For some of you, your first job out of beauty school might be your first job ever. Sure, you have your license, but that doesn't mean you have confidence in your skills just yet. You might even be wondering how someone who has never had a job and has little confidence in their skills can appeal to an industry that seems to want the very best?
Rest assured: you are not alone. Confidence is acquired over time; and remember, everyone who has a job used to be someone who didn’t have a job. Everyone starts somewhere and you can too! In the short term, here are some simple daily habits that may help speed up the process.
At the end of the day, you’ve got to understand that you chose a people industry. The beauty industry is a profession where others rely on you to make them feel good and look great. If you can engage others, serve with a smile, and project confidence, you can succeed. Still don't feel confident that you'll land a job? You should:
Trust me when I say that it is your attitude that determines your altitude. A little effort will go a long way toward improving your confidence. You can do it!
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Michelle Campbell is the Content Marketing Specialist for MiladyPro.
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