Does every social media post have to be “perfect”? 

“I don’t need a degree in videography!” 🙀🙀🙀


That’s 👆🏻 the BEST testimonial feedback I’ve heard in a longggg time! 😂


After I host the 4 hour Social Media 101 in-person class, I set up follow-up calls 2-3 weeks later with the technicians that attended so I can answer any follow up questions, give more support & collect feedback about the class!


While Olivia is napping, I set up the coaching calls -in our second bathroom😜- to talk things out (it’s like a therapy call, but business related) and unpack old limiting beliefs that are holding them back, set up social media schedules for the month or strategize ways to attract more income. 💵


Just this week, I spoke with Aubrie and she had the kindest things to say about being a part of the social media class with her peers at Salon 75! 👋🏻


This is what she said:

Before the social media class I felt overwhelmed and felt like every post had to be “perfect”. During class, I learned how to edit videos on Instagram and that I don’t have to have a degree in videography to create awesome content! I’m glad I took the class, it was definitely worth it and I’m excited to start applying the strategies that I learned. Posting online is definitely not as hard as I thought it would be, and now that I know what to do, I think it can be really fun!
Social Media 101 Participant

If you’d like to learn more about the in-person classes that I host, comment below and I’ll send you some info.


P.S. – Take a look at some BTS footage here.

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