Fundamentals like interviewing skills and business management will help America’s small business growth and pave a road away from the fiscal cliff.
Palm Coast, FL (PRWEB) December 03, 2012
Salon owner and inspirational speaker Peter Anthony Wynn explores the impact of Obamacare and how hair stylists and artists can overcome an upcoming fiscal cliff.
The outlook of the fiscal cliff is looking more like a slope for hair salons across the nation.
As more owners struggle with rising business costs and demands on pay increase, stylists are transitioning into building an independent career with rented chairs at local hair salons to succeed during a financial drought with shrinking clientele.
Even though talks between the President and congressional leaders are focused on avoiding a year-end fiscal cliff, stylists will continue to struggle unless they learn to market themselves. During the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, rebuilding fallen structures instead of the economy as it stands has taken precedence. As small businesses, salons are forced to pay new taxes due to Obamacare and as a result of the country’s financial woes and are quickly being pushed off of the fiscal cliff.
“With the rising trend of booth rental salons, the level of training after initial licensing has gone down dramatically,” said Wynn. “The educational process in cosmetology needs to realize the impact of imposing taxes and rising unemployment. Help and support from local governments to update and expand the current antiquated curriculum's would have students trained longer and more in depth. Alleviate the burden aspiring hair stylists and artists carry to market themselves when they do not have the necessary open source training and knowledge of advanced techniques to do so. Fundamentals like interviewing skills and business management will help America’s small business growth and pave a road away from the fiscal cliff.”
As more and more licensed cosmetologists enter the work force, a monster cliff awaits them and is being highly disregarded. To avoid pushing the beauty industry off of the fiscal cliff, Wynn promotes the idea of seeking support and encouraging manufacturers to create adjustments in training while giving affordable options and plans that allow people and owners to grow.
Wynn’s experience as a talented stylist, award-winning salon owner, motivational speaker, and architect of the Nouvelle brand combined with his knowledge of the changing economy to provide struggling stylists the intellectual tools they need to brand themselves for success. As the CEO and Founder of LetsTalkAboutYourHair.com bridges the gap between the financial impact of the fiscal cliff and self-promotion.
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Let’s Talk About Your Hair is a community where founder Peter Anthony Wynn and other amazing established industry leaders help you through any hair challenge. If you are wondering the best style, color, products or tools for your hair this is the place and Peter Anthony Wynn is the stylist. With a mission to create real advice and feedback in order to support the men and women who support the industry, Let’s Talk About Your Hair creates stronger and more responsible hair stylist and cosmetologists around the world.