I don't know about you, but going into business with family members just seems like a bad idea. You know you're not going to be able to truly crack the whip when need be, and that's exactly what Bridgette's problem was. Her mother never said no to her, and Bridgette didn't say no to her daughter, Chelsea (or the rest of the staff for that matter). It took a dose of Tabatha toughness to get this team back on track, but not without some troubling moments along the way.
Really?! Moment No. 3 - Nap Time
Since Bridgette doesn't enforce any of her rules (well, all two of them -- no cell phones and be on time), why wouldn't her employees take advantage of her? One of the more egregious offenses being Jason's personal nap space. This just brings the phrase "lying down on the job" to a whole new level.
Me and my girls just love Tabatha! How couldn't you. She is straight forward common sense and doesn't sugar coat things. It is just what everyone needs...a little Tabatha butt kicking at times. I would love to have her cut my hair just once. What an honor. She is amazing at what she does!
I really just started picking up on this show and I really enjoy it. It's interesting, and educational. The small things a businessman or woman can do really does make a tremendous difference. I am amazed. I hope a blog will be posted regarding this recent H Salon show. I could tell from the beginning of this episode that nothing was going to change. I do believe the owner of the H Salon is a gambler and is using his shop as a front. He did not want or care for change. I know a gambler when I see one and that man! is a gambler. Love Tabatha Takes Over. I record every show and watch twice. Gosh, that doesn't even include the rewinds. lol