Author: The Successful Barber Organization

SB Membership

SB Membership

Barbers united in Barber-hood.

Barber Education

Barber Education

Bringing education to the next generation.

Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Barbers and barbershops have always played a vital role in the community. For decades many barbershops have given out free back to school haircuts, encouraged literacy and academics among the youth, raised money for various causes and overall been a great example of social enterprise. Successful Barber has adopted two key community initiatives, among other important social issues, that have truly resonated with people that live in those communities.

Successful Barber Come Up Season 1 Intro

Successful Barber Come Up Season 1 Intro

Get ready for the premiere of Season 1 of Successful Barber Come Up. Helping barbers improve their business and skill level while being effective leaders in the community. Get connected and stay tuned for a full season of barber business, skill, and character. Who knows? We may contact you!

Are you a Hair Cutter or a Barber? There’s a Big Difference!

Are you a Hair Cutter or a Barber? There’s a Big Difference!

I was teaching a class about a month ago, and by the look of everyone’s faces I must have asked a very peculiar question. I asked the students if they were going to be a Hair Cutter or a Barber once they had graduated the […]

Who wants to have MASSIVE clientele? If so then read this…

Who wants to have MASSIVE clientele? If so then read this…

I have to admit building a business is not as easy as some barbers would like it to be. Especially when it comes to attracting clients into your chair. Thinking of creative ways to deliver your message to potential clients is one thing, but actually […]

Why Should Barbers Promote Healthy Hair?

Why Should Barbers Promote Healthy Hair?

20131201-134225.jpgToday my customer told me that before sitting in my chair he has never had anyone care about his hair the way that I do. It really amazes me how much barbers don’t go the extra mile to educate the customers about their hair. This particular customer has a thinning hairline, something that we all have to deal with in this industry. Since it was my first time cutting his hair I asked him a decent amount of questions while I was servicing him in regards to his haircut. I explained to him how we could try and bring his hairline back to its original place and maybe even try some growth products. This small bit of advice to him went a long way because it made him feel like I was really concerned for the health of his hair. He will definitely be coming back to get another haircut. 🙂  Managing our customers is so important to focus on in this business. Not only do we have to focus on getting customers but also have to be able to keep them coming back. When a customer asks you a question about their hair and you don’t have the answer, then take the time out to research the answer so when the client comes back you will be able to share what you found. Just out of curiosity, what are some questions that you guys/gals receive from customers pertaining to their hair?

How successful barbers connect with their regular customers

How successful barbers connect with their regular customers

This week I will be sending out an email to my customers about our canned-food drive this month. This is an annual event in which we collect food items from our customers and deliver them to a local food pantry. Being able to send out […]