Fancy Some Sales Tips?

I was interviewed by Authority Magazine about how to sell without seeming salesy. This is always a problem I come across when I meet with my clients. They believe selling is pushy and not what they should be doing. Guess what? Selling the right way is so beneficial to growing your business. People LOVE to buy things that make them feel good, make them look good and solve a problem. As aesthetic practitioners you have the ability to help them, and by using some sold-sales tec

Cope With The Ups & Downs of Business: Published by Enterprise League.

Ever wondered how entrepreneurs cope with the ups and downs of business? Enterprise League did so they approached a number of industry experts to ask their advice and shared their findings with their audience online. Vanessa of The Aesthetic Consultant®️ was one of the experts invited to contribute to this article. Read the full list of tips here and make your life much easier when it comes to coping with the ups and downs of business. #aesthetics #aestheticmedicine #theaes

"5 Things You Need To Know To Create A Highly Successful Private Practice."

Published this month, The Aesthetic Consultant®️ was interviewed by Luke Kervin, Co-Founder of Patient Pop, a practice growth technology platform, for Medium. The interview was designed to gather advice and guidance from industry experts to help their readers create a successful private practice. We discussed how to start your own practice, and what the usual pitfalls could be when starting your journey. The Aesthetic Consultant®️ offered advice on how to get that work-li

Interview: How Best To Care For Your Patients When They Are Not Physically In Front Of You.

Check out the recent interview The Aesthetic Consultant®️ did with David Philisten, CEO of Candor for Authority Magazine. We talked about Telehealth Best Practices and I gave advice and guidance on how to get the best out of a remote aesthetic consultation whether it's via telephone or Zoom. It's so important to offer the same level of care whether the patient is in front of you or linked via a video screen, and you also need to understand what type of communicator your pa