Congratulations! You have a good client! You’ve either converted an existing client or attracted a new one and you’re worried that it’s too good to be true. Appointments are going smoothly and you want to keep your good clients coming back to you. There are a few things you can do to protect your workplace bliss.
As described in Part 1 of this series, avoiding a bad client is worth much more than that potential lost income. Wracking your brain about poor retention, or trying to get your client to come for their fills on time are examples of the small things that wear you down and create resentment. Help minimize your stress and fill your books with “good” clients by creating “good” clients. Now that you’ve got a good potential client, you can use the following three tools to Confirm that they are a good client or Convert an Okay client to a Great one!
Want to make more money while decreasing your stress and improving your skills? Fill your books with only Good Clients.
Our creative juices are free to flow and there is space to improve our skills when we are not in a fight or flight mode. In a lower stress environment, we have a chance to nurture the artistic side of lashmaking and we can enjoy the emotional benefits that come from creating art. This is why I believe it is absolutely worth our time to make an effort to fill our books with just Good Clients in the first place.