After 30 years I still love what I do!

After 30 years I still love what I do!

As far as I know we only get one shot at this life, do what makes you happy!! As cliche as it sounds, Do something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life, it’s about 99% true in my experience.

My passion for what I do is fueled from the understanding that when people feel/look good they are happier and most likely to give those positive vibes to others.

My client is the most important person in the room. Barbers make the mistake thinking that their clients need them more than they need the client. My truth is, I  am dependent on my clients. You can’t interrupt my work as a client when you are the purpose of it. You are never an outsider in my shop. You are a part of it. I am not doing you a favor by servicing you, you are doing me a favor by allowing me to do so.

My success is a direct result of my caring about my clients more than I care about money and in understanding how fortunate I am that people trust me enough to let me into their personal space, not just physically but mentally as well.

If I could give a piece of advice to someone just starting out… enjoy every moment and put your clients first not only because it’s good customer service but they share the most amazing experiences and wisdom! And always remember the saying, The way you make people feel about themselves says a lot about you!

So I thought this is just a good/public way for me to say thank you to my clients. Your support and patronage mean the world to me. No for real it’s literally why I’m able to eat lol. Thank you for recognizing that I’m only human and sometimes I run late 😁 but you get my undivided attention when we get started.

Im so in love with our new location I hope you will come along this new chapter of The  Beard Room’s story… it’s just getting good. If you haven’t been to the shop yet because of COVID keep a look out for my upcoming post this weekend. It’s all about the barbershop and the safety of it all… no politics in it at all from my point of view.