I love my job, but I work with a variety of people who are always complaining. There is always something that is not entirely true, something that is in the back of the head and says: “not everything can be perfect”, and that’s it. Do you have these feelings? I am here to introduce you to some of the techniques and things I do to maintain the passion for my work every day.

There was a time when I was younger, when I didn’t know exactly what to do, I didn’t understand the world around me as I do now. I started hairdressing without thinking about how to approach it, it was something I could do to earn money, something I could exchange for any profession. This does not mean that I did not apply, I simply did not have a focus, something that I could work on, a goal that I wanted to achieve, I was a young man who worked or worked only for the good of the cause and spent my evenings entertaining myself in every possible way. I made a lot of money to a lot of people with the sweat off my back, but I didn’t care, I had been taught that if I worked hard, I would be rewarded. If I could reach a certain level of technique, I would win the others for myself. I was distracted by life and I could only push myself to achieve perfection in My profession, even if I had mentors along the way who told me how to achieve something nebulous. I remember they told me never to use clippers, including advice that would put me in a drawer, and I listened to them, naively and awkwardly.

It took me a long time to realize that I could follow my own path in this business. In fact, I think I got there a few years ago, when I finally had goals and some self-control. I am the definition of a slow learner. So, for those who are coming to this industry, or for those who want to define themselves, I have a tip.

Setting goals

Sit down and think about what you want from this career. What is your final goal? What do you really want to accomplish? Do you want your own shop? Do you want to become an educator? Do you want to be the busiest hairdresser in your store? Do you want a Mercedes that you can drive in? Sit down and write down five different things that you want to accomplish. Do it right now, I can wait while you do it.

Achieving these objectives

Now that you have goals, you need to break down how you want to achieve them. Do you want to be the best hairdresser in your store? How do you want every transition you trigger to look like the best Instagram photos you’ve ever seen? Do your transitions look like this? Write down five ways to achieve your five goals. Choose the goal that you are most looking forward to and choose one of the five ways to achieve that goal and get started. Maybe it’s so easy to ask one of your colleagues how to make your Edge Ups so crispy. Maybe it’s time to get into barber action. I’m going to look very hard at you and say, “Do it.”Start with a goal and a path, and next week start with another goal and another path. When you start to achieve your goals, sit back and do more. Repeat.


Very few of us are not afraid. You’re going to fail at some of these goals, and it’s going to suck. Do you remember your first haircut? Do you remember how bad it was? Yes. I was afraid of failure. I’ve failed so many times now that it’s normal for me. I learned to pick myself up, dust myself off and move on. Is it easy? No, it’s not. I’ve been to some dark places during these times, but I’ve always managed to get back on track and I can’t wait to see what comes next. If you are not hungry and you have a dry place to sleep, you can continue.

Are your goals achievable?

Some of your goals may not be current goals, which is why you have divided them into smaller parts. If you want to be the next Schorem or Elegance or even their ambassador, you will have a lot of competition along the way. So get real and find something you can accomplish and do along the way. It can only be the perfect rejuvenation. My goal this week is to have a day where I don’t cut the same haircut twice a day.

Where does it lead?

Only you can dictate it. If you are 18 years old and you want to have a business until you are 20 and you don’t have a license and you need it to become a hairdresser, get this license, then find the necessary capital to build a business.

How does happiness come to this?

There is nothing better than seeing your dreams come to life. For me, there is no better feeling than making it possible. I wanted to do a photo shoot This year and highlight some of my works. So far I’ve done five of them and I’m getting better with each of them.

Where do you get the energy for this?

It comes from your interior. Find a reason why you want to be successful. Maybe you want to be able to provide your family, maybe you want a new pair of sneakers every month. If it fills you with creative energy and ambition, hang in there and let it work for you.

in conclusion

It may seem like common sense, but I wish someone had printed this for me when I was younger. It has taken me a lot of adversity and hard work to figure out what I want from my life and my hairdressing career, but now that I have defined what I want, I am so much happier about it and happier in my career.