The action of adopting a safety plan is smart, shows you respect those you serve and take things seriously. There are strong feelings around wearing masks and closures of businesses and states (sometimes several times) in an effort to keep other safe. Me personally I want to make others around me comfortable when I am in public. I have no idea what the person next to me is facing from a health standpoint. Let's say we discover years from now that this mask wearing didn't play a part in how this COVID disaster turns out. It doesn't "hurt" me to wear a mask and if it provides comfort to someone I'll be glad I did it.
I am truly blessed to develop amazing relationships in my work with my personal clients and other professionals. When I'm working with my personal clients behind the table I am more observant than before COVID. Before our closeness to each other felt normal. I didn't get the feeling from people that I was ever "too close" to them. Those were the days of breath mints and lip gloss!
Now things are different. I still have those great relationships and cherish them. I've noticed that some people are more comfortable than others in close proximity. I try to be observant of the energy between myself and the client. It's more about them than ever. The last thing I want is to provide a treatment to a client that is fearful or unsure. That's not what we do. I've noticed body language more. For example, I commonly use a LED panel in my treatments. I've found myself placing the LED under the Facial Guardian. It fits nicely. I do it because the moment that I remove that panel and those eyes open the client gets a "feeling". Consider the fact that they have been there "light napping" and then open their eyes. If they don't see that barrier it's like they felt exposed in some way left uncovered or naked. It's easy for me to leave it there, it makes them happier and that makes me happy.
It has been one heck of a year. That is the common response you get when you check in with people these days. I am no exception. This has been the year of change. As many of you know I have a studio practice in addition to sales. My husband and I also invented the Facial Guardian System this year so I've officially got a few too many jobs! We figured it's a good time to embrace some change with our business.
Hank, my husband, is working with me full time now. He handles all of the Facial Guardian inquiries and shipping. As a co-inventor he is also very well versed with every aspect of how it works and how I use it. He is also a seasoned sales person with years of experience in customer service. Needless to say, he is my go to guy. Hank's contact information is: email@example.com, 843-940-3274 mobile for text or calls
Shay Hester is a licensed esthetician and comes to me with years of sales experience as well. Shay is fielding most of the day to day interaction with placing orders and responding to emails/phone calls. She is starting with us part time. We hope to have her full time soon. As a licensed esthetician she has working knowledge of the products and treatments we represent. Shay's contact information is: firstname.lastname@example.org, 803-422-4905 mobile for text or calls
Don't worry, I'm still around! I am truly blessed and have worked very hard to build a reputation of being there when I'm needed. I'm always involved behind the scenes and if you want to chat I'm always happy to connect. I'm just not as readily available as I have been and I don't want our customer service to suffer. As always when you purchase something from us I am happy to host you for face to face training in the studio
Thank you for your past business and I sincerely hope that we can work together again soon. We will be reaching out to you soon and regularly regarding your existing products and devices. We have some new and exciting things available as well that we can't wait to share with you. I hope you are embracing this year and are well. Please call on us anytime.