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Professor Joe’s Tips, Techniques & Tactics to make you more successful and profitable “Lose your training wheels, Your Clients are NOT a number!” Joe Grondin Licensed Barber, Cosmetologist, Instructor, Educational Director, and Franchisor Founder Roosters Men’s Grooming Center Grondin’s Hair Centers Hairacy Colleges [email protected] 810.441.5859 Training Costs Classes at your site are designed to fit your group and primary concerns. Pricing Available for* Student Training On-Site Training Personal Training @ Cedar Park, TX Location *Plus travel and lodging expenses

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Professor Joe's Barber Bootcamp

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Professor Joe’s

Tips, Techniques & Tacticsto make you more successful

and profitable

“Lose your training wheels,

Your Clients are NOT a number!”

Joe GrondinLicensed Barber,Cosmetologist,

Instructor,Educational Director,

and Franchisor

FounderRoosters Men’s Grooming Center

Grondin’s Hair CentersHairacy Colleges

[email protected]

810.441.5859

Training Costs

• Classes at your site are designed to fit your group and primary

concerns.

Pricing Available for*• Student Training• On-Site Training• Personal Training

@ Cedar Park, TX Location

*Plus travel and lodging expenses

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1. Add professionalism to your service.

Get rid of the training wheels.

2. Cut effortlessly and precisely.

Where to start and when to stop.

3. Proper Use of Tools. Saving your back and adding

speed.

4. Add value to the service. How to up-sell the service.

5. Don’t be afraid of what you don’t know.

How to practice and help others.

“As a hands-on educator, I have never found anyone that came across so well to students,

sta� or other educators as Joe Grondin.”Berry Shaich

Founder of Woody’s/ Egg Beauty Labs

“Joe taught us all a lot but when it came to teaching how to do a professional facial shave, he was amazing. He made it so doable to all of my new sta� who, by the way, had never shaved

another human being in their life…To this day, all of my stylists know how to do a

facial shave using the safety razor.”Ron Rowlett

Roosters MGC Brentwood, TN

“I would have given up and closed my store in the �rst year if not for your encouragement,

constant contact and unsel�sh sharing with my sta� that created the right environment for

success. Everything you said would happen, if I stayed with the program, has come true.”

Julie WalkerRoosters MGC Greeley, CO

“Joe works with your sta� and shows them tips on giving great services every time, within the

times set aside, and how to work with customers to develop long lasting relationships.”

Dub NelsonRoosters MGC Mason, OH

Training Testimonials6. Shave like a Master.Seven steps and twenty minutes

to a great service.

7. Becoming a team player.You’re only as good as the people

you work with.

8. Time ManagementDoing the same steps - but do them only once.

9. Dress for respect.Look the part.

10. Learning cuttingtechniques, not styles.Cutting procedures, holdingangles, clippers over comb.

Key Points of a Successful Stylist