Note: This week, we talk about some adult themes, so if your kiddos are around, you might want to hold off on listening until later.
Marilyn Olmsted, the first franchisee of Urban Float, joins the crew this week. Marilyn was previously a tax consultant in an accounting firm, and she explains why she chose a franchise model and how she sees her role in the business. She has a unique view of what she brings to the business and why she loves having competition.
A conversation in the Float Collective Facebook group recently addressed the issue of bodily fluids, specifically semen, in the tank, so Amy, Dylan, and Marilyn talk about the mental process that causes us to arrive at our judgments about that issue. Marilyn questions how our thoughts about sex and sexuality can overshadow our thoughts on bodily fluids and cleaning foreign substances in the tank. She shares sample language that you can use in your waiver forms to ensure clients are aware of the consequences of contaminating the tanks, without causing alarm or shaming anyone. [Read more…] about 125: Franchising & Sex Positive Marketing w/ Marilyn Olmsted