Inverness salon owner donates royalties from sales of her bestselling book to charity
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An Inverness hair salon owner has donated royalties from her first book to mental health and support charities.
Caroline Sanderson the owner of Ego Hair Design and salon coaching academy Salon Jedi, used the challenging 2020 lockdown to achieve her long-held dream of writing an Amazon best seller, and has so far donated £2000.
Her book, The Salon Jedi: The Big Business Breakthrough for Ambitious Salon Owners, was written for salon owners struggling to find a way to step off the salon floor and put more energy into growing and building a profitable business.
The book achieved number one bestseller status on Amazon.
Ms Sanderson has so far donated the royalties of £1000 to the MIND mental health charity.
From the Kindle publication of the book she donated a further £1000 to the Hair and Beauty Charity, a charity dedicated to helping hair and beauty professionals in need, offering financial support for individuals facing difficult times due to unforeseen circumstances such as illness, bereavement
and financial hardship.
Ms Sanderson continues to support the hair industry by interviewing salon professionals on her podcast and hosting three groups a week within the first hair room in new networking app Clubhouse, discussing mind-set, ask the expert and marketing.
Ms Sanderson is currently running a free programme called the Five Day M.a.g.I.c Mind Challenge which anyone can join at https://tinyurl.com/y34p6855
Her second book, Mindset, Magic and Miracles, is due to be published in June 2021.