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We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude.
~Cynthia Ozick

We’re halfway through 2011 and I’ve been working on my business and marketing plans a lot.  I’ve met with my business advisor and accountant, I’ve talked to countless friends and peers about myriad details.  It seems like I’m editing and re-writing every sentence. I’m certain my writer friends would give me a hard time about my rounds of editing but I digress.

After all of this, I turned to my vision statement for my business and I was really surprised by what I read there.  I wrote,  “By offering personal, private and safe waxing services, our clients grow to trust us with their skin, their self-esteem, and their personal lives.  By giving our clients a joyous sanctuary to ask intimate questions, their confidence in us grows.”

I wrote that???  Wow – I’m amazed.  I surprised myself on so many levels right there. First, I didn’t think I had that big of a vision eight months ago.  Then I realized that I am creating that!!! I’m actively creating the joyous sanctuary I wrote about on that first page of the business plan. My clients have grown to trust me with more than just their skin – they’ve trusted me with fear, stress, pain, love, excitement, hope, pride, embarrassment.  They’ve trusted me with their stories.

I also realized that I have received those same blessings from my clients.  In moving through this adventure of building a new business, my clients give me strength, insight, confidence, ideas and so much more.  I am grateful for their words of encouragement.  I am grateful for their confessions of life. I am so very grateful for their positive attitudes and energy.

I am grateful for what this year has brought so far and I’m excited for the rest of 2011.  It’s going to be fun and I hope that I can continue earning the trust and confidence of my clients.

Thank you so much.

Jazmyne

 

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Cherry City Waxworks has made the difficult decision to close temporarily beginning March 23, 2020.

This decision is driven by the most current information from federal and state officials.

Our re-opening date is uncertain and will be based upon governmental recommendations.


The health and welfare of our community is Cherry City Waxworks top priority.

This decision reflects the values of our clients and reiterates our collective commitment to the greater good.

We can’t wait to see you all again.

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