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Asked and Answered: Stephanie Jennings

October 25, 2011 | 11:47 AM

Toughest business move: “Taking an entire salon and spa from booth rental to commission. I learned that it is OK to lose people, especially if they are not on board with the way I run my business. I learned the value of risk taking.”

Best advice: “Always be professional, but charismatic at the same time. Be free to be yourself—people buy people, not products—but always stay crisp and sharp. You never know what opportunities will present themselves or when or who you’ll impress.”

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