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Brenda Waters aka Mz. H2o helps you discover your true passion and purpose in life and turn it into a viable business that is rewarding and fulfilling. Each episode explores the journey of people just like you. Some who had no idea, no money and no expertise but manage to beat the odds and build successful businesses. Get business strategies from successful creative entrepreneurs, hair and make-up artists, fashion stylists, salon owners and beautypreneurs. Even if you are not in the beauty industry there is something that you can learn from each episode. As you listen in you'll hear insightful interviews from entrepreneurs discussing triumphs and failures. Learn marketing, branding, product development, business tips, tools and tactics along with a dose of butt kicking encouragement and motivation.

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Brenda Waters aka Mz. H2o helps you discover your true passion and purpose in life and turn it into a viable business that is rewarding and fulfilling. Each episode explores the journey of people just like you. Some who had no idea, no money and no expertise but manage to beat the odds and build successful businesses. Get business strategies from successful creative entrepreneurs, hair and make-up artists, fashion stylists, salon owners and beautypreneurs. Even if you are not in the beauty industry there is something that you can learn from each episode. As you listen in you'll hear insightful interviews from entrepreneurs discussing triumphs and failures. Learn marketing, branding, product development, business tips, tools and tactics along with a dose of butt kicking encouragement and motivation.

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Hair Artist Academy Podcast

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Brenda Waters aka Mz. H2o helps you discover your true passion and purpose in life and turn it into a viable business that is rewarding and fulfilling. Each episode explores the journey of people just like you. Some who had no idea, no money and no expertise but manage to beat the odds and build successful businesses. Get business strategies from successful creative entrepreneurs, hair and make-up artists, fashion stylists, salon owners and beautypreneurs. Even if you are not in the beauty industry there is something that you can learn from each episode. As you listen in you'll hear insightful interviews from entrepreneurs discussing triumphs and failures. Learn marketing, branding, product development, business tips, tools and tactics along with a dose of butt kicking encouragement and motivation.

Rank #1: Season 1 HAA 001: Welcome to The Hair Artist Academy Podcast

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It’s finally here! The first episode of The Hair Artist Academy Podcast. This has been my vision for quite some time and I am so happy to see it finally come to fruition.

People often ask me how they can start their own business and how to profit from it. I wanted to find a way to teach this information on a larger scale. This podcast is my way of having an impact and being of service.

Each episode will explore the journey of people just like you. Some who had no idea, no money and no expertise but manage to beat the odds and build successful businesses.

Even if you are not in the beauty industry there is something that you can learn from each episode.

I’ll air insightful interviews discussing triumphs and failures, marketing, branding, product development, business tips, tools and tactics along with a dose of butt kicking encouragement and motivation.

In this episode I’ll discuss what The Hair Artist Academy is all about. I’ll also go over show layout and show frequency.

In this episode you will learn:

- How I got the idea for The Hair Artist Academy Podcast
- How Brendon Burchard inspired me
- How I got my start in the beauty industry
- The best time to start a business
- Who you should take advice from
- How to deal with competition

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If you enjoyed this episode please let us know in the comments below. We want to hear from you. What did you learn from this episode? What changes will you start making today to begin living in your passion and purpose?

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Feb 28 2015

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Rank #2: Season 3 Ep004: Overcoming Feeling of Loneliness as an Artist and Entrepreneur with Philip Ring

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Philip Ring, Creative Director for Salon Embellish in Phoenix, Arizona is a passionate stylist, photographer and YouTuber whose success is derived from seeking out only the top education in the industry.

In his short career as a hairstylist, Philip has been a salon owner, hosted multiple red carpet industry events, and a social media sensation with a fast growing (1000+ new followers per week) instagram following.

His Pixel Project Collective has truly begun to sweep the internet, with features in prestigious magazines such a Hair’s How, Latest Hair Styles and New Hair Trends.

He continues to allure followers with new color choices and patterns as well as creating a high demand from salons all over the country for on-site education.

If Philip isn’t in the salon or traveling to educate, you will definitely find him at the Sassoon Academy, honing his skills in both precision cutting and coloring.

In this episode Phil tells about the challenges he faces as a hair stylist and how those times spark ingenious ideas.  He gives his top tips for building an Instagram following and attracting new clients. He also shares how artists often feel lonely and how to overcome that sense of loneliness.

“Take care of the people that take care of you”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Going to beauty school vs. assisting
– Do you need a mentor?
– Having a specialty
– Pixel project collective
– Directing a photo and video shoot
– Finding models for photoshoots
– Multiple streams of income
– Making money while you sleep
– Instagram tips
– Choosing which social media platforms to build for your business
– The loneliness of being an artist and entrepreneur
– Hair Goonies
– How social media can help grown your brand
– Instagraming your way to more clients
– Souloartist documentary
– The magic of hair design

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Phildoeshair.com

Doug Macleod

SOULoArtist Documentary

www.scissorboy.com

Modern Salon

Hair Artist TV

Facebook: @phildoeshair

Instagram: @phildoeshair

Periscope: @phildoeshair

Related Episodes:

The Makings of  a Social Media Hair Color Guru with Ruby Devine

How to Instagram your Way to More Sales and Customers with Gabana

How to Use YouTube to Build, Grow and Promote your Business with GQ

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Oct 09 2015

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Rank #3: Season 2 Ep007: Starting a Bridal Hair and Make-up Business with Sineat Heintzelman

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Sineat Heintzelman is a hair and make-up artist with over 20 years of experience. She owns Love Make-up Hair, a mobile bridal hair and make-up business.

She has worked with DASS Salon & Spa, Spa Sydell, Natural body, and Norstrom as a esthetician and make-up artist.

Her goal is to inspire you to transition from a job that is no longer serving you to one that supports you and your family creating an overall healthy balance lifestyle.

In this episode she talks about how to take a leap of faith and start your own business. She gives tips on how to effectively balance having a family and running a successful business.

She also discusses one form of marketing that many people are using less and less and how it is working wonders for her business.

And for the first time in HAA podcast history we have our youngest guest on the show!

“The real ornament of women is her character her beauty”

In this Episode we discuss:

- How your real career may be staring you in the face
- How to find the things you are really good at in order to start your business
- How to start a bridal hair and make-up business
- Building a brand that lasts a lifetime
- The oldest but most effective form of marketing
- What’s a mompreneur
- Being a great example for you kids
- Balancing a newborn and a beauty business
- Preparing for slow times
- The importance of knowing what you are capable of
- Making the transition from your day job to owning your own business
- Knowing that there is enough business for everyone
- Supporting others in your industry
- Starting a bridal beauty business
- Setting your rates
- What to expect when you start your own business

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~ Confucius 

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

lovemakeuphair.com

lovemakeuphair.wordpress.com

Previous Episodes:

The Power of Leveraging Connections with Stephen Moleski

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May 19 2015

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Rank #4: Season 3 Ep002: How to Change your Life and Increase your Income with Crystal Martin Craft

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Crystal Martin Craft is an hairstylist, entrepreneur and beauty relationships specialist.

She started her career at Paul Mitchell the School in Birmingham, Alabama

Through years of hands-on training from top industry stylists, Crystal has honed her skills to focus on specialty services.

She is one of the most sought after hair extensions specialist in her city.

Her work has been featured on runway shows and in Inspire magazine.

In this episode she tells how she went from being in foster care to creating the life she’s always wanted. She gives advice on how to go from a life you hate to one you love. She also gives tips on how to raise your prices and charge what you’re worth.

“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care” ~John C. Maxwell

In this Episode we discuss:

- Getting rid of negative thoughts
- Overcoming obstacles in life
- Thoughts create things
- The importance of listening
- The key to building a successful business
- Thinking positive
- Building loyal relationships in your business
- How to charge what you are worth
- The power of owning your confidence
- Focusing on a specialty
- While the word “only” can work magic for you
- Believing in yourself
- Raising your prices
- Building your confidence
- The chamber of secrets

Books Mentioned in this Episode:

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster: Why Now Is the Time to #JoinTheRide

Crystal’s website: cmcraft.nerium.com

Facebook: @crystalmartincraft

Periscope: @crystalmartincraft

Twitter: @crystalmartincraft

Related Episodes:

How to Income and Build a Multi-Million Dollar Business with William R. Patterson

How to Throw Caution to the Wind and Follow your Dreams with Melvin Styles

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Sep 30 2015

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Rank #5: HAA 002: How to Discover Your Passion and Purpose in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Keith L Brown is the first guest on The Hair Artist Academy Podcast. Keith was my teacher and mentor in high school and had a major impact on my life.

I couldn’t think of a better person to be the first guest on my show. I wouldn’t have the drive, tenacity and perseverance today had it not been for his motivation and encouragement during some of the toughest years of my life . . . my teens.

Growing up I would consider myself socially inept. I didn’t have a ton of friends and pretty much stayed to myself. Keith helped me build my confidence and find my voice.

As my drama coach he taught me how to hold my head up high and command a presence when I walked on stage.

That stage is synonymous with life.

Each day we go out into the world, on our jobs or in the boardroom we are walking on stage.

We are being judged on our performance, talked about, criticized and scrutinized. Keith taught me to stare criticism in the face and stand in dignity and confidence because I am a queen and that’s what queens do.

From special ed student to teacher, speaker, and award winning author he continues to inspire the masses and I hope you gain some inspiration from this interview.

It’s not often that one gets to thank the teachers that positively influenced their life. I’m happy I had the opportunity to do so. Thank you Keith!

“Position yourself around people who celebrate you not those who tolerate you”

In this Episode:

- Keith talks about discovering your passion and purpose in life.
- How to get paid for doing what you love
- How to overcome the obstacles in life
- How to transition from a job you hate to one that is rewarding and fulfilling
- What is an inner itch?
- Your two great days in your life
- How to overcome limited beliefs about yourself
- The importance of eliminating negative people from your life
- What’s the 40 x 40 x 40 plan
- What to do when someone tells you “NO”

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

keithlbrown.com

Facebook: Mr. I’m Possible

Twitter: @KeithLBrown1911

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Mar 01 2015

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Rank #6: Season 2 Ep0017: Pushing Through your Problems to Ignite your Purpose and Passion in Life with Kiyah Wright

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The season finale of the Hair Artist Academy Podcast is here! Kiyah Wright ends this three show finale with such valuable information on the making of a celebrity stylist.

Kiyah is an entrepreneur and two-time Emmy Award-winning celebrity hairstylist.

She is the owner of Muze Agency and is a fashion powerhouse who’s work has been seen on The Tyra Show, America’s Next Top Model, The View and America’s Got Talent

She’s also been seen on Oprah, The Today Show, Shear Genius, and her own reality show with her four friends “Love in the City”

Her list of distinguished clients include stars such as Tyra Banks, Ciarra, Gabrielle Union, Jennifer Hudson, Scandal’s Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson of Fox hit series Empire.

In today’s show she  give a very candid view of her life as a celebrity stylist. She talks about what it’s like on the road and what it takes to stay in the game.

She tells about the loss of her mom at an early age and her internal determination and drive to succeed.

In the inspiring finale Kiyah tells exactly what is required to push past your problems and find your purpose and passion in life and  how you can make your mark in the beauty industry.

“When you know better you do better” ~Oprah

In this Episode we discuss:

- Dealing with slow times in your business
- A day in the life of celebrity hair stylist Kiyah Wright
- What it’s like to go on tour with your clients
- What is a brand ambassador
- Teaching classes
- Weave and hair extensions classes
- Charging what you’re worth
- Having an assistant
- Paying your team
- How much to charge your clients
- The best time to raise your prices
- How often you should raise your prices
- Why you may be underpricing yourself
- How to increase your prices when you live in a small town
- Compromises that come along with building your business
- Building wealth
- How much an editorial campaign really pays

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Kiyah Wright

Perfect Your Weave Increase Your Income

Ashunta Sheriff

Products Mentioned in this Episode:

Clariol Professional Jazzing Hair Color

Clariol Professional iThrive Style Soothe Shampoo

Clariol Professional iThrive Style Soothe Treatment

Clariol Professional iThrive Keratin Rescue Treatment

Clariol Professional iThrive Color Vibrancy Treatment

Instagram: @kiyahwright1

Twitter: kiyahwright

Previous Episodes:

How to Increase your Income and Build a Million Dollar Business with William R. Patterson part 1

The Power of Prayer | An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Trusting Your Faith and Believing in Yourself with Derick Monroe

From Quitting a Boring 6 Figure Job to Building a Beauty Empire with Patric Bradley

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Jul 28 2015

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Rank #7: HAA016: Instagram Your Way to More Sales and Customers with Gabana

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Gabana is a celebrity hair stylist and entrepreneur who used Instagram to build a successful on-line business.

She has a BA in Business and Accounting and she specializes in custom units, custom coloring and hair extensions. Her work can be seen on celebrities like Justine Skye, Skai Jackson, Kaylin Garcia.

She’s the owner of L’avant Garde Hair and cast member of the reality web series Hair in The Tri-State.

In this episode Gabana dishes on the do’s and don’t when posting on social media. She also shares secrets on how she built her instagram page to over 60,000 followers in just a few short months. She shares how social media if used properly can get you more sales and more customers for your business.

“Loyalty is everything”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Building a social media following
- Making the best selection when researching E-commerce options
- Selecting a payment platform
- WordPress websites
- The impact your smart phone can have on your business
- How to cut your time in half when posting on all your social media accounts
- Exactly what you should be posting on instagram to build your brand
- The biggest social media turn off
- How to tackle obstacles
- The benefit of cross promotions
- What to look for when hiring employees to work on your team
Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

L’vant gard hair

I am Gabana

Hair in The Tri-State

WordPress.org

Justin Diago

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Mar 27 2015

31mins

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Rank #8: Season 2 Ep002: How to Re-invent Yourself and Live Life on Your Own Terms with Dr. Sheri Rosenthal

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Dr. Sheri Rosenthal is a business coach, international retreat leader, travel agency owner and author.

She’s a former surgeon who decided to leave behind clinical success to find her calling, reinvent herself, and to create the life and business of her dreams.

Sheri helps transform her client’s lives and businesses from mundane to audaciously juicy

“It doesn’t matter how slow you go as long as you do not stop” ~Confucius

In this Episode we discuss:

- How to follow your heart
- How to know when to transition form one career to one that brings  you joy
- Trusting your inner guidance
- Creating a lifestyle business
- Using retreats to take your career to the next level
- Finding a mentor
- The importance of being organized
- How to leverage your business
- How to get clear on what you really want
- The best time to start your business
- How to make a major change in your life
-Dealing with career setbacks
- What to do when you feel like giving up
-Learning from failure
-The importance of having a marketing plan

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

howtocreatearetreat.com for HAA listeners

sherirosenthal.com

Previous Episodes:

Dealing with Discouragement and Defeat

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Apr 22 2015

50mins

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Rank #9: Season 3 Ep001: The Makings Of A Social Media Hair Color Guru with Ruby Devine

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Ruby Devine is an Educator and Hair Color Guru

She has 15 years of experience in the beauty industry and over 10 as a Bumble and Bumble network educator

She is a social media maven and teaches beautypreneurs how to build a strong social media presence and attract their ideal client.

Her work has been featured in Modern Salon, Beauty launchpad, American Salon, and on Instagram by @breezystylist @nothingbut pixies @authentichairarmy

In this episode she gives insights on the contradiction of humility and confidence. She talks about the importance of continuing education. She also gives tips on building your social media following, hash tagging and being a great assistant.

“Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we will die”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Becoming an educator
- Social media tips
- Periscope live streaming app
- Being pushed into your purpose
- Charging what you are worth
- The characteristics of a great assistant
- Characteristics of a great educator
- Having self confidence
- Owning you true gifts and talents
- The importance of continuing education
- Building your Instagram following
- Hash tagging appropriately
- The importance of paying attention
- The art form of fashion color
- Underlights technique
- Working in salon suites
- Online coworkers and virtual mentors
- How much an editorial campaign really pays

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Ruby Devine

Philip Wolff

Philip Ring

Ash Fortis

BTC Color, Cut & Style Show

Maria Booth Education

Hair Artist TV

Products Mentioned in this Episode:

Bumble and Bumble

Instagram: @rubydevine

Periscope: @rubydawndevine

Twitter: @rubydawndevine

Related Episodes:

Instagram your way to more sales and customers with Gabana

How to use YouTube to Build, Grow, and Promote your Business with GQ

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Sep 29 2015

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Rank #10: Season 2 Ep004: How to Get a Job in Television and Film with AnneMichelle Radcliffe part1

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Emmy Award-Winning hair stylist Anne Michelle Radcliffe has over 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry.

She is the recipient of the 2011 Designing Women Award for her ensemble work on Showtime’s Nurse Jackie and her contribution to the television and film industry.

AnneMichelle is also a highly respected wig specialist. She has nearly two decades of experience in wig design, construction and maintenance, often making her a “first call” consultant.

She has worked with some of hollywood favorite celebrites such as Elle MacPherson, LeBron James, Julianne Moore,  Matt Damon, Angelica Houston, Eddiie Vedder, Debra Messing , Katharine McPhee, Will Ferrell, Justin Timberlake and Tina Fey

She initially got her start as a make-up artist and eventually transitioned into hair. She focused on continually honing her craft and building a strong portfolio.

After being turned down a couple of times she eventually landed on the roster of David and Lee Agency.

In this 2 part series she chronicles her journey into the world of television and film. She also gives insider industry secrets on joining a union, overcoming fear and working on set as a hair and make-up artist.

“Practice random acts of kindness and senseless beauty”

In this Episode we discuss:

- The importance of believing you yourself
- What is testing
- How to overcome “NO”
- Working on Broadway
- Landing a job at SNL
- Overcoming fear
- Joining a union
- Key Hair Stylist
- Continuity photos
- Shoot schedule
- Working behind the scenes in television and film
- Day playing
- How to transitions from a relaxer to natural hair
- How to transitions from a relaxer to natural hair

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

IATSE Local Union 798

Annemichellehair.com

Previous Episodes:

From Corporate America to Booking Clients for Television, Music Videos and Film with Crystal Wright

Facebook: AnneMichellehair

Twitter: @AMhair

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Apr 28 2015

41mins

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Season 3 Ep009: The Honest Truth: Stories of a Presidential Hair Stylist with Johnny Wright

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It’s the season Finale! Our Featured Guest on today’s show is entrepreneur, celebrity hair stylist and mentor Johnny Wright. This farewell tribute to Johnny and the Obama’s is a must listen, but this inspiring show almost didn’t make it to air. Listen in to find out why.

Johnny started doing hair at the age of 12. Inspired by his grandmother who trained under the likes of Madam CJ Walker he knew it was what he was destined to do. By his freshman year in high school he had over 100 clients.

Johnny is now the Artistic Style Director for Soft Sheen Carson Inc. a division of L’Oreal USA. His work has appeared in Vogue Italia, Essence, Ebony and Sophisticate’s black hair.

He offers his hair and styling advice to the public as a monthly guest on the Steve Harvey Morning Show.

He has worked on celebrities such as Pink, Jada Pinkett Smith, Taraji P Henson and Tracey Ellis Ross. He has also worked on numerous fashion shows for designers such as Oscar De La Renta, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs.

His hair wizardry can be seen on the likes of beauties including First Lady Michelle Obama, actress Vivica Fox, Sherri Shepherd, Vanessa Williams and Hidden Figures Janelle Monae.

He is passionate about encouraging stylists to realize what’s beyond the chair and show how far their hands can take them.

In this episode Johnny talks about how he got his start in the beauty industry. He also talks about understanding your value as a beautypreneur, the importance of having discretion and what sets him apart from others in the industry. He also spills the tea on how he landed a job working with First Lady Michelle Obama for the last 8 years as her primary hair stylist.

“The truth hurts but not as long as a lie” ~Johnny Wright

In this Episode we discuss:

- First black millionaire Madam CJ Walker
– How much you make as an editorial hair stylist
– Relocating to follow your dreams
– What it’s like to work for the first lady of the United States
– The correlation of appearance to popularity
– The importance of knowing how to round brush
– Why you are not just a beautypreneur
– The art of storytelling
– Knowing your worth
– The importance of having discretion
– Keeping your schedule organized with a personal and professional assistant
– Why you should do what you love and love what you do
– A day in the life of celebrity hair stylist Johnny Wright

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Yene Damtew

Rahni Flowers

Fredrick Fekkai

Mz H20 on Facebook

Hair Artist TV

Instagram: @johnnywright220

Facebook: @johnnywright

Periscope: @johnny_wright

Related Episodes:

The Power of Prayer: An Entrepreneurs Guide to Trusting your Faith and Believing in Yourself with Derick Monroe

Become a Hollywood Hair Stylist: What it Takes to work in Television and Film with Anne Michelle Radcliffe part 2

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Jan 20 2017

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Season 3 Ep008: With only $75 Dollars in Her Pocket to Owning her Own Business with Anna Walker

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Business owner and life coach Anna Walker dreamed of becoming a hair stylist and salon owner at an early age. Her Initial training began with every doll in the toy chest. Anna’s passion for the beauty industry led to her attending technical school as she simultaneously completed during her high school education.

Her tumultuous childhood brought many challenges. She witnessed abusive behavior between her parents which ultimately led to her mothers death.

 As she got older her dream of becoming a salon owner had shifted.  However, by a chain of unforeseen events in 2009 Anna opened the doors to her own business. Since then she has been voted the best colorist and hairstylist in Richmond, Virginia for 2013.


In this episode Anna speaks on the importance of telling your personal story. She shared her heart wrenching story of watching her mother being abused. She also talks about how to build your clientele and tell how she secured an investor to help start her own business.

“You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your clothes everyday. This is a power you can cultivate. If you want to control things in your life so bad, work on the mind. That’s the only thing you should be trying to control” ~Elizabeth Gilbert

In this Episode we discuss:

- Dealing with abusive relationships
– Why every hairstylist is a life coach
– Standing in your truth and owning it
– Stepping out on faith
– Goal setting
– Your #1 marketing tool
– Knowing when to sever ties
– The importance of making a good first impression
– Persevering through the hard times in life
– Facing your fears
– The importance of asking for help
– Separating friendship and business
– Make it or break it moments

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

www.body2soul.net

PBA: Cut it Out

Mz H20 on Facebook

Hair Artist TV

Instagram: @body2soulsalon

Facebook: @body2soulsalon

Periscope: @body2soulsalon

Related Episodes:

From College Drop out to Successful Entrepreneur with Lea Conner

Become a Hollywood Hair Stylist: What it Takes to work in Television and Film with Anne Michelle Radcliffe part 2

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Dec 09 2015

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Season 3 Ep007: How to Strategize Your Way to the Top with Marcia Hamilton

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Hair Stylist Marcia Hamilton has been in the hair industry for 15 years.

She has worked on celebrities such as Pink, Jada Pinkett Smith, Taraji P Henson and Tracey Ellis Ross.

She has also worked on numerous fashion shows for designers such as Oscar De La Renta, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs

Her artistic creations frequently appear in publications like Teen Vogue, Shape, Essence, Vanity Fair and W magazines.

She’s created looks for epic music videos like Willow Smith’s “Whip My Hair” and Usher’s “OMG”

Other collaborations includes Pravana, Macadamia Oil, Disney and TNT

In this episode she tells how she transition from working in a salon to becoming a celebrity hair stylist in Beverly Hills. She also gives advice on what to do when you start feeling burnt out as a hair stylist. She gives the inside scope on her favorite products the tancho stick, T3 hair dryer, and Mizani.

“Do one thing that scares you every day”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Relocating to a different city
– Why you should dream big
– Tips on becoming a celebrity hair stylist
– The importance of strategic planning
– Organization and scheduling
– Balancing salon clients & celebrity clients
– Knowing when to switch things up
– Favorite tools and products
– Interpreting Art
– Facing your fears
– The power of YouTube videos
– Editorial vs. Music videos
– Identifying opportunities

People Mentioned in this Episode:

Kim Kimble

Brandy

Jamie Foxx

Jada Pinkett Smith

Hair Artist TV

Products Mentioned in this Episode:

Toncho Stick

T3 Hair Dryer

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

www.marciahamilton.com

San Jose College

Mz H20 on Facebook

Hair Artist TV

Instagram: @marciahamilton

twitter: @marciahamilton

Related Episodes:

How to Get a Job in Television and Film with Anne Michelle Radcliffe part 1

Become a Hollywood Hair Stylist: What it Takes to work in Television and Film with Anne Michelle Radcliffe part 2

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Nov 20 2015

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Season 3 Episode 006: From Single Mom at Seventeen to Successful Entrepreneur with Multiple Streams of Income with Sky Marcano

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Clothing designer Sky Marcano was a single parent at 17 years of age. In that same year she wrote her first business plan.

By age 25 she started her first company with two small children at home.

Within 12 months she had two different investors approach her. She partnered up with one of them and together they grew her first company.

She soon became a regular on The Shopping Channel.

Since then, she’s started her second company where she helps new business owners, artists and creatives, grow and develop great marketing skills to begin selling online.

In this episode Sky talks about the struggles she’s endured in her life and how she overcame them. She speaks on the importance of setting up multiple streams of income for your business and gives Facebook tips to help you get more engagement and likes.

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”  ~Maya Angelou

In this Episode we discuss:

- Becoming a clothing designer
– Overcoming obstacles
– Attracting the attention of investors
– How to deal with the unexpected
– Pushing through pain and set backs in your life
– What it means to get pushed into your purpose
– Multiple streams of income
– Making money while you sleep
– Facebook marketing
– How to get more likes on Facebook
– Facebook advertising
– Facebook tracking pixel
– How social media can help grown your brand
– Tapping into your creative genius

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

www.skymarcano.com

Mz H20 on Facebook

Hair Artist TV

Instagram: @sky_marcano

Periscope: @sky_marcano

Facebook: The Sky’s The Limit

Related Episodes:

The Art of Networking: How to Tap into Hidden Opportunities with Synthe Online

How to Instagram your Way to More Sales and Customers with Gabana

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Nov 04 2015

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Season 3 Ep005: Building, Marketing & Promoting your Bridal Beauty Business with Piper De Young

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Piper De Young is our viewer’s choice winner. She is a make-up artist who has a passion for technology & cosmetics (yes two complete opposites)

She is a social media natural and beauty lover with a sharp eye for trending design.

She enjoys helping solopreneur’s build their brand identity and showcase their work.

Piper has worked for brands such as MAC & Philosophy cosmetics.

In this episode Piper tells of her journey in to the world of make-up. She also give tips on becoming a bridal make-up artist and shares her secret to success.

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” ~Philippians 4:13

In this Episode we discuss:

- Networking to build your clientele
– Who to network with
– Projects that fill your creativity tank
– Social media tips
– Doing wedding make-up
– Booking Brides
– How to respond to email requests from brides
– The importance of having contacts
– Creating a media kit
– Graphic design
– Apps that helps your business run more smoothly
– How doing what you love can be rewarding
– How social media can help grown your brand
– Instagram your way to more clients

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

pipermichelle.com

17hats.com

docusign.com

wave invoicing

Brittany Snow

Maria Menounos

Bellamy Young

Hair Artist TV

Instagram: @pipermichelle

Periscope: @piperdeyoung

Related Episodes:

The Art of Networking: How to Tap into Hidden Opportunities with Synthe Online

How to Instagram your Way to More Sales and Customers with Gabana

Top Tools to Help you Network like a Pro and build a Loyal Clientele with Diana Simaan

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Oct 21 2015

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Season 3 Ep004: Overcoming Feeling of Loneliness as an Artist and Entrepreneur with Philip Ring

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Philip Ring, Creative Director for Salon Embellish in Phoenix, Arizona is a passionate stylist, photographer and YouTuber whose success is derived from seeking out only the top education in the industry.

In his short career as a hairstylist, Philip has been a salon owner, hosted multiple red carpet industry events, and a social media sensation with a fast growing (1000+ new followers per week) instagram following.

His Pixel Project Collective has truly begun to sweep the internet, with features in prestigious magazines such a Hair’s How, Latest Hair Styles and New Hair Trends.

He continues to allure followers with new color choices and patterns as well as creating a high demand from salons all over the country for on-site education.

If Philip isn’t in the salon or traveling to educate, you will definitely find him at the Sassoon Academy, honing his skills in both precision cutting and coloring.

In this episode Phil tells about the challenges he faces as a hair stylist and how those times spark ingenious ideas.  He gives his top tips for building an Instagram following and attracting new clients. He also shares how artists often feel lonely and how to overcome that sense of loneliness.

“Take care of the people that take care of you”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Going to beauty school vs. assisting
– Do you need a mentor?
– Having a specialty
– Pixel project collective
– Directing a photo and video shoot
– Finding models for photoshoots
– Multiple streams of income
– Making money while you sleep
– Instagram tips
– Choosing which social media platforms to build for your business
– The loneliness of being an artist and entrepreneur
– Hair Goonies
– How social media can help grown your brand
– Instagraming your way to more clients
– Souloartist documentary
– The magic of hair design

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Phildoeshair.com

Doug Macleod

SOULoArtist Documentary

www.scissorboy.com

Modern Salon

Hair Artist TV

Facebook: @phildoeshair

Instagram: @phildoeshair

Periscope: @phildoeshair

Related Episodes:

The Makings of  a Social Media Hair Color Guru with Ruby Devine

How to Instagram your Way to More Sales and Customers with Gabana

How to Use YouTube to Build, Grow and Promote your Business with GQ

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Oct 09 2015

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Season 3 Ep003: The Art of Networking | How to Tap into Hidden Opportunities with Synthe Online

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Syntheonline is an international award winning airbrush make-up artist, educator and body painter and has been in the beauty industry of over 15 years.

She has air brushed the most celebrated entertainers and body painted the most imaginable works of art.

This Vincenza, Italy born artist has a passion for teaching individuals the art of airbrushing, color theory and special effects make up.

In this episode Synthe tells how she went from working behind a make-up counter to being internationally recognized. She give secrets on how to create an opportunity when you attend a networking event and the importance of having a networking plan. She also give tips to help you grow your clientele as a hair or make-up artist.

“Use the tool of networking”

In this Episode we discuss:

- The art of networking
- Choosing a Make-up School
- The importance of listening
- Body painting
- Special effects make-up
- Why you should learn how to do Airbrushing
- Why you should be HD ready
- Stepping outside your box to grow your business
- Writing a contract
- Recognizing and creating business opportunities
- Creating a networking plan
- How to think like a business owner
- Understanding the value you bring to the table
- #1 Mistake beautypreneurs make when building their clientele
- Understanding the laws of make-up and the rules of ethics
- How to discover the most current make-up trends

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

High Def Skincare & Advanced Air Brush Class with Synthe: PMAC April 2-3, 2016

Syntheonline.com
Hair Artist TV

Facebook: @synthemaria

Instagram: @syntheonline

Periscope: @syntheonline

Twitter: @syntheonline

Related Episodes:

Top Tools to Help you Network Like a Pro and Build a Loyal Clientele with Diana Simaan

Seven Marketing Tools to Help you Get More Clients and Customers with Mz. H2o

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Oct 04 2015

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Season 3 Ep002: How to Change your Life and Increase your Income with Crystal Martin Craft

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Crystal Martin Craft is an hairstylist, entrepreneur and beauty relationships specialist.

She started her career at Paul Mitchell the School in Birmingham, Alabama

Through years of hands-on training from top industry stylists, Crystal has honed her skills to focus on specialty services.

She is one of the most sought after hair extensions specialist in her city.

Her work has been featured on runway shows and in Inspire magazine.

In this episode she tells how she went from being in foster care to creating the life she’s always wanted. She gives advice on how to go from a life you hate to one you love. She also gives tips on how to raise your prices and charge what you’re worth.

“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care” ~John C. Maxwell

In this Episode we discuss:

- Getting rid of negative thoughts
- Overcoming obstacles in life
- Thoughts create things
- The importance of listening
- The key to building a successful business
- Thinking positive
- Building loyal relationships in your business
- How to charge what you are worth
- The power of owning your confidence
- Focusing on a specialty
- While the word “only” can work magic for you
- Believing in yourself
- Raising your prices
- Building your confidence
- The chamber of secrets

Books Mentioned in this Episode:

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster: Why Now Is the Time to #JoinTheRide

Crystal’s website: cmcraft.nerium.com

Facebook: @crystalmartincraft

Periscope: @crystalmartincraft

Twitter: @crystalmartincraft

Related Episodes:

How to Income and Build a Multi-Million Dollar Business with William R. Patterson

How to Throw Caution to the Wind and Follow your Dreams with Melvin Styles

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Sep 30 2015

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Season 3 Ep001: The Makings Of A Social Media Hair Color Guru with Ruby Devine

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Ruby Devine is an Educator and Hair Color Guru

She has 15 years of experience in the beauty industry and over 10 as a Bumble and Bumble network educator

She is a social media maven and teaches beautypreneurs how to build a strong social media presence and attract their ideal client.

Her work has been featured in Modern Salon, Beauty launchpad, American Salon, and on Instagram by @breezystylist @nothingbut pixies @authentichairarmy

In this episode she gives insights on the contradiction of humility and confidence. She talks about the importance of continuing education. She also gives tips on building your social media following, hash tagging and being a great assistant.

“Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we will die”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Becoming an educator
- Social media tips
- Periscope live streaming app
- Being pushed into your purpose
- Charging what you are worth
- The characteristics of a great assistant
- Characteristics of a great educator
- Having self confidence
- Owning you true gifts and talents
- The importance of continuing education
- Building your Instagram following
- Hash tagging appropriately
- The importance of paying attention
- The art form of fashion color
- Underlights technique
- Working in salon suites
- Online coworkers and virtual mentors
- How much an editorial campaign really pays

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Ruby Devine

Philip Wolff

Philip Ring

Ash Fortis

BTC Color, Cut & Style Show

Maria Booth Education

Hair Artist TV

Products Mentioned in this Episode:

Bumble and Bumble

Instagram: @rubydevine

Periscope: @rubydawndevine

Twitter: @rubydawndevine

Related Episodes:

Instagram your way to more sales and customers with Gabana

How to use YouTube to Build, Grow, and Promote your Business with GQ

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

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Sep 29 2015

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Season 2 Ep0017: Pushing Through your Problems to Ignite your Purpose and Passion in Life with Kiyah Wright

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The season finale of the Hair Artist Academy Podcast is here! Kiyah Wright ends this three show finale with such valuable information on the making of a celebrity stylist.

Kiyah is an entrepreneur and two-time Emmy Award-winning celebrity hairstylist.

She is the owner of Muze Agency and is a fashion powerhouse who’s work has been seen on The Tyra Show, America’s Next Top Model, The View and America’s Got Talent

She’s also been seen on Oprah, The Today Show, Shear Genius, and her own reality show with her four friends “Love in the City”

Her list of distinguished clients include stars such as Tyra Banks, Ciarra, Gabrielle Union, Jennifer Hudson, Scandal’s Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson of Fox hit series Empire.

In today’s show she  give a very candid view of her life as a celebrity stylist. She talks about what it’s like on the road and what it takes to stay in the game.

She tells about the loss of her mom at an early age and her internal determination and drive to succeed.

In the inspiring finale Kiyah tells exactly what is required to push past your problems and find your purpose and passion in life and  how you can make your mark in the beauty industry.

“When you know better you do better” ~Oprah

In this Episode we discuss:

- Dealing with slow times in your business
- A day in the life of celebrity hair stylist Kiyah Wright
- What it’s like to go on tour with your clients
- What is a brand ambassador
- Teaching classes
- Weave and hair extensions classes
- Charging what you’re worth
- Having an assistant
- Paying your team
- How much to charge your clients
- The best time to raise your prices
- How often you should raise your prices
- Why you may be underpricing yourself
- How to increase your prices when you live in a small town
- Compromises that come along with building your business
- Building wealth
- How much an editorial campaign really pays

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Kiyah Wright

Perfect Your Weave Increase Your Income

Ashunta Sheriff

Products Mentioned in this Episode:

Clariol Professional Jazzing Hair Color

Clariol Professional iThrive Style Soothe Shampoo

Clariol Professional iThrive Style Soothe Treatment

Clariol Professional iThrive Keratin Rescue Treatment

Clariol Professional iThrive Color Vibrancy Treatment

Instagram: @kiyahwright1

Twitter: kiyahwright

Previous Episodes:

How to Increase your Income and Build a Million Dollar Business with William R. Patterson part 1

The Power of Prayer | An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Trusting Your Faith and Believing in Yourself with Derick Monroe

From Quitting a Boring 6 Figure Job to Building a Beauty Empire with Patric Bradley

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Jul 28 2015

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Season 2 Ep016: From Quitting a Boring Job Making 6 Figures to Building a Beauty Empire with Patric Bradley

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Patric Bradley is an entrepreneur, product creator, platform artist and international educator

He travels the world training stylists on cutting and coloring techniques, business management and marketing and branding strategies.

He’s worked as Artistic Director for Dudley Products and Creative Director for Farouk Systems.

His work has been displayed on more than 75 national and international magazine covers and billboards around the globe.

He can be seen in Chris Rock’s documentary Good Hair and was featured on Jerseylicious.

He has won 30 national and international hair and makeup competitions, including the prestigious “Top Stylist” honor at Bronner Brothers Future Masters Hair Battle he’s so good he now serves as chairman of judges for the Bronner Bros. Hair Battle Royale.

In today’s episode he tells how he decides to quit a boring job making six figures to start from scratch and build a global beauty empire. He also teaches you how you how to go from being good to great. Tune in to learn the process of creating your own educational styling DVD.

“Keep it Hollywood”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Why you should position yourself around people who are smarter than you
- How to build your clientele
- The importance of setting boundaries
- How the 60/90 rule can change your business
- The best time to open you own salon
- Why you don’t have to own a salon to become wealthy
- What is a platform artist
- Why you must be passionate about what you do
- Why doing it for the money is the wrong reason
- How to become an international educator
- The process of creating your own educational DVD’s
- Why brand development is so important
- The power of building relationships
- Why you to be careful of the people you keep in your circle of friends
- How to avoid being broke

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Patric Bradley

P. Elements Products

Dudley Products

Patric’s Free Hands on Cutting Class at Bronner Brothers International Hair Show on Monday Aug. 17 :

email: patricbradley@aol.com

Patric’s Color Code Class Charlotte, NC  Sept. 13-14:

Instagram: @pbteamhollywood

Facebook: Patrick Bradley- P Elements

Previous Episodes:

How to Increase your Income and Build a Million Dollar Business with William R. Patterson part 1

From Corporate America to Booking Clients for Television,  Music Videos and Film with Crystal Wright

The Power of Prayer | An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Trusting Your Faith and Believing in Yourself with Derick Monroe

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Jul 24 2015

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Season 2 Ep015: The Power Prayer | An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Trusting your Faith and Believing in Yourself with Derick Monroe

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Celebrity hair stylist Derick Monroe has worn many hats from hair stylist, beauty supply owner, salon owner, educator, and freelance celebrity hairstylist.

He went from being on governmental assistance to celebrity stylist and it didn’t happen overnight. It was as a road filled with struggle, tenacity and perseverance.

His hands has coiffed the hair of celebrities such as Super Model Iman, Actress Tasha Smith, Kenya Moore and singer Erykah Badu

He has worked on shows such as Project Runway, The View, Wendy Williams , Fashion police, most recently with celebrity stylist June Ambrose’s anticipated TLC network show “Save My Style’!

His faith is what has contributed to his success. His mantra is simple he believes in the power of God and the power of prayer.

In this episode Derick shares his journey of how he transformed his life into a highly sought after celebrity hair stylist in editorial and TV. He shares what it really takes to make it in the entertainment industry. He also shares what you have to look forward to if you pray, keep the faith and never give up.

“Be not weary in well doing ” ~ Galatians 6:9

In this Episode we discuss:

- The importance of not giving up

- Not allowing your obstacles to discourage you

- The importance of setting boundaries

- Separating friendships vs. clientships

- Keep it professional

- Taking a leap of faith

- Affiliate programs

- Why you need a business coach

- The importance of praying before making a major decision

- Dealing with unexpected circumstances

- Do you need to relocate to break in to TV & film

- What to do if you decide to relocate

- The power of building relationships

- A day in the life of a celebrity hair stylist

- What it’s like to work with on global editorial photos shoots

- Having faith in God

- Believing in yourself

- How your personality can help you land a job faster than your skill

- The top 3 cities to live in if you want to work in TV & Film

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Derick Monroe

Essence Magazine

Soft Sheen Carlson

Marcia Hampilton

Wendy Williams

Project Runway

Johnny Lavoy

Yancey Edwards

Tasha Smith

Save My Style

Instagram: @derickmonroe

Periscope: @derickmonroe

Facebook: @derickmonroe

Previous Episodes:

How to Land a Job in Television and Film with AnneMichelle Radcliff

Become A Hollywood Hair Stylist: What it Takes to Work in Televisions and Film

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Jul 22 2015

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Season 2 Ep014: Networking your Way to Wealth with William R. Paterson part 2

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William R. Patterson is back for part two of a two part series on the Hair Artist Academy Podcast.

He provided so much value in the first show on how to increase your income and build a million dollar business that I had to have him back for a part two.

He’s shared the stage with billionaires, presidential candidates, and Fortune 100 CEOs and he is a regular business and financial expert for networks such as CBS and SiriusXM Radio

In this episode he goes into more details about building your network which directly affects your net worth. Observe who you are spending the most time with and if you are the smartest person in your circle you need to find a new circle.

He outlines exactly what it takes to build a million dollar business

He also teaches you about Wealth Reset and why it’s important that we teach wealth building principles to our kids.

Many people struggle financial because they don’t have mentors, advisers or business coaches. These individuals can guide you on how to make the best decision about your money and your business.

If you want to build significant wealth it is imperative that you have some one-on-one coaching to help guide you on your road to success.


“Knowledge is not enough. Your network is a direct reflection of your net worth” ~ William R. Patterson

In this Episode we discuss:

- The best time to start a business
- Why you should have very little problems
- How to figure out what you want to do with your life
- The Wealth Reset
- Specialization vs. Concentration
- Vertical integration
- Affiliate programs
- Why you need a business coach
- What are media properties
- Re-purposing your content
- How to set up your business entity
- How to build a multi-million dollar business
- What is true wealth
- Price to earning ratio
- Identifying wealth opportunities
- Making your business attractive to investors
- Having a license to print money
- The importance of knowing how to read financial statements
- Why you shouldn’t help your kids sell

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

The Baron Solution Group

Periscope

Youtube

Meetup.com

Commission Junction

Blog Talk Radio

Go Pro

Bid For Spots

Legal Zoom

Previous Episodes:

How to Charge What you’re Worth with Angela Wacht

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Jul 18 2015

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Season 2 Ep013: How to Increase your Income and Build a Million Dollar Business with William R. Patterson Part 1

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Our Featured Guest today is a internationally renowned Business Coach

He is the CEO The Baron Solution Group which provides coaching services to small business owners, executives, entrepreneurs, and investors.

He is a four-time award-winning lecturer and international best selling author.

He’s shared the stage with billionaires, presidential candidates, and Fortune 100 CEOs and he is a regular business and financial expert for networks such as CBS and SiriusXM Radio

He’s also been a featured guest on over 500 television, radio programs and magazines which includes Entrepreneur magazine, Forbes,CNBC and ABC

He was named a “Top 20 Business Icon” by Exceptional People Magazine and “Entrepreneur of the Year” by African American Lifestyle Magazine.

In this episode he talks about how you can began to build wealth. He also shares why many people are working harder but getting poorer. If you are ready to build a million dollar business then this episode is for you.

“Knowledge is not enough. Your network is a direct reflection of your net worth” ~ William R. Patterson

In this Episode we discuss:

- Why you should set goals that are ten times bigger than you current goals
- Earned income vs. passive and residual income
- Why you are working harder and getter poorer
- The power you have as a beautypreneur
- Building your network
- Why you should not be the smartest person in your group
- Brilliant ways to increase your income
- What to do if you don’t know what your passion is
- How to write a book without writing one word
- The importance of giving back
- Automation and systematizing your ideas
- How to build a multi-million dollar business
- Having a business and not a job
- Creating multiple revenue streams
- Shifting from poverty mindset to millionaire mindset

“Duplicate and Automate. If you fail to do this you will limit your success and your income” ~ William R. Patterson

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

The Baron Solution Group

Upwork

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun

Chicken Soup for the Soul

Think and Grow Rich

Previous Episodes:

How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck with Andrea Travillian

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Jul 10 2015

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Season 2 Ep012: How to Throw Caution to the Wind and Follow your Dreams with Melvin Styles

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Melvin Styles had a passion for fashion at an early age.

After landing his first job at Artman Nursing Home at 15 he found himself spending his entire check on his favorite designer rags.

After being recruited for a major department store he realized his passion was much more than a hobby. It was a true talent.

He soon after decided to take a leap of faith and relocate to Atlanta Ga where his career took off.

He is now the Creative Director & fashion stylist for O2G a women’s and men’s online boutique.

He has worked with Rich Homie Quan and is personal stylist to Tori Hart and reality TV star MiMi Faust of Love and Hip Hop

In this episode he tells what the job of a fashion stylist is and how to break into the fashion industry. He tells his story of networking his way to the top. He also gives the secret to create a strong foundation for any business.

“The best things in life are free and the second best are very expensive” ~ Coco Chanel

In this Episode we discuss:

- What’s a fashion stylist
- Wardrobe stylist vs. Fashion Stylist
- Virtual Mentors
- Relocating in order to pursue your career
- Networking with other people related to your field
- Seeing clients as a canvas
- First jobs
- Financing your
- Collaborating with your client
- The importance of building trust
- Soothing your clients insecurities
- Having clients on retainer
- Studying and learning everything about your industry
- The importance of staying humble
- Creating a business plan

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Dolce and Gabbana

Polyvore

Saks Fifth Ave

Macy’s

Shop O2G

Previous Episodes:

From Corporate American to Booking Clients for Televisions, Music Videos and Film with Crystal Wright

Twitter: @melvinstyles

Instagram: @melvinstyles

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Jul 03 2015

47mins

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Season2 Ep011: From Social Worker to Shark Tank with Megan Gage

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Megan Gage is an accidental entrepreneur.

She started out as a social worker and has a passion for helping others. When she had her son she decide to leave her job to become a full time mom.

After getting so many compliments on the way she styled her son’s hair she realized there may be something there.

With some encouragement from her husband she decided to pursue the idea of creating a hair care line for baby’s and kids.

Before she new it Hot Tot was born.

After sending out a press release to major publication she was featured in Parenting and Newborn Magazines.

And shortly after she was scouted for Shark Tank.

In this episode she tells how she got the courage to start her business. Megan talks about finding manufacturers along with marketing strategies. If you’ve ever wanted to be on Shark Tank she gives advice on dealing with the sharks in the tank.

“Make passion your master, allow possibility to feed your soul”

In this Episode we discuss:

- How to find ideas for starting a business
- Finding manufacturers to create your very own product line
- Private label
- Dealing with fear
- Getting on Shark Tank
- What really happens while you are in the tank
- Tips for landing a deal on Shark Tank
- The Shark Tank effect
- The power of doing you
- Solving issues in your business
- Preparing for Shark Tank
- Why anything is possible in life
- Tips for starting your product line

“Do what you love and love it so much that you’ll do it for free, but do it so well that people will pay you for it” ~Keith L. Brown

Megan’s Shark Tank Episode:

Megan Gage & Hot Tot Haircare on Shark Tank

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Hot Tot Hair Care

Shark Tank

Mark Cuban

The Honest Company

Meet Megan at Cosmprof: July 12t-14th Las Vegas

Previous Episodes:

How to Discover your Purpose and Passion in Life with Keith L. Brown

The Top Ten Things you Must Do Know to Start Your Business with Mz. H2o

Facebook: Hot Tot Hair Care

Twitter: @hottothaircare

Instagram: @hottothaircare


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Jun 25 2015

41mins

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Season 2 Ep010: Dealing With Hair Loss | Coping, Causes and Solutions with Jordan Blackmore

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Determined to land a job with one of the top hair stylist in the beauty industry, Jordan Blackmore loaded up his car and drove to Miami immediately after graduating from hair school.

This guy is ballsy!

Not only does he convince hair legend Oribe to give him a job he shortly becomes his assistant and began traveling the world with him.

His courageousness affords him the opportunity to work on some major fashion projects and photo shoots.

During a shoot in London he had the opportunity to meet fashion icon Marc Jacobs.  A concoction of fearlessness and blue hair dye changed his life forever.

In this episode Jordan shares his journey in the beauty industry. He also opens up about his bout with hair loss. It’s a passionate issue and a personal one. So much so, he partnered with a doctor to create a product line to help combat hair loss in both men and women. He also offers preventative solutions for dealing with hair loss.

He also weighs in on if LeBron James has had hair transplants or not. His answer may surprise you.

“You are never to far ahead too lose and you are never too far behind to win”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Taking risks
- Confidence is king
- The importance of having a mentor
- How to be a great mentee
- How to build a clientele in less than 9 months
- Exact script for approaching potential clients
- Meeting Mark Jacobs for the first time
- 2-day color job
- How to prevent burn out
- Dealing with and combating hair loss
- How hair loss affects men vs. women
- Protecting your hair while swimming
- Hair Transplants
- How hair loss affects men vs. women
- Dealing with challenging times
- A business vs. a hobby

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Three Squares Studio

Renessence Hair

Dr. Bernard Nusbaum – Hair Transplant Institute

Will I Am

Outliers: The Story of Success


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Jun 20 2015

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Season2 Ep009: Transform your Business and your Body with Donald Paden II

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I have a confession to make. Tune in now to find out what it is.

Personal trainer and entrepreneur Donald Paden II  was exposed to sports and the exponential possibilities of  entrepreneurship at an early age.

After climbing the corporate ladder he decided that a career in corporate America was not what he truly wanted.

He eventually decided to leave a well paying job to blaze an entrepreneurial trail of his own.

He now owns Allmighty Athletics where he helps individuals transform their bodies and live a better and healthier lifestyle.

In this episode he offers a guide to healthy living for entrepreneurs. He talks about pertinent choices individuals can make to maintain a healthy lifestyle. He also weighs in on women who allow their hairstyles to get in the way of working out.

“There is nothing wrong with being better”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Building relationships to build your clientele
- Leaving your job to start your own business
- The importance of being yourself
- Why you should be celebrated when you walk into a room
- Networking your way to success
- My confession
- Living a healthy lifestyle
- Childhood obesity
- Healthy eating for entrepreneurs
- Social media for individuals in the service industry
- Goal setting for healthier living
- Healthy snacks you can eat throughout the day
- A business vs. a hobby

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Allmighty Athletics

Oh yeah protein shake

Muscle Milk

GNC

Vitamin Shoppe

Shark Tank

Facebook: AllmightyIDM

Twitter: @mightyathletics

Instagram: @allmightyathletics

email: allmightyathletics@gmail.com

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Jun 08 2015

59mins

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Season 2 Ep008: From College Drop Out to Successful Entrepreneur

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Lea Conner is a hair stylist turned entrepreneur.

From a young age she knew she wanted to have an impact on people and change their lives.

Upon entering her second year of college she realized that a career in nursing was not what she wanted. She made the hard decision to drop out of college and pursue her dreams of becoming a hair stylist.

Since then she has had the honor of traveling the country working under some of the top artists in the industry including world renowned hair artist, Martin Parsons

She’s a Goldwell Educator where she travels and teaches color and color theory to other driven stylist in the industry.

She recently opened her first salon Amare Hair Studio in Winter Garden, Fl.

In today’s episode she tells you exactly how she did it and how you can too.

“She believed she could so she did”

In this Episode we discuss:

- Why college may not be for everyone
- Discovering you true passion in life
- Living life on your own terms
- Being true to yourself
- Not caring what other people think of you
- Traveling as a assistant to a master stylist
- Becoming an educator for a major product line
- Opening your own salon
- Knowing when the door of opportunity is open
- Booth renting vs. Commission employees
- Booth renters contracts and leases
- The hiring and firing process
- Marketing your salon
- Getting through dark days
- How to know when you’re ready to start your own business
- What to expect when you start your own business

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Mason Pearson Brush

Sedu Revolution Blow dryer

Martin Parsons

Amare Hair Studio

Facebook: Amare Studio

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May 26 2015

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Season 2 Ep007: Starting a Bridal Hair and Make-up Business with Sineat Heintzelman

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Sineat Heintzelman is a hair and make-up artist with over 20 years of experience. She owns Love Make-up Hair, a mobile bridal hair and make-up business.

She has worked with DASS Salon & Spa, Spa Sydell, Natural body, and Norstrom as a esthetician and make-up artist.

Her goal is to inspire you to transition from a job that is no longer serving you to one that supports you and your family creating an overall healthy balance lifestyle.

In this episode she talks about how to take a leap of faith and start your own business. She gives tips on how to effectively balance having a family and running a successful business.

She also discusses one form of marketing that many people are using less and less and how it is working wonders for her business.

And for the first time in HAA podcast history we have our youngest guest on the show!

“The real ornament of women is her character her beauty”

In this Episode we discuss:

- How your real career may be staring you in the face
- How to find the things you are really good at in order to start your business
- How to start a bridal hair and make-up business
- Building a brand that lasts a lifetime
- The oldest but most effective form of marketing
- What’s a mompreneur
- Being a great example for you kids
- Balancing a newborn and a beauty business
- Preparing for slow times
- The importance of knowing what you are capable of
- Making the transition from your day job to owning your own business
- Knowing that there is enough business for everyone
- Supporting others in your industry
- Starting a bridal beauty business
- Setting your rates
- What to expect when you start your own business

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~ Confucius 

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

lovemakeuphair.com

lovemakeuphair.wordpress.com

Previous Episodes:

The Power of Leveraging Connections with Stephen Moleski

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May 19 2015

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