Good advice for success from Lisa Rachel
Flashback to 2004, my last year at high school and time to decide what to do with my life. I was expected to go to college and do A-levels so I applied to the local sixth form. When the date came around for the interview I realised that sitting in a classroom for another two years just wasn’t for me so made the decision to be trained for a skill, one that I would always have and could always make money from, no matter what happens in the future. I think this thought process was created by the era that I was growing up in, one that wasn’t yet ruled by the internet and technology but could see where it was going and that a lot of jobs would eventually become redundant in the modern world.
And there it was, my decision to become a hairdresser. A hands on, creative…
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