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How To Proceed With A Career When You're Not College-Bound

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Are you an individual who went to college and realized it just wasn’t for you? On the other hand, you may have always known that college wasn’t in your future. Either way, you may be considering careers that will offer you a great way to earn a decent living while also offering you something that you will really enjoy doing. Here are some ideas that might help you to decide which direction you’re headed. Read More»

Three Practices That Can Help You Excel as a Professional Barber

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After you’ve completed your training and begun working in a salon, a good haircut is only a minor portion of what your clients will expect when they sit in your chair. Contrary to widespread belief, having good technical skills isn’t always enough to make you a successful barber. Some clients are looking for more of an experience than a simple haircut. Before you start operating as a professional, it’s a good idea to look at just some of the qualities that clients look for in a barber. Read More»

How To Avoid Hurting Your Child's Self Esteem When He/She Is Learning A Musical Instrument

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Building self esteem in children is so important–it impacts every aspect of their development and their lives. One way you can build self esteem is to encourage your child to learn a musical instrument. However, you have to be an integral part in his or her learning process, or else your child’s self esteem could be crushed. Here are three mistakes some parents make when their children are learning a musical instrument and how you can avoid them. Read More»