This week’s guest is Debra Worthington, owner of H2Oasis in Tulsa, located near the LIBR facility. She shares details about her choice for float tanks, flooring, and walls. Debra is on the show to talk about couples floating, and she admits that she wasn’t always a fan of the idea. Now, one out of four floats at her center is a pair of individuals instead of a single client. She even has a successful couples’ membership. Debra talks about the merits of floating together, and the reasons her clients float with someone else – either as a couple, family, or friends. [Read more…] about 122: Couples Floating with Debra Worthington
In this week’s episode, Amy, Dylan, and Brian went live on Facebook to answer questions from listeners and live viewers.
In surprising news, Amy’s second location is going to move forward with a temporary U&O, which is a wonderful surprise after last week’s news that one inspector wouldn’t allow them to move forward. Amy also talks about the latest news in Rutherford County, Tennessee, where her new center is located, and where the local police department just arrested and closed the doors on over 20 businesses that were selling CBD products. Float Alchemy is going to carry such merchandise, so it’s a big concern, and Amy sheds a little light on all that has transpired in the past few days there. [Read more…] about FB Live QA! – FRP, CBD & Claustrophobic Potentiality
This week’s episode is fit for prime time television… demolishing spaces, knocking down walls, legal battles, dual washers and dryers, and big dreams.
Amy shares the latest news about Float Alchemy – passing her inspections and walls going up. She shares their plans for getting her tanks in the space, and how they’re going to swap out for some “Mark-made” creations in the near future.
Amy shares some challenges her team has faced recently, and she and Dylan discuss how the “human” side of having employees can impact the business and how to lead and support individuals during those times. Dylan and Sandra had a chance to get away and get some rest for a couple of days as Dylan overcomes illness. [Read more…] about 117: Gloria Morris Opens a Second Float Center
The team is back for the new year, and they’re sharing details about their holiday results. First, Dylan and Brain share details about how the Patreon support program is changing, and how you can get some amazing, full resolution photos to use in your marketing efforts.
Dylan shares his year-over-year gross sales increases (and a little throwback to that year his website was hacked…), and Amy talks about her gift certificate sales trends each year. She further explains the change in her strategy for offering discounts (or lack thereof!) during the holiday season. One of those ideas was to ask people to bring in gloves for a local organization in exchange for a discount on gift certificates. You might be surprised by the results.
Amy gives an update on her progress toward opening Float Alchemy, including a little mixup on the HVAC inspection that cost some extra time. [Read more…] about We’re Back Baby! (holiday sales review)
For the next four episodes, John Mackenzie joins Amy and Dylan. You may remember John from past episodes; he’s Amy’s business coach, and he still provides coaching services to Lance too.
This week, John offers tips for creating the type of workplace where people will want to be, or as he calls it, “a destination workplace”. He recommends creating a one-page narrative, with details about your goals, organization, culture, and value statement. He also shares how to create an impactful job description and set employee performance expectations. [Read more…] about Creating a Destination Workplace with John Mackenzie