The Importance of Consultation
Regardless of the profession that people have, being open to consultation and modification of your services to the likings of your customers is a must. For example, when you go to the hairdresser's, you desire a haircut or a hairstyle which matches the exact one you have stored in your mind. For this to be possible, however, the hairdresser needs to ask you a series of questions and, through politeness and friendly conversation, carry out this important consultation with you before even the smallest part of your hair is removed.
The same goes for doctors, who need to ask you dozens of questions and perform many different tests before they can start the procedure. All in all, consultations are a necessary factor before any possible procedure can be carried out on any possible individual. It is a process of great importance and, if consultations take place on time and end with a successful agreement, they guarantee the satisfaction of both sides.
How Should Consultations Be Done?
Basically, any kind of consultation should take place prior to the procedure the customer is opting for. Thereby, speaking of hairdresser again, once you enter the salon, as soon as your are seated, the consultations should begin. The hairdresser should pay attention to your existing hairstyle, check for curls, swirls, unwanted features and other factors, instead of just shampooing your hair, cutting it without asking you a thing and moving on to another client.
There are excellent hair-stylists out there, who may bless you with a hairstyle you could have never imagined before, being beautiful and breathtaking. Still, if you only wanted your bangs shortened, you will leave the salon dissatisfied. Thus, asking should be done before acting. At the end of the day, you should be able to walk around with your own desired hairstyle, matching your profession, your style and your preferences. This will make you satisfied more than any possible surprise hairstyle.
Consultations and Herbal Medicines
Moving on, regarding the lack of consultations and the negative effect of this state of affairs, people usually take herbal medicines without considering their effects thoroughly. We believe that these natural cures are completely safe and that we do not need any wise words of the doctor before purchasing and using the medications of Mother Nature.
However, if you know that black cohosh may cause a heart attack in both a pregnant mother and her baby due to hypertension it causes, or that chamomile can be a strong blood thinner, you might want to get informed further. Furthermore, ephedra is known to trigger heart attacks, garlic is a blood thinner and licorice may act as a hypertension booster, at the same time being dangerous when combined with laxatives.
Therefore, consult before indulging into anything you know nothing or little about.