We often talk about going from A to Z but rarely do we laser in and focus on what it takes to get from A to the very next step, which is B. In this episode, Jalon Webster breaks down how he took incremental step after step, which eventually led to him taking a massive leap.
Jalon Webster is the CEO of GoldenHour Grooming, llc., founded in 2018. Known for his barbering background and within the barbering industry for print work with elite clients and Hall of Famers, including Shannon Sharpe, Grammy-Winning Producer and Artist Hit-Boy, and many other entertainers, and professional athletes from the NFL, MLB and NBA, Jalon is the master of creating and sustaining relationships. His professional skills and infectious positivity have afforded him the ability to launch into new endeavors.
In this episode we covered…
- How Jalon got into cutting hair and the male grooming industry
- The importance of taking incremental steps from A to B while trying to get to Z
- Where Jalon learned faith
- The role his faith plays in his business
- The incremental steps he took to get where he is today
- Where his purpose fits in with the endeavors he takes on
- What made him write a book
If you enjoyed this episode about how an incremental step can lead to massive leaps, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about the fear of success and how it hinders purpose or this episode detailing what to expect when operating in your purpose.
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