What really makes people climb the ladder of success in their careers and lives is a common question many have wondered about in all these years. Many professionals today are more inclined toward attaining overnight success, failing to understand that success stories that are made from the ground up are those that stay for longer and have a larger positive impact on others in the industry. It is necessary for professionals to thus work toward belonging to the latter category, where they must grind each day and hustle their way to the top in more ways than one. Some youngsters have really cracked this and have understood well how they need to dive deep into their industries to keep emerging as true-blue talented professionals.
Recently, we noticed how a few professionals across industries of the world made sure to work their fingers to the bone and work on innovating things in their industry to propel forward through various incredible ways. Indian hairstylist, entrepreneur and mentor from Delhi, Varun Attri, owner of “VA Products” and his salon “Varun Attri unisex Salon, also decided to improve his hairstyling and grooming skills.
He is already a certified hairstylist in the vast salon industry who has internationally been trained over the years, but is still grounded and humble to take up more courses. Hence, he has decided to take more training abroad to stay up-to-date on new trends of the industry. He wants to keep gaining new knowledge on colour, products and other related things to make more contributions to India’s growth in the salon industry.
Asking him about the same, he said, “I had recently gone abroad to see what courses I could take in universities in hairstyling and other related stuff that can help me acquire more knowledge and gain great insights about the industry so that I can better my craft as a professional.”
There are many other professionals like him who are still learning new things in life and sharpening their skills in their respective fields to take their knowledge a notch higher and become more confident in what they do. He says that people should stay consistent in their pursuits and keep learning new things to better their craft in all that they choose to do in their careers.