer products to exposure disparities,” the study concludes. “A precautionary approach would reduce the use of endocrine disrupting chemicals in personal care products and improve labeling so women can select products consistent with their values.”

This isn’t the first time that perilous ingredients in black hair care products have been exposed. In 2016, Black Women for Wellness concluded a five-year study that found similar results.

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Long Curls set to dazzle in summer of 2018 by Diane Shawe

Looking for a full head of hair extensions to help thicken, lengthen, lowlight, highlight or just fancy a change?

First time clients can benefit from our exclusive offer at our trendy dedicated Hair extensions and hair loads salon.

With qualified friendly staff, Head consultant with over 30 years experience, 16 different hair extensions techniques, state of the art equipment you will leave feeling great.

Celebrities on Red carpets and magazines have normalised hair extensions. Hair Extensions have been a trending topic among many women on YouTube. It is arguable that the main reason for the popularity of hair extensions is that one can get instant gratification. That extension adds to the thickness and fullness of hair in a shorter period of time than waiting for hair to grow.

As a woman, confidence is in constant flux, I know we all have those days that we just feel great. Our skin is glowing, our eyeliner went on just right, and our hair is lying the right way. And then we have those weeks where we just feel like our look has passed its expiration date.

This summer long curls are the look that is continuing to evolve throughout 2018. In addition to all the classics, we are seeing looser curls, wavy hairstyles and curling just the tips trending.

That means lots of gorgeous texture and body with less styling time. For ladies wanting these gorgeous textured look, we have some lovely curly hair extensions hairstyles that will make you the centre of attention.

So for some women this is a no-brainer. If their tired of a hair style and sick of waiting for their hair to get to the length they want, sick of chemicals, sick of thin lack lustra hair? then with over 16 different hair extensions techniques there is bound to be one technique that can safely help achieve their hair goal in a short time.

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Six Solutions for dealing with Thin Hair

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Thin hair is frankly hard work! There are lots of products out there to help you thicken or volumise your Hair, but when you see your hair getting thinner and thinner each month I think it is time to take action to reverse the trend or disguise your hair problem so your self esteem can stay intact.

So here are six things you should checkout to help turn the tide:

1. Hair Extensions, Wigs or Hair Pieces
Hair Extensions have become very popular over the last 15 years, however many of the technique are either too heavy our cause more distress tho the client weak hair.

A technique pioneered by Diane called theHook and Latch uses no glue, thread or cornrow giving a flat undetectable look, no stress to the clients hair and very suitable for thin hair or patchy hair.

Pony tails and wigs can also offer a quick transformative look for special occassions.

This is a good way tho keep your confidence and self esteem up which will help keep your stress levels down

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2. Meals
Now, this is easy! Hair thrives on protein, iron, zinc, and vitamin
B12. Get them from lean meats, leafy greens, nuts and beans

3. Blood Works
Routine blood work can test your ferritin (iron stored in the blood)
and vitamin D. Low levels can lead to hair loss, and the fix may be as
simple as adding an iron or vitamin supplement.

4. Hormone Help
Some women are genetically predisposed to female-pattern hair loss,
and birth control pills can suppress overproduction of male hormones.

5. Stress
Just breathe—seriously, it could help! Both sudden and chronic stress can
halt hair growth. If you’ve been through a challenging experience (divorce, job change, death in the family or house move), hair should
grow back.

6. Your Doctor
Every once in a while, hair loss is a symptom of something else that’s
going on with your body. Talk with your doctor about other
possibilities, including:

  • Hormone irregularities
    Thyroid abnormalities
    Lupus
    Anemia

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Why buying a Franchise business makes smarter business sence

Why buying a Franchise business makes smarter business sense

Hoping to be your own boss? OneRick Grossman’s book Franchise Bible and franchise expert outlines the plus side of buying a franchise

The following excerpt is from Rick Grossman’s book Franchise Bible. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes | IndieBound

Very few people have the natural ability or expertise to be efficient at all aspects of running a successful business. That is where the franchisor’s experience comes into play. Franchise organisations offer a structure for launching, operating and growing a business. Indeed, the successful franchisor will deliver the entire framework around which the business is built. Franchisors usually create comprehensive operations manuals and training programs for their franchise owners that cover marketing, operations, accounting, technology and other areas that are specific to the particular business model. These efficiencies are designed to enable franchise owners to earn more and spend less time and effort than otherwise would be required to open and operate a similar business on their own.

Collaboration

The franchise organisation model offers the franchisee the ability to grow under a common brand and share in the benefits of a larger group of business owners. Though each business is independently owned and managed, all franchisees share in the collaborative benefits of the organisation through the support and oversight of the franchisor including:

  • Group advertising resources not typically available to small, independent business owners
  • Owning your own business and making day-to-day decisions yourself, guided by the experience of a successful business enterprise
  • The ability to sell products and services to markets that company-owned outlets have difficulty serving because of higher operational costs and lower motivation of employees in company-owned outlets
  • The benefit of recognized and proven service marks, trademarks, proprietary information, patents and/or designs
  • Training from successful business operators
  • A lower risk of failure and/or loss of investments than if you were to start your own business from scratch
  • Being a part of a uniform operation, which means all franchises will share the same interior and exterior physical appearance, the same product, the same service and product quality and overall customer brand awareness
  • Operational support from the franchisor, both before and after launching your business venture, in areas such as financing, accounting, employee training and operational procedures
  • An opportunity to enhance your management abilities within an established business model that you couldn’t experience in most employment situations

From the franchisor’s perspective, this collaboration:

  • Offers the franchisor a method of rapid expansion
  • Spreads the brand messaging and awareness over a large network of franchise owners
  • Taps in to the franchise owner community’s “pride of ownership”
  • Allows the franchise owner community to grow due to a duplicable system and support
  • Features increased buying power for goods and services due to higher volume with suppliers
  • Enables new products and services to be developed in the field with more testing and input
  • Provides a steady cash flow to the franchisor to facilitate overall growth of the system
  • Can fund the brand recognition effort to grow nationally and globally

Franchising offers a better chance to succeed

The U.S. Department of Commerce and other authors of statistics concerning franchising have shown that the revenue from franchise establishments accounts for over one-third of all U.S. retail sales.

Government research over the years has indicated that the success rate for franchise-owned endeavors is significantly better than the rate for non-franchise-owned small businesses. In short, the good news is that franchising makes up a significant part of the national economy and presents a statistically better chance for success than other business options.

The freedom factor

Most individuals seek three common elements when choosing a franchised business:

  • Flexibility
  • Money
  • Status

These three elements are important for a variety of reasons and seem to be common denominators when people seek a new business as a career path. Flexibility has always been a hot button for entrepreneurs who exchange the stability of a “real job” for the freedom that comes with being their own boss. Money, or income, is always a factor but surprisingly is seldom the most important. We know many people who have left huge salaries behind because they were miserable, to pursue the American Dream and launch a business. Status is an all-encompassing category that includes not only titles and position, but more important, the feeling of purpose one has and being a part of something significant.

Owning a franchise can provide you with all three of these elements if you operate the business successfully and manage your time and resources properly.

Happy franchise owners make more money

It’s been said that if you love what you do, you can’t help but succeed. There’s a lot of truth to this statement. If you can align yourself with a franchise that really fits, you’ll be much happier, which in turn results in higher productivity. This is a simple philosophy that’s often overlooked. Some franchise organisations have suffered because they lost sight of this reality during the fast growth stages.

The explosive growth that many franchises experience is referred to as “hockey stick” growth due to the way it’s charted on a line graph. Sometimes companies are so successful and grow so fast that they seemingly forget about the little things that made them successful in the first place. In this case, their initial success can lead to their ultimate failure. A franchise organisation that forgets that their franchise-owner community is in fact their “customer” base (each of whom should be treated with respect and with an eye towards making them satisfied) usually comes down like a house of cards.

Think about this for just a moment: If the franchisor understands that its franchisees are the heart and soul of their success and understand a very basic premise — if the franchisees are happy then they’ll generate more revenue — then it will build on that reputation and financial model. But if the franchisor sees its franchisees merely as cogs in a wheel that deserve no respect, the system ultimately fails — and not because the end product is poor, but because the sales force that’s presenting the product to the general public is dissatisfied. We see this all too often.

Disclaimer: Rick Grossman’s Franchise exerts  inside this blog are by no means an endorsement of any particular franchise.

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