Do you want to know more on what it takes to being a freelance hair educator?
Well, in todays podcast I’m thrilled to welcome Jay Mahmood to talk about his role as a hairdressing educator. In this episode, Jay’s offering up the lessons he has learned as an educator at some of the most respected hair academies in the world, and now as an International freelance Hair Educator and the Global Artistic Ambassador of Haircutting for Goldwell.
As a hair educator who travels the globe teaching and inspiring others within our craft, Jay knows better than many on what it really takes to educate others – the kind of skills set and determination needed. In this episode, he’ll share stories from his early life in East London to his journey to becoming one of hairdressings leading educators. He’ll debunk a few myths about how glamorous being an educator really is and offer some great take-away tips on a career path in hair education.
Like Jay says, it’s a “long road” to becoming a successful hair educator – upping your game takes practice. Listen in to Jay’s expert advice on taking you educator skills to the next level. I learned so much sat down with Jay, and I know you will too!
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