Tabatha Coffey is one of the biggest and admired names in world hairdressing. Adored by so many hairdressers from around the globe, Tabatha rose to fame as a contestant on Shear Genius leading to her own show, Tabatha Takes Over. In this podcast today we reveal the Tabatha behind that global fame and success, and learn how her characteristics of being brave, intelligent, tenacious, creative and honest can be taken as inspiration for your own life.

Achieving so much success it was only right to learn from Tabatha on how to go about creating a lifestyle and business that is right for you. This conversation will give you the positive mindset to helping you achieve just that.

In need of more on what Tabatha can offer you then this is your lucky day. Inspired by her TEDtalk, we get an insight into the June launch of her B.I.T.C.H camp, an in-person class series she’s developed into a  interactive 6 week empowerment course based on her acronym for “bitch”.

To tune into this weeks How To Cut It Premium podcast with Tabatha where we get her thoughts to online education and more, click HERE.

 

 


 

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Today’s Guest

Australian hairstylist, author, coach, and television personality, her participation as a contestant on the television show Shear Genius led to her own fame in the US.She was given a television show, Tabatha Takes Over.  She has also been in beauty publications, as well as backstage in New York’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. She works regularly as an editorial stylist for top fashion and beauty publications, including Seventeen, Marie Claire, and Mademoiselle. She wrote It’s Not Really About the Hair: The Honest Truth About Life, Love, and the Business of Beauty, published in 2011, and Own It, published in 2014.

More recently Tabatha has turned much of her attention to being a life and business coach, helping woman getting a life they love without settling.

Show notes:

Heres some of what we cover on todays episode with Tabatha Coffey 

  • 00 min 00 sec: Intro.
  • 05 min 58 sec: The characteristics that drives us to success.
  • 06 min 52 sec: The spark that got Tabatha interested in the hair industry.
  • 11 min 54 sec: Don’t hold ourselves back.
  • 13 min 10 sec: Resilient industry.
  • 15 min 35 sec: Take ownership and value on we are.
  • 18 min 50 sec: Tabatha on her TV shows.
  • 23 min 37 sec: Life as a salon owners fo Tabatha.
  • 27 min 34 sec: The diversity of hairdressing.
  • 29 min 53 sec: It comes from an abundances mindset.
  • 33 min 20 sec: Create a sustainable lifestyle.
  • 40 min 06 sec: Time to get out of hairdressing.
  • 42 min 00 sec: B.I.T.C.H Camp.

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