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Attend Straight Up: The Art of Real Beauty

Anne Moratto | November 2, 2016 | 8:58 AM
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Presented by Lisa Botts, a business and personal mentor who is also a beauty industry veteran, and Craig Marshall, yoga monk,  public speaker and personal consultant, Straight Up: The Art of Real Beauty is a new series of personal growth and development workshops that asks attendees to pose these questions to themselves:

What if you had an ideal harmony between your work and personal life? What if you weren't overwhelmed by it all? What if you could identify and attract your ideal client?  What if you worked in an environment that was “drama free”? What if you had greater focus and clarity? What if you could create the life you want rather than live a reactive life?

Straight Up: The Art of Real Beauty uses new personal development and business building methods that can help make these dreams a reality. This program offers industry veteran coaches to mentor you and your entire staff in both personal and professional development, which will help you shift your perspective and greatly impact your lives.

"We do this by helping you discover where you are and where you want to be in your life and business to create your synergistic lifestyle," Botts says."You will learn lasting techniques for shifting your personal views to create a harmonious salon culture, grow your business, and create your ideal life."

Straight Up: The Art of Real Beauty

Sun, November 13, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM PST

Planet Salon, 8126 Melrose Avenue, LA CA 90046

 Lisa Botts was a make-up artist in TV and film, and then created the teaching curriculums at the most prestigious beauty schools in the world, including VidaSassoon, Fred Segal Beauty and Paul Mitchell. In her 30 years in the beauty industry she managed marketing programs for Dermalogica and has done education and events marketing and business development for John Paul Mitchell Systems. Lisa is co-founder of Straight Pin Studio, which offers hair essentials for professional stylists. She now is a business and personal mentor.

Craig Marshall grew up as a child actor in Hollywood and graduated from USC Film School. At age 23, his life took a left-turn. For 35 years he was yoga monk with Self-Realization Fellowship, residing in a monastery and living a life of meditation, study and service. Today, Craig is a popular public speaker and personal consultant, helping individuals find success in their professional and personal lives.

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