My journey started in May 2023 with a conversation at work. A Dr was discussing how he wanted to open a medical spa. At first, I planned on working for him. I went online looking for schools. Some were cheap and some more expensive. I checked out the differences and plusses/minuses. When I was looking at Supervision 180, the business portion of the class sparked my interest because I had no idea, I might want to do this by myself. I am a nurse not an accountant, Lawyer, or medical supply liaison. I started thinking that I could be my own boss, set my own hours. It made me very nervous, and I second guessed myself a lot in the beginning of my journey of the program. This was a huge leap for me. I am a single mom, and it would mean I could be home with my daughter on holidays and go on vacation around her school schedule. I decided to take it one step at a time. I am doing this for my family. I have been a nurse for 25 years and am a Retired Army Nurse of 23 years. I have seen and done a lot. I just forgot to give myself credit for it all. I am a strong, caring, and an intelligent woman. I do believe that Supervision 180 helped me to see that. I was not happy working at a hospital anymore, and I feel it every day I go in. I need something completely NEW. Once the decision was made, I was doing this, I needed to come up with the school fee. They have their plan but for me I went to a bank and got a personal loan. I knew if I put my all in this It would pay off. I looked around and Med Spas are opening all over and people are getting neurotoxins and dermal fillers at all ages. Just ask around you will be surprised how many people say they get something done. You should know there are expenses above the school fee. There is a Lawyer fee to legalize your company, paying a company to find you a Medical Director Fee if you are not a NP, if you want a website, there is a cost. Also, products are not cheap even in bulk. Just be prepared to have at least 15-18,000 available above the school fee. I needed Supervision 180 to get the above and I didn’t come up with all the ideas myself. The staff helps tremendously, Max the CMO is fabulous. The trainers share their stories, and they have equitable companies. They started out just like me. I was matched with a Dr., and we hit it off right away. He is very easy-going and open to me expanding with other products if I choose and he is aware I plan to take the advanced training when I am ready. I pay him a monthly fee and communicate via email for the most part. As for the lawyer, I paid a flat fee and got my LLC for my state. In some states it isn’t as easy because each state has different laws. I am thankful mine was smooth. The program is organized and very enlightening. They go very in-depth with the products available and how they work. They get down to the chemical compound which at first, I thought uh oh, but it was actually very helpful and easy to follow. Thumbs up to Supervision 180 for this. I do believe some on the demo videos could be a closer up look and use dots to help us to see exactly what we are doing, At the hands on I was nervous until I got the syringe in my hand and was starting to inject. I was ready, still nervous but not like I thought I would be. The trainers were very professional and helpful. Some of the models were regulars for Supervision 180 for either the beginner course or advanced course and some were getting treatment for the first time. I am excited to get my party started.