Welcome to the Success After Barber School Podcast. Where we give advice to new and seasoned barbers on how to reach 6 figure incomes through training, mentoring and coaching.
Each episode will feature a successful barber that will share their journey and struggles in becoming a barbering mogul.
We are creating a fraternal order that will span well beyond our lifetime and allow us to connect with new and established trends in our industry,
Hosted by me, Mr. T.I.M. founder and owner of Forever Faded Barbershop.
Hop on the email list to get updates on the show and live notifications for the newest trends or to be featured on the show as the Barber Spotlight of the week.
If you’re new in our industry or old in our industry and are ready to join the top 1% in earning a six-figure income, this is the show for you.
Let’s go, Let’s GROW!
A Cut Above with Megan Ewing
Anyone can learn to cut hair. The real challenge is becoming a master of your craft. Mr. T.I.M. talks with Megan, another successful barber who is still consistently making progress to master her craft. Megan shares how pursuing barbering just clicked naturally to her like meeting the love of her life. She also talks about barbering and how it’s about progress and continuously improving your techniques.
All through the podcast, Megan imparted key elements to be a successful barber such as marketing yourself on social media to make sure that you will truly be a cut above the rest.
Start Young with Nelly Martinez
At a young age, Nelly discovered her love for hair. She loved the way it felt in her hands and how it changed people's appearances. This led her to pursue a career in barbering, and she has never looked back since. Nelly will share her story of becoming a female barber and overcoming the challenges that came with it.
She offers advice to other young women who are thinking about pursuing a career in barbering and reveals crucial parts of being a successful barber throughout the episode, such as marketing yourself to ensure that you will genuinely be a cut above the rest.
From Passion to Profession with Albert Walker
Finding meaning and purpose in your work is what can truly make you a successful barber. Passion for work is the intense enthusiasm and excitement for what you do, just like how Albert Walker feels about this creative profession. Albert and Mr. T.I.M. talk about how gratifying the work is when you can give people happiness by bringing out the best in them through amazing haircuts.
Listen as they talk more about how barbering is both a blessing and a curse. Moreover, how vital it is to sow and reap in order to expect success to come your way as a barber. Remember that it takes more than just a sharp pair of scissors to achieve success.
The Future of Being a Successful Barber with Alexis Adams
Alexis Adams, a professional barber, joins Mr. T.I.M. in this episode. Alexis is passionate to create the future she envisions by being open to every opportunity that may come her way. As a professional barber, she knows that having conversations with clients is a must. This may seem like a small thing, but it can make a big difference in the long run and to build client loyalty.
Alexis talks about her journey in becoming a successful barber and that includes her realizing the opportunity to learn and grow by accepting criticism. Listen as they discuss more about time, discipline, and how to be your own boss in the industry.
Beyond the Technical Skills in Barbering with Chelsea Ard
Mr. T.I.M. gets to talk with another successful barber, Chelsea Ard, who discovered her passion for barbering by her experiences in the salon and having fun experimenting with her brothers’ hair. As a barber, Chelsea Ard knows that it takes more than just technical skills to give a great haircut. It's also important to make sure that customers are feeling comfortable and better than when they walked through the door.
Chelsea shares what motivates her and how mentoring helped her master skills to become a successful barber. More importantly, she talks about how taking care of your body and putting yourself first are also skills that you need to value and to do.
Importance of Time in the Barbering Industry with Chris P
Barbering requires more than simply hair cutting. Mr. T.I.M. welcomes Chris P. to discuss what makes a good barber. Barbers must be innovative in cutting techniques and styles. Chris goes on to say that one should be able to hold a conversation, provide outstanding customer service, and make clients feel at ease even if you can’t please everybody.
Throughout the chat, Chris emphasizes the importance of time for any barber who wishes to succeed. He also suggests that assuring the quality of your work will help you deliver the greatest service to your clients.